What to Do When You Can’t Afford to Get Sick

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Karen
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Looking for ways to sustain your business while new client bookings are slim? We've collected some of our favorite blog posts to inspire and motivate you to learn more, earn more and stay on top of your photography game.

Even if you're not booking new clients, you can still earn $$ from your photography, especially if your print lab of choice is still operating (we're staying up to date on lab closures).  If you haven't maximized your print sales to your existing clients, you're missing a big opportunity. 

Get inspired to sell more prints with these ShootProof blog posts:

How to Sell Photography Prints - Get Focused with your Free Guide
Printed Photos Matter. Here's How to Convince Your Clients
Here's How to Sell BIG Online

Now that you're ready to sell more prints, learn how to create discounts to create urgency, offer Packages to make it easy for your clients to make purchasing decisions, and set up Email Campaigns to remind clients that their galleries are waiting.

How to Offer Easy Photography Discounts in ShootProof
How to Sell Photography Packages with ShootProof's Package Builder
How to Dramatically Increase Print Sales with these 2 Easy Emails

Take this time to catch up on your blog, update your website and portfolio, and learn new photography skills.  Taking the time now will set you up for success when bookings increase in the future.

Make Your Website Better with Fantastic Photography FAQs
One Simple Step to the Ultimate Photography Review
Here's How to Make Stunning Silhouette Photographs
How to Get Past Your Fear and Gain the Freedom to Create
Here's How to Make Great Portraits with a Wide Angle Lens

Our friends at NineDots have published a comprehensive Covid-19 Survival Guide (colorful language alert 😆 ).  We're making our favorite section available for download here. For the complete 28-page guide, see NineDot's official site.

 

 

 

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