In our series, “How To Sell Your Photography”, we’ve offered ideas on how to use local stores, craft fairs, and online options. Now, let’s focus on self-promotion at different kinds of events and how to make the most of those unplanned moments when a potential client is standing right in front of you. Your next client may be discovered at:
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You can make the most of these opportunities to promote your photography business by having a business card or other promotional item with your contact information on hand. Here are a few ideas to promote your photography business:
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Extra tip: Always keep cards with you: in your bag, in your pocket, in your car. You just never know when you will need them.
Hopefully you have found these tips helpful for selling your photography, let us know how they work for you. Or if you have any additional tips, leave them in the comments!
One of my favorite traditions this time of year is pausing long enough to sit down and handwrite our family Christmas cards. For over 10 years, all five family members have personally signed every card that is given or sent out. It’s our way of telling the recipient they matter and that we care about them. To me, it’s an added connection that goes with the photo card we’re sending them.