Virtual to Tangible in 2 Easy Steps
What to say when your clients ask for digital files
Does this sound like you?
* You hate just handing over digital files, but your clients keep asking for them.
* You know they will never do anything on their own or if they do, they print them at Walmart with terrible quality. It breaks your heart to see your beautiful work presented in such a poor presentation.
* You know you need to sell albums, books, and prints to your clients but they keep asking for digital files! You already spend too much time on the business and don't have the time for In-Person Sales, so feel like giving out digitals is just easier.
Give the gift of priceless heirlooms to your clients + bring in at least 25% more sales with your current customer base by offering albums, books, and wall art with minimum additional time.
Recently, I booked and sold a $4900 family portrait session all via email!
The only time spent with the client was the two hour photo shoot.
It is much easier than you think!
You don't have to go full-on IPS (in-person sales) or get all new clients. Your current clients want tangible heirlooms for their family. They really do. That's why they think they want the digital files.
In this FREE course, I walk you through the ONE thing you can say to your clients when they ask about digital files and the one word that you can use to help your clients convince themselves to spend big money on a book or album from their wedding or family portrait session.
BONUS: I'll even show you how I never even get asked about digital files in the first place!
With the right game plan, you can price and sell for profit while gifting your clients with priceless wall art and books that they will show off to their family and friends.
Learn my simple strategy for snapping your clients out of the 'digital files' rabbit hole and feel like a rock star photographer at the same time.
No need to feel like a used car salesman or use any fancy sales tactics. My simple and actionable plan will get you headed in the right directions in just 20 minutes. It's easy and anyone can do it. All you need is a game plan.
"This is an excellent course — definitely worth checking out!"
- Don Wenzel, DWenzel Photography