On today’s episode I’m chatting with Nate Grahek founder of sticky albums and you are going to love today’s topic which is all around pricing, but more specifically what to do or say when a client reaches out to ask you “how much”
Nate has some great ideas plus he has a free course for you around how to deliver your pricing in order to book the right clients and increase your sales.
That’s coming up so stick with us!
I have my very first guest on the podcast today!
Tanya Conner-Green of Whole Hearted Business Coaching helps women entrepreneurs grow their business to 6 figures and increase their income exponentially.
In this episode, we are talking about how to promote and market your branding and headshot photography in a way you may not have heard of before.
We’ll take a deep dive on this tactic and I’ll be sharing some tips on how to make it work for you.
We are going to be talking about how to run a mini session so you make money!
Depending on your strategy, you can make this work for you very well, or… it can produce extra work you don’t want… how can you avoid this?
I have 4 super simple tips that will up your mini-session game FOREVER!
Ready to hear them?
You've heard it before; Work hard. Hustle. Put in more hours. That is how to succeed in your business.
But is that really the way? Is working harder and hustling more the way to get the results you want in your business? Or is there a better, more efficient way?
In this episode, I’ll be talking about why working harder will not make you more money.
Is Facebook Dead? Can I really market my Photography business on Facebook these days? Is it worth putting the effort building a group?
I will be answering those questions and more in today’s episode.
I’ll show you how powerful building a Facebook group for your photography business can be, and I will give you plenty of ideas you can use now to grow your group.
I did become a boudoir photographer by accident. I didn't even know what boudoir photography was!
One of the most common questions I get asked is how I got started in boudoir.
This episode is a bit more personal ; I am sharing how I started on this amazing journey.
“Why I want you to stop asking the opinions of other photographers”
You guys! Stop worrying what other photographers think about your work, or your style, or your prices. Stop caring what they think!
They are not your clients.
If you are in this to make money, you need to figure out who your client is and what THEIR opinion is.
Today, I'm talking about why I don't want you to give away FREE shoots.
I know you need to build your portfolio, and I have some tips on how to do that instead of offering free sessions.
Your work and time has value, establish that from the start.
Welcome to the very first episode of the podcast-
Learn why I started this podcast and what I hope to achieve with it. Also why it will help you, especially if you are a portrait photographer,
Spoiler alert: this is super awkward for me, so these first few episodes are going to be a bit messy, but I am doing it anyway.