As an entrepreneur, you can expect to get 20 nos for every yes, there are 20 nos; it's simply a matter of forging ahead until you get the answer you desire.
Kristin Privette of Footstone Photography says offers wedding photography sales depends on a step-by-step process that allows you to discover clients' needs.
We often forget a key factor in the success of any small business: the confidence we project as owners.
The coronavirus pandemic has presented new challenges for professional photographers. Tackle this moment to chart a lucrative future/
Commercial photographer Ken Friberg filled his first portfolio by knocking on doors and making cold calls.
Business coach Carl Gould has ideas about what photographers can do in the next 90 days to boost revenue.
Portrait photographer Barbara MacFerrin creates unique works inspired by the old masters.
Why not use an iPad for your in-person sales meetings? Here are three apps to consider.
Vanessa Van Edwards' 6 tips for making a personal connection with a client
A product review of the N-Vu sales platform for photographers
Photographer Rachel Marten discusses how to respond to sales objections
Ramon Ray discusses how to attract clients, how to sell to clients, and how to wow clients
Cost can be a barrier to photography sales, but it's not insurmountable.
Fine art photographer Judith Pishnery shares advice on how to get your photos into a gallery
What products consumers want to buy from photographers
Landscape photographers Doug Bennett and Laura Bennett explain what it takes to sell fine art nature photography.
Cindy Ashton's tips for better business communications—all based on the premise that how you’re communicating is just as important as what you’re communicating.
Consumer research by Professional Photographers of America indicates no difference among the generations in their desire to purchase photographic prints
Research by Professional Photographers of America shows that 45 percent of consumers plans to purchase photography in the next 12 months.
Give thought to the little touches and small tweaks that make people want to come back and do business with you.