5 Tips to end the year on top of your game

We are all about finishing the year strong and rolling into the new year – so we wanted to share some high impact tools and tips to end the year on top of your game. We love to break it down for you so that you can take action and make a difference in growing your photography business!

 

Let’s get to it! Here are 5 ways to end the year with a bang:

More cash, no marketing: A photographer’s end of year business strategy

5 Tips for getting your butt in gear for end of the year: Organizational tips for photogs

5 Tips to turning busy season clients into slow season clients

5 Tips to giving great end-of-year client gifts

4 Cardinal rules to business planning for photographers

If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered – we love helping you make good decisions about how you spend your time – after all, we also know how great it is to spend time with family at the end of the year! So, let’s talk about how you can finish the year with a solid positive balance sheet and be ready for the new year!

 
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More cash, no marketing: A photographer’s end of year business strategy

Rachel explains how you can make money with absolutely no money spent on marketing. Seriously?! This is not a get rich quick scheme – this is about leveraging the work you have already put in to make a difference to your bottom line! Bonus: You customers will feel cared for by you and isn’t that exactly what you want? I’m all about more money and making your hard work go further!

 

5 Tips for getting your butt in gear for the end of the year: Organizational tips for photogs

We see you – We know you likely have a huge list of edits to get through. But, we also believe that you can stay organized and walk into the holidays relaxed and sane. So do yourself a favor and take a couple of minutes with a cup of coffee and read these 5 tips for getting to the end of the year organized! Seriously, if even one of these tips hits home you’ll save far more time than it’ll take to read them!

 

5 Tips to turning busy season clients into slow season clients

We totally feel you – this is the busy season for many of you; but, bear with us, because this is also the absolute best time to be turning these busy season clients into slow season clients too! This article will show you how to evaluate the time and money you are spending on cultivating your clients and take you through the process of cultivating repeat clientele. What if your slow season wasn’t slow anymore? You see we weren’t kidding about laying out some tips to end the year on top of your game!

 

5 Tips for giving great end-of-year client gifts

The life-cycle of the photographer-client relationship can be extended vastly through strategic communications and customer service. An end-of-year client gift can extend the life-cycle of the relationship and serve as a natural completion of a photography experience for your clients. In this article, we share some of the crucial decisions you will need to make – timing, type of gift, and investment – and how end-of-year client gifts might fit into your larger marketing and client retention strategy! It’s always fun to be Santa!

 

4 Cardinal rules to business planning for photographers

Let’s get busy with planning for next year. We like to keep things real and practical around here – after all, Rachel has 5 kids, multiple brands, and a busy and active life! In this article, Rachel walks you through four cardinal rules to business planning so that you are profitable, balanced and happy when the end of the year (next year!) comes around. This is great for BEFORE you start to plan!

We can’t wait to see how you rock the end of the year with our 5 tips to end the year on top of your game!

 
5 Tips to end the year on top of your game

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