If you use your Facebook business page for social media marketing, here are two new changes you should be aware of:
If you’re like most professional photographers, your most important marketing goal is to have a prospective client pick up the phone and call you. Phone calls lead to consultations, which lead to sales. The challenge is that you cannot answer every call. If you have a studio with 9-5 business hours, you’re only answering the phone 25% of the hours in a week. The other 75% of the time, people get sent to voice mail.
In a world full of 8×10’s, 5×7’s and wallets, sometimes you just need a print size that isn’t available in JDLab2You software.
If you post to Facebook or send out client emails regularly, you know that some receive dozens of views, clicks and likes, while some receive almost none at all. It can get very frustrating. You put in all that effort, and it seems like nobody cares. It isn’t quite so bad if you’re just making a quick Facebook post about a great image, but it makes a big difference if a post, marketing email or newsletter article is a link back to your website as part of a marketing campaign.
Beverage insulators and sleeves a great gift for a friend or a client. They are designed to fit on a tumbler, a paper or Styrofoam cup, or a pint of ice cream. Each is double-sided, so you can use the same image twice or 2 different images. The white outer surface is adhered to an inner sublimation Neoprene™ rubber beverage insulator.
JDLab has 2 sizes of beverage insulators: the large size (3.75” x 4.75”) fits Yeti 20 oz. Rambler Tumbler™ or ice cream pint containers. The smaller size (3.125″ x 4.25″) fits 10, 12, 16, 20 oz cups.
Yeti tumbler, ice cream pint and coffee cup insulated sleeves are $5.95 each, and are available in JDLab2You under Specialty Items > Photo Gifts. While you’re there, check out our insulated wine bottle totes and wine bottle sleeves too!
The Georgia Professional Photographer’s Association Annual Retreat is coming up September 30 to October 2, 2017 in Jekyll Island, GA.
High school senior photos are getting a massive upgrade thanks to some creative photographers using special effects right out of Hollywood. In a recent segment on the Today Show, NBC’s Joe Fryer meets the people behind the lenses making these incredible portfolios.
Looking for something fun and interesting to offer your clients this summer in an email, an ad or on Facebook? Show them these products and let them know they can be easily ordered with your custom photography. Find them in the JDLab2You under Specialty Items.