In an age where we’re bombarded with digital images, are you leaving a lasting impact on your clients by providing heirlooms through prints?
In episode 310 of the Bokeh Podcast, Yaneck and Sasha Wasio discuss their passion behind providing prints and albums that preserve their clients’ memories. Listen in as they share their workflow to selling physical products that their clients can cherish for a lifetime.
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The Gear Bag: Gummy Bears (8:02)
Book Recommendation: (8:30)
How to Write Copy that Sells – bit.ly/bp-copythatsells
Getting Things Done – The Art of Stress-Free Productivity –bit.ly/bp-gettingthingsdone
The Starbucks Experience – Five Principals of Turning Ordinary into Extraordinary – bit.ly/bp-starbucksexperience
Onward by Howard Schultz – bit.ly/bp-onward
Advice for Photographers: (18:10)
Understand your business financially
Care about your client experience vs what you want
Time Technique: Time blocking, automation, and outsourcing. (20:52)
The Gear Bag (Part 2): Altoids and Loupe (25:37)
The Importance of Prints (27:08)
Wedding Print Sales Workflow: (35:32)
Set the expectation that prints will be delivered before they book with you.
They include a print credit so the client can decide what to use the print credit for.
After the engagement session, they have a reveal and offer prints.
During the wedding, get to know the families, as they may want to order as well.
After the wedding, they have another reveal for ordering prints.
In-House & Outsource Printing: (44:55)
Wasio Master Print and Graphi Studio