Our #MakeClientsHappy month is officially coming to a close. In case you missed it, be sure to check out some of the amazing advice we rounded up via the #MakeClientsHappy hashtag on Twitter or check out some of the blog posts — all aimed to help you build the client relationships that’ll lead to a long-lasting, thriving photography business. Before we officially sign off, we wanted to be sure to share some of the insightful nuggets your fellow photographers shared with us along the way. A lot of good inspiration out there in just 140 characters!
(And if you’ve got ideas to share, you can still tweet them to @PhotoShelter. We’ll add them to the list! Just don’t forget to include the tag #MakeClientsHappy). Now on to the good stuff:
@photoshelter manage expectations, educate them on the process, rates, rights…then knock their socks off w the delivered pictures
— joe mcnally (@JoeMcNallyPhoto) April 2, 2015
— Ami Vitale (@Amivee) April 2, 2015
— Brad Mangin (@bradmangin) April 2, 2015
— Todd Owyoung (@toddowyoung) April 2, 2015
@photoshelter Deliver quality images on time… Time after time. Have clarity in communication from the start to the end of a project.
— Ken Kaminesky (@KenKaminesky) April 2, 2015
— Tony Gale (@tonygale) April 2, 2015
— Corey Rich (@coreyrich) April 2, 2015
— Jon (@jonorsomething) April 22, 2015
— Nicholas Goodden (@NicholasGoodden) April 20, 2015
— J. Sutton-Hibbert (@JshPhotog) April 22, 2015
— craig ferguson (@cfimages) April 3, 2015
Plus, don’t forget to check out our brand new client proofing tool, now available in all Standard and Pro accounts. Because, here at PhotoShelter, we know that taking a good picture isn’t the only important part of your business. It’s about the way you present yourself to #MakeClientsHappy at every interaction.