- What size?
- I don’t have the wall space
- That added up fast! Too expensive!
- Is this the right decision?
- Buyer’s remorse
- I need to check with my husband
- Unable to finalize an order
This list of possible objections may seem staggering when you are considering selling your work to your clients – especially if you are opting for in-person sales (IPS). In this video, I want to share with you the most common objections that you may encounter….and how to overcome them.
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What would you do if the client is unhappy with the final products?
I would do whatever I need to do to make it right. I’ve found that if you are showing them the samples and meeting with them in person there are no surprises and they love their products. If they aren’t happy with the images, I would reshoot if needed…although 99/100 they will still love their images and we, as artists, are being much too critical of what we produced.
Thanks Nicole. Yes he loves his images, but doesn’t like how it looks on the canvas. He does love the same image as a print so I offered him 2 large prints in place of the canvas.
Stellar advice as always Nicole. She speaks the truth people! <3