Megan DiPiero is a force of nature. After building her Florida-based photography business into a $500k/year success, Megan shifted gears to start helping other photographers achieve similar results.
Pricing & Sales Podcasts
Episodes on pet photography pricing & sales
Pricing & Sales
Pet photography pricing and sales are critical aspects of any business. Let’s break it down and make your pet photography business more profitable.
As the self-proclaimed Discount Queen, energy healer Emily Aarons was perpetually broke. Constant fights with her husband about a lack of financial contribution, combined with a new kiddo to support, led Emily to finally shift her business model—terrifying though it was.
We’re on to the fourth business pillar this week, and it’s one that makes joyful fireworks explode in the nerd-center of my brain: PRICING!
Love ’em or hate ’em, mini-sessions can give your business a BIG boost. And whichever camp you’re in, the information in this episode will help you make them an indispensable (and enjoyable!!) part of your photography biz.
In this conversation, Jessica is looking to move her session average from $1300 to $2400, which we can do with a few easy tweaks.
This week, Sally Soricelli of Nestorations Interior Design joins me to help build your confidence around creating and choosing the perfect artwork for your clients’ homes.
Photographer Michael Puck feels deeply indebted to the dog who saved his life. And his ambitious pay-it-forward plans, combined with decades of experience as a “people scientist,” have led to a dramatically different—but wildly successful—pet photography business model. What’s more, he’s inviting you, dear listener, to try it out for yourself.
This week, it’s another free therapy session podcast episode with the ever-popular Heather Lahtinen. In this episode, we talk about the fear of selling your work and how to overcome it.
This week I cover the seven most common obstacles and objections you’ll face when selling your work.
In this week’s episode I’m flying solo, taking you through the various steps of a successful sales process.
In this week’s episode, I share one of my favorite business analogies: When you only offer digital files to your photography clients, it’s like a baker selling a wedding cake but telling the harried couple to go ice it themselves.
This week’s guest, Mandi Pratt of Greyboy Pet Portraits, shares her process for creating stunning etched prints from photographic images. After listening to my conversation with Mandi, you’ll start thinking about your suite of products in a whole new way.
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Dog and horse photography skill-building tips
Photoshop and Lightroom tips and tricks
Pricing & Sales
Pricing sessions & products, and selling both
Starting up, workflow, copyright and more
How to find clients and get your calendar booked
Mindset strategies for a successful business