Here at ShootDotEdit, we know post-wedding sales are one of the most important areas where you need to focus. From selling prints to selling albums, clients should have a physical reminder of their wedding day to cherish for years to come. Although albums are meaningful to you, how do you know your clients are interested in them? Most of the time, clients do not realize the value of an album from their wedding day. To help you clearly communicate the importance to your clients, wedding photographer Melissa Jill is sharing 4 tips for adding value to wedding albums.
How many of you wish you could sell more albums? Do you find it difficult to find clients who see the value of an album and are willing to pay the additional cost to include one in their package?
This has been a dilemma I’ve dealt with as a wedding photographer as well. What I’ve found is that if I don’t value albums and prioritize them for my clients, they typically won’t value them either. If you want to sell albums, you have to prioritize them. Here are a four tips for how to do so: