Your Goal for How You Approach the First Client Inquiry Isn’t What it Should Be

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Photography Business Institute
Photography Business Institute

Ron Nichols says the goal of the first phone call should not
be to schedule a portrait session. Instead, you’ve got much bigger things to
focus on with that client. But what are they? A small business workflow and productivity expert, Ron has helped hundreds of photography business owners revamp their processes so they can make more money.

On today’s 10.10.10 SalesSummit replay, Ron shares some of what he teaches the businesses he consults with. Tune in at 12 pm CST to 10.10.10 SalesSummit replay. If you’re registered for the SalesSummit, it’s FREE. If you haven’t registered yet, it’s easy (and free, too). Check this out for a sneak peek of Ron’s presentation.



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