Without question, a face-to-face meeting is more valuable than just about any marketing tool out there.
So get prepared, sign up for your reviews early, and knock ‘em dead, champ!
Next, make sure you have an excellent leave behind. After meeting 12 or 20 or 50 photographers in a matter of hours, anyone is going to struggle to put a name and face to the work.
This is an approach I have always encouraged, and I was glad to see so many people agreed.
It’s a good way to keep an ace up your sleeve if a client shows interest in a particular kind of work; or if you have the time, to show your latest projects.
I managed to wear a shirt with buttons and sleeves on it, I bet you have one too. True, you don’t want to worry about coffee breath when you’re cozied up at a very small table, but maybe think about a pre-meeting mint instead.
Don’t come to reviews with a laptop running Bridge.
This is where I find photographers most often fail to plan; they don’t know what they want out of our 15 minutes.
You may find that for some meetings your goals won’t matter, as the reviewer blazes through with commentary as you valiantly scratch down notes.
First of all, give yourself time to build a portfolio you’ll be proud to show.
Photographers will sometimes trot out their newest work, “Just shot this on Friday!
That’s totally lame and makes you look like you didn’t put forth any preparation.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating