I'm a transatlantic branding photographer who’s seen life through a lens since 2007. I shoot the freedom seekers, the trailblazers and the entrepreneurs. Working with serial, 7 figure business owners like the CEOs of BossBabe, to bestselling Hay House authors and TED speakers. And being featured in major publications like Women’s Health, Forbes and Psychologies magazine.
Whole heartedly agree with your views Bry. It took me a while to be brave enough to add pricing to my site. That said I still find clients haven’t looked/taken in the pricing. As I’m over hauling my site this year do you have any advice as to where best to place it so that potential clients take it in?
Hey beauty! So happy you feel the same 🙂 I have the pricing pretty high up on my shoot sales page. It’s not very common to do that, it’s usually best to sell it a bit first then price drop towards the end, but I really wanted to use the price as one of the qualifiers, and not attract people who were a full body yes then suddenly on the fence over the investment… I find that was what was costing me time on zoom calls where then they might not commit. Another thing I do to make sure that people aren’t getting on a call without knowing the price, is send them an email back to their initial enquiry that re-states the price for them. I’ve had a few people then change their mind at that point, so I’m grateful that it meant no extra zoom calls! Exciting about your new site—I hope that helps! x