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MPPA Monthly Program - Chris Keeley - How to do In Person Sales – Virtually!

  • January 28, 2021
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Online Via ZOOM
  • 81

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  • May apply up to 3 program fees to membership dues if application submitted within same fiscal year.

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The challenges of COVID will continue a little longer, and so we as photographers and business owners have to adapt. Enter: In-Person Sales, done virtually!

Fortunately, continuing to provide clients a full service experience to put products in their hands can be done well and easily online. Using the same time-tesed methods, In Person Sales via platforms like Zoom is only a minor pivot. Learn how!

This program will include a run through of how to use Zoom for screen sharing with your client, using Proselect to design artwork and build the order with your client, receiving payments, photo labs that offer exceptional products, and delivering products to your clients. No matter which programs you use, the key to success is having the right fundamentals in place to guide your client in selecting the right products to enjoy their images.

This program is relevant for all genres of photography, from weddings to families, boudoir to babies, high school seniors, and more. Whether you want to move into IPS or you've done it for years, this program will help photographers of all levels to serve clients with finished products.

Attend this program and learn to:

• Host your client Order Appointment online

• Design perfectly sized artwork that your client will love to hang in their home

• Help your business not only survive but THRIVE in these unusual times

About Chris:

Chris Keeley, CPP is a full time wedding & portrait photographer and Head of Everything at Chris Keeley Photography. His studio is located in downtown Dover, New Hampshire. Chris' specialties include weddings & engagements, families, and headshots that help people stand out. Finished printed products are the corner stone of his business. When he's not holding a camera, he's likely with his wife chasing after their two toddlers or training for his next powerlifting competition.

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