Growing your Photography Business in the slow season | How to Get Referred | Part 3 of 4 (video)

When we started shooting weddings back in 2007 there was just one thing we needed more than anything else. Clients! The problem was, we had never really worked with anyone in order to get referred, and in order to get referred, we need to work with someone. Sound familiar?

This catch-22 is a problem that needs to be solved, and this video is the first step to start getting MORE referrals now when you needed them more than ever!

(To watch video 1 in this series on standing out, click HERE)

(To watch video 2 in this series on pricing, click HERE)

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“This 3rd video from @zachandjody on growing your photography business in the slow season is just what I need to get more referrals! http://tinyurl.com/o27vqln”

 

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PS.  Did you miss the first two videos? Follow the below links to view them:

Video 1: Growing your business in the slow season
Video 2: How to gross $90,000 in your photography business

  • Lee Mitchum

    Hey, Zach and Jody! Thank you so much for this video series! You guys are so helpful! I’ve just started my wedding photography business, so I’m at the point of needing clients and referrals, so thank you so much for your advice! I was wondering, if you have time, would you mind giving me an example of what you wrote in the letters to the vendors when you were just starting out? Since I don’t have much of a portfolio, I’m at a loss for what to say to vendors. Anyway, thanks!!