Liz Hansen: The Magic of Same-Day Sales

Do you know how many hours you spend with each boudoir client?

When you add up the time for a pre-session consult, hair and makeup, photoshoot, culling, editing and ordering appointment, many photographers are spending 12 hours or more per client.

What if you could spend fewer hours working, yet still generate huge sales and have clients raving about their experience at your studio? After all – time is money!

In this AIBP webinar, Liz Hansen is going to reveal the magic of her same-day sales method. She spends 4 hours or less with each client — including hair and makeup, photoshoot, wardrobe consult, cull and sales session — without compromising on creativity or sales.

Liz has photographed almost 2000 clients and generates a million dollars in revenue per year using her same-day sales method.

In this webinar, Liz will show you her exact same-day sales formula, including:
*How to shoot, cull and sell all in 4 hours or less
*How same-day sales can infuse your clients with confidence
*How showing unedited or lighted edited boudoir photos can actually increase your sales average
*How to “moneyball” your business to reduce your workload and increase your revenue

 

Links from the webinar:

Studio tour: https://milliondollar.studio/blog/studio-tour

Free mini course: https://milliondollar.studio/minicourse

Upcoming in person workshop:  https://milliondollar.studio/workshop

More information on the Million Dollar Studio visit https://milliondollar.studio

 

Liz Hansen is the owner and photographer at Chicago Boudoir Photography, a boutique studio that empowers women to feel confident in their bodies, relationships and lives. Liz opened her business in 2018 and quickly grew it to be the Chicago area’s premier boudoir studio. She also coaches photographers to reach their dreams through her online coaching program, Million Dollar Studio Program. She has been featured on National Public Radio, in the AIBP Magazine Philosophie and on numerous podcasts. Liz holds a BA in Art and an MA in Education. She lives in a 120-year-old restored farmhouse with her husband, two teenage daughters and French bulldog Quarantina.

Learn more about Liz and what she has to offer with Million Dollar Studio at : https://milliondollar.studio/

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