New Client Inquiry response
Mother of the Bride Inquiry response
Wedding Planner Inquiry response
Request for [just] an Engagement Session response
Unavailable for Your Wedding Date response
New Contract Information Request response
Follow-up: Day After Consultation
Follow-up: Week After Consultation
Sending the Contract
Contract Reminder When Client Has Yet to Sign
Explaining Printing Rights v. Copyrights
Client Asks to Remove Complimentary Item
The Gentle No
Asking for a Second Shooting or Shadowing Opportunity

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What about with saying "no" to opportunities that you know aren't a good fit for your business? Does writing the same email over and over to let your client know their album spreads are ready for review make you want to cry?  

During my first year in business, I found I was spending a lot of time re-writing the same or similar emails, taking up time that I could have spent growing my business instead of being stuck behind a computer. So I began saving my most-used responses as email templates, which have since gone on to save me HOURS every week!

My list of email templates has grown a LOT over the last several years, and I know they can help you too!

HAVE YOU EVER STRUGGLED WITH HOW TO RESPOND TO INITIAL CLIENT INQUIRIES WITHOUT COMING OFF AS TOO “SALESY"?

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