I don’t know about you, but one thing I’ve had issues with over the last couple years of my business is not with my pricing, but in presenting it. I do in-person sales and believe that to sell you have to show. It didn’t make sense to have my price list on a piece of paper from my printer. Just felt like it cheapened the whole experience.
But then, my album company Priscilla Foster, came out with a new kind of album. The Dehlia album she offers is hand made with beautiful silk material options, just like the other albums I offer. I ordered a sample of this album with the slip-in pages.
I then printed out my price list onto glossy 5×7 printer pages and slipped them into the album.
I now love handing my pricing book to my clients. Being able to present something that has the prices as well as exists as a sample of an album fits my perfect mind set. I especially love being able to swap out a page if I need to. Instead of spending money on printing magazines, this has been a life saver! I am so very happy.
Thank you, Priscilla Foster, for your incredible products and the idea for my pricing book. I could not have done it without you!
How do you do your sales? In person or via an online gallery? Share with me in the comments!