Best client you ever had

3 years 4 months ago #501280 by deedof
Remember when I started in photography. It was hard. No Social Media, no websites, no internet. 

Nevertheless, I managed to always get new clients.

Referrals are the best method to win clients...

But there's always one client that changes how you deal with the business...

Mine was a sax player from Tenessee. He gave me the best advice ever: Find clients that love your work. 

Which one was your best client?


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3 years 4 months ago #501836 by effron
Back in the early seventies I had a friend that became a concert promoter, I got a lot of choice gigs. I sure wish we had today's technology then, it was a LOT of work at the time....

Why so serious?
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2 years 6 days ago #567711 by bijutoha
"Referrals are the best method to win clients..."

This is hard to get to, So we can think the way, which is the best. Such as reviews. Here the article covered the whole thing. www.clippingpathindia.com/blog/2017/08/2...ipping-path-service/

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2 years 6 days ago #567718 by garyrhook

bijutoha wrote: Here the article covered the whole thing. www.clippingpathindia.com/blog/2017/08/2...ipping-path-service/


Perhaps you could stop trying to direct people off-site? Just sayin'....


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1 year 6 months ago #595615 by Nikon Shooter
My best clients took the time to explain what is needed,
negotiated a price, paid upon delivery… and called again.  :)

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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1 month 1 week ago #672521 by robertsmith19
My first client was very rough but the second one was really fantastic. He gave me cool ideas to promote my business. And the best thing with your words that referral is the best method to get clients. He referred me to some friends and his friend also referred to others. That's how he helped me to grow my business. I will never forget his help in my life.


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