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Pleasing Poses She’ll Beg to Pay you for

By Molly Keyser | August 25, 2013 |

In this blog post you’ll learn: -Why repeating poses isn’t a bad thing -How to learn from your past client orders Why Repeating Poses Isn’t a Bad Thing: I think a lot of times we feel that we shouldn’t repeat poses that we have already used because it makes us feel like we are copying…

Say Goodbye to Being an Unappreciated and Underpaid Boudoir Photographer

By Molly Keyser | July 28, 2013 |

A target client, or ideal client ,is the type of customer that would be ideal for your boudoir business. This target client is who you would plan your business around so it will appeal to them like crazy. I think the reason so many boudoir photographers are confused on their target client or don’t have one…

Position Your Boudie Business for Steamy Hot Success

By Molly Keyser | July 19, 2013 |

The first step in positioning your boudoir business for hot, steamy success is to map out your goals. Goals are an end result in which you are working to achieve. They are an important marker to have set in order to keep you focused, driven, and successful. I’m sure at this very moment you have a…

Biggest Mistakes Boudoir Photogs are Making (and how to avoid them)

By Molly Keyser | June 25, 2013 |

Let’s talk about the biggest mistakes we, as photographers, are making. If you find that you are making any of these mistakes it could mean that you’re losing money, you’re losing bookings and that your business will fail to thrive. I wouldn’t just leave you with a downer though. I’m also going to tell you how…

Why you need a boudoir questionnaire and what it should cover

By Molly Keyser | June 11, 2013 |

You may want to ask yourself (if you even have one): Is your boudoir questionnaire good enough? Are you educating your client enough before their photo shoot? As we all know, it’s much easier to make decisions when you don’t have a confused mind. It’s also much easier to plan and show up your photo…

Top 5 Rules to Implement in Boudoir Photography Business

By Molly Keyser | June 4, 2013 |

THAT AWKWARD MOMENT WHEN your client takes out her cell phone during the viewing/ordering session and tries to take photos of her photos with her cell phone. You freeze up, unsure of what you’re supposed to do and what you’re supposed to say. Has this or any other “awkward moment” every happened to you? Was…

How to: Take a Booking via Email

By Molly Keyser | May 14, 2013 |

I want you to think about how many hours (or years) you have put into building your business from the ground up. I want you to remember all the hard work that went into getting ready for that expo last month, networking with other businesses last week, optimizing your website every other day, creating your…

HOW TO: Turn a Phone Inquiry into a Booking

By Molly Keyser | May 7, 2013 |

These days it seems like people are avoiding the phone like the plague.  You call someone, you leave a message. They call you back, they leave a message. It’s phone tag! I know that calling somebody seems outdated but actually it’s more important now then ever! As you know, many companies have switched to email only…

Professional packaging that's in line with your brand is a great way to build value and leave a lasting, positive impression on your clients.

Build Value with Professional Packaging

By Molly Keyser | March 1, 2013 |

Often times packaging can become an after thought. We’re so busy with pricing, learning our craft, filing for taxes (cough cough, right…), etc. that packaging gets shoved to the side. However it’s an essential part of your branding and  completes the portrait experience for your clients. If the packaging & product are the last thing…

How to Turn Your Clients into Repeat Clients

By Molly Keyser | January 25, 2013 |

The often forgotten market is… your current bookings! We forget about them because, well, they have already booked! First off, congratulations on your booking! Was it “easy” to get that booking? After building your business, honing your craft, educating yourself for YEARS and spending countless hours on your business and marketing plans, I’d say not 😉 So once you already…

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