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Creating a Wedding Photography Website That Sells: Closing the Deal

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In this video in my series on creating a wedding photography website that sells [2], I share tips on how to turn traffic to your site into bookings.

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5 Comments To "Creating a Wedding Photography Website That Sells: Closing the Deal"

#1 Comment By David Bier On February 28, 2011 @ 10:26 am

Hi Natalie, I had a question about one point you made here - when you get an initial email or call, you send an email with link to various pages on your website. It feels strange that when a person picks up the phone you would just redirect them to your website - or is that after establishing a rapport and booking a consultation?

#2 Comment By Ivan On March 7, 2011 @ 9:55 am

Hi Natalie- Thanks for the information. We've been having trouble 'closing the deal' lately i will take your advice on board for the next wedding meeting.

#3 Comment By Nick Hudson On March 9, 2011 @ 4:01 pm

Hey Natalie,

This was so helpful, and I'm happy that you posted this. I'm not a photographer, but I'm working on designing a website with and for a photographer who's also a good friend of mine. We're working on the content/copy now and I think the point you brought up about the bride being able to feel like she trusts you is REALLY important. I also agree with not putting the prices in the services section — I'd rather have someone email or call me for that.

#4 Comment By Brian On July 5, 2011 @ 8:55 am

Right, now for a redesign to include some testimonials!!

#5 Comment By dillon On February 10, 2012 @ 12:29 pm

Thanks for the tips, I have found that calling the bride once she has sent me an email really works, suppose it boils down to the trust factor