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If you don't really know how much you should charge your clients, it's time to get serious about a pricing strategy. Our marketing and pricing guru offers a step-by-step plan and some helpful worksheets to make the process painless.
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In this live webinar for PhotoShelter.com on Feb 19 at 4 PM ET, Ilise Benun shares best practices for talking money with clients. This talk is geared toward photographers and other creative pros who are relatively new to working with clients and their budgets directly. Continue reading →
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