5 Foolproof Responses to Clients That Bargain With Your Pricing

Kelly Robyn | @kellyrobyn.co

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Dear Creative CEO,

You understand better than anyone how much effort and dedication goes into running your own business.

When running your own creative business there will always be a variety of different types of potential clients and inquiries. Some inquiries might pose some frustrating questions like “I know someone that will do it for $XXX, will you do it for $XXX?”

As annoying as this can me, I have some good news for you.

First, you have your own business, and someone is interested enough in your services to inquire about working with you.

It may not sound like they’re all that interested, but if they weren’t they wouldn’t have reached out in the first place.

And the even better news is that I have been dealing with these types of questions for many years and I have developed a series of foolproof responses that I can just copy and paste to help me stick to the facts and take all the emotion and guess work out of it.

This makes it super easy to respond and just move on to the next task on my to-do list.

And guess what?!

I have even more good news! I am sharing all of these pre-written responses for you to use as well to help you take the guess work and frustration out of these types of scenarios in your business, so that you can move on to other important matters.

Download the Guide

In my downloadable Email Response Guide for photographers, I am including pre-written email responses for five of the most common client questions/issues around pricing and payments— you can find them inside!

I will be laying out exactly what to say for these questions & scenarios:

  1. How much do you cost?
  2. Why do you cost so much?
  3. Will you do it for $XXX?
  4. A deposit payment is due
  5. A payment is late

Just click to download!

Download the Guide

I hope that these pre-written responses will be useful to you and help you get past these little hiccups in business with ease and grace.

As always, thanks for being here!



P.S. If you found this info helpful and you want to learn more from me on how to scale your photo biz, join me inside my FREE masterclass, and stay until the end to learn more about my signature course, The Photo Biz Lab.

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