This is a great Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to manage our leads and booking process. Most features work out of the box with little setup. This is the preferred tool for most solo photographers.
Another CRM tool for managing your clients. If you’re looking for great automations and advanced features, go with Dubsado. There is a learning curve with setup and you’re best served by hiring an expert to set it up for you. But it provides a more custom solution that is needed when you start to grow into a team.
Using Showit for our website was undoubtedly one of the most pivotal choices we've made for our business. The user-friendly nature of the platform has simplified web updates to a point where even those less familiar with technology can manage them effortlessly.
Our go to project management tool. More robust and easier to use that Asana, Trello, and all the other tools out there. Intuitive, powerful, and organized. Lots of great templates and a only few dollars per month.
There are a million course creator and shopping cart options that it’s all really overwhelming. Thrivecart is a one-time fee for shopping cart and course creation and not a recurring fee. It’s regularly updated and optimized for ease and conversions. Super easy to use and the payback is less than 6 months so it’s a no-brainer.
Aftershoot has been a game-changer for my photography business, adding an unprecedented level of efficiency and quality to my workflow. With its AI culling and editing capabilities, the process of sorting through thousands of images has become a breeze. They not only streamlines my post-production workflow but also ensures that I consistently deliver top-notch results to my clients.
Pic-Time is an indispensable tool for our photography business. Its comprehensive suite of features, including galleries, a store, marketing automation, slideshows, and blogs. Pic-Time has revolutionized the way we operate and truly elevated my business, making it an essential ally in my journey to success
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