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Drone Photography is Here… Are you ready?

Drone Photography, Drone Law, Drone licenseDid you know that the FAA is, for the first time in history, allowing photographers to start using drones to take photographs and video for commercial purposes? Until recently, using drones for any business purpose, including photography and videography, was illegal. is a website which can help you get your FAA Section 333 Exemption so you can, for pay, start flying drones for aerial photography and videography right now.

The new drone regulations for commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) aka drones by the FAA is great news.  The new drone regulations move us one step closer to widespread use of drones by photographers to capture all sorts of images, events and special occasions in ways never
possible before.

Early adopters of drones by foreword thinking photographers will be a huge competitive advantage.  Customers want aerial photographs and video of their events, loved ones, homes, buildings and activates. Here is what you need to know about getting in on this new and innovative market niche:

  1. You can start flying right now with a Section 333 Exemption from the FAA.
  2. It is currently taking about seven weeks to go though the FAA Section 333 process.
  3. You need a 333 Exemption, a drone (many options under $1,000 at 1080p60 video and 8MP photos or above), and a pilot with at least a recreational or sport pilots license to fly your drone for the time being. But pilots are easy to find and not very expensive to hire. You own the exemption; work the camera while someone else flies the drone.
  4. The demand is large, but the supply of 333 Exemptions holders is small.
  5. Early adopters will see a significant ROI on their investment.

MorePhotos has arranged for our customers to receive a $1,000 discount on Section 333 Exemptions for our photographers, reducing the price from $3,500 to $2,500.  Just enter “morephotos” in the coupon box or tell that MorePhotos sent you and you will be eligible.  Or call at 866-774-2869 to learn more about drone use by photographers.

To read a information on Exemption 333, click below: PDF

What to do with those cameras and lenses you no longer use…

What to do with those cameras and lenses you no longer use… This is definitely a question most photographers have to ask themselves at least one time in their career. If your old gear has been sitting in a box, unused for some time now, is it time to consider getting rid of them? The question is: what do you do with that old digital or film camera Camera gear, photography equipment, sell photos online, photography websitegear now that you don’t use them? Here are some ideas to consider:

Know Its Value: The initial thing to do if your gear is a bit outdated is to check if it has any worth beyond what you think the value is. A quick check on eBay or other ecommerce site will let you know if the camera is truly worth anything beyond bargain basement prices. If your gear is on the newer side you should find out what the value is before you try to get rid of it so you don’t get less than they are worth.

Talk to Photography Teacher: Most every city has High Schools and Colleges that have photography courses. It is very possible the instructors might know someone who is looking for used gear to begin their lessons. Even if a student is not in need, the teacher might have a personal interest or may know someone who does.

Find an Enthusiast: Camera enthusiasts meet in local clubs all over the world to share their love of photography. Most local groups have websites and even classified listings where you can place ads for your equipment. Check in with the clubs in your area to see what they might have to offer you.

Donate It: You can get a good feeling for donating your unused camera gear to a worthy cause. There are many great non-profit organizations that can use your gear in their organizations or sell the equipment and use the funds within. Besides doing a good deed, you can also receive a tax deductible receipt for your donation.

Sell It: The easiest and fastest answer is to sell your unused gear. Craigslist, eBay or a local pawn shop are good options. Also, there are many websites that buy used camera equipment and a quick internet search can give you a place to start.

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One of MorePhotos longtime customers buys and sells both digital and film camera equipment. They pay top dollar for digital photographic equipment: Nikon, Canon, Sony, Leica. They also pay top dollar for film photographic equipment: Voightlander, Contact, Nikon, Canon, Hasselblad, Mamiya, Linhof, Dierdorf. They buy single items, collections, studios and estates. They are said to pay more than a fair price and are honest and reliable. Please call Kenneth Appelbaum Photography Inc. at 561-901-1732 or email

What is E-Commerce and How Can It Help Photographers?

What is E-Commerce and How Can It Help Photographers? E-Commerce is selling goods, services, or electronic files on the internet. These items are presented for sale through a website, and eager buyers search through the items, and place items that they wish to buy into a virtual shopping cart. Once they’re ready, they can check out, or pay, and then wait for the goods to be delivered. Delivery times may vary from instant, for electronic files such as photographs, to waiting for goods to be delivered by the post office, such as framed photographic art.

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Being a photographer can be a rewarding and lucrative career and E-Commerce is a great vehicle to present your photographs to viewers. A website with an online shopping cart is also a great marketing tool, when used properly it can help drive traffic to your website. Whether you photograph weddings, portraits or events, an online shopping cart can be a valuable resource for your clients.

E-Commerce is the perfect method for a photographer to market their website and increase their earning potential. Your clients will be able to view their photos online and order the products that you offer. Even if you do in person sales, you can post the images online after the sale for your client in a password protected gallery that they can share with all their family and friends. This is like handing your client 20 brochures to hand out for you. This client is sharing your photographs with those who know and trust her. The marketing that is garnered from this practice is priceless…

If you haven’t dabbled in e-commerce yet, there is no better time to get started, and it really is easier than you think. At MorePhotos we have developed responsive website templates that are simple to build and if you need help along the way, our top notch live customer support personnel are always happy to help. Whether you need a website, an online shopping cart, or both, we have what you are looking for.

To register with MorePhotos, simply give us a call at 231.932.0855. There are no contracts to sign or setup fees, and you can cancel at any time. You simply pay month to month, and there is even a sixty day money back guarantee.

And to sweeten the pie, MorePhotos has recently joined forces with one of the Countries top merchant providers. We are able to offer all MorePhotos customer’s a full merchant account and waive the $30 monthly service/statement fee. All you pay are the per charge percentages! Contact us to get all of the details.

Today is the day to give e-commerce and MorePhotos a try, you won’t be disappointed… What are you waiting for? You can learn more about MorePhotos and their services at

Unlimited Image Hosting: You might want to think again

Unlimited Image Hosting?

If you are a photographer and you are looking for a website shopping cart… And you are thinking about going with a plan that has unlimited image hosting! You might want to think again!

what is e-commerce, sell photos online, unlimited image hosting This is the wrong decision 99% of the time! It actually encourages you to kill your sales! It is like shooting yourself in the foot. (Think about this part: If someone can simply use their SmartPhone to view the images from the website forever, what motivation do they have to buy anything?)

I would like to share with you some testing that Morephotos did and why unlimited image hosting ended up being a bad business move!

For our first test we worked with a photographer that shoots about 25,000 images a month. Originally, he was leaving the images posted for 60 days… so for the next six months we changed that up by posting every other event for only 30 days. Everything was the same, except for the additional 30 days of viewing on ½ of the events. The results surprised us both. He was averaging $4,000 in sales with the 60 day postings, and for the 30 day posting he was averaging $5,000 in sales. This was a 20% increase. He was on our Classic plan at $49.00 with tiered image count pricing, instead of a charge for a percentage of his sales. So his bill to us was $175.00 a month for 25,000 images. The bottom line is, he saved $175.00 in hosting fees and, the bigger number here, he made $1,000 more a month. The net loss to him for leaving them up for the extra month was $1,175.00 per month, now that is some real money!

Before (posting all images for 60 days)

Our bill: $300.00 a month – his sales: $4,000 a month – Percentage Cost: 7.5% of sales

After (posting all images for only 30 days)

Our bill: $175.00 a month – his sales: $5,000 a month – Percentage Cost: 3.5% of sales

The example above is using a large number of images – Let’s look at numbers using a smaller amount of images.


With MorePhotos current plans:

Pro Plan $24 a month + 10% of sales – unlimited images Classic Plan $49 a month + tiered image charges – 2,500 peak images
Monthly sales $300 – your total cost $54 Monthly sales $300 – your total cost $49
Monthly sales $500 – your total cost $74 Monthly sales $500 – your total cost $49
Monthly sales $1,200 – your total cost $144 Monthly sales $1,200 – your total cost $49

Bottom line, the shorter time you leave the photos up the more sales you will have. At this point I recommend leaving the events online for two weeks or less. Our classic plan is based on 2,500 peak images per month. Example: If you had 2,500 images posted and took them down in the middle of the month and then posted 2,500 new ones your peak would still be 2,500. And I hear this excuse all the time, I’m not busy three months a year and do not want to pay the extra $25.00 dollars those months. Some of you pay more in your busiest month, with your percentage, than you would pay us all year for our classic plan. Do the math!

The next test we did with the same photographer was discount pricing. Remember, we are posting for only 30 days now, with an average of $5,000 per month. I talked him into raising his price 20% and giving a 20% discount if they ordered in the first week. We tried this for three months and I told him I would pay the difference if it was under the $5,000 per month. I crossed my fingers and toes on this one. After three months the average was now $6,400 dollars per month.

This test resulted in another benefit as well – Less people forgot to place their order before the events expired. This meant less calls to re-post them.

This gave us another learning idea….. Archiving events. This idea built on the shortened availability of the online viewing by adding the capability of getting paid up front to “reactivate” the event. Now after the allotted time, the system automatically puts the event in the archive status. When the customer comes to the expired event and they try to enter, they receive a message. This message says something like this “This event was on line for two weeks and is now archived, to retrieve your event there is a $10.00 fee. If you continue and pay the $10.00 fee, you will receive a credit for $10.00 to use towards your order”. In effect, you are saying “I’m not going to charge you extra, but you do have to buy something”.

Another test we ran used and idea from one of our photographer’s that I thought it would never work. I have to admit, I’m a little embarrassed at how wrong I was. The photographer called me and wanted the archive feature activated at the beginning of the event post. In other words he wanted to charge them to even look at the photos. Like I said, I thought it would never work. He used his cap and gowns event for this test. This meant that if your daughter was graduating from the university you would go to his site and have to pay $10.00 (up front) just to look at the images. Then he gives you a $20 certificate towards your purchase. Before this test, he averaged around $800.00 in sales for this event. After implementing his idea, the average went to $2,500.00 for the same job. He tripled his money with the same university. This is amazing, and could be a new idea to implement in your studio(s). Any job that is relying on sales after the shoot, or a job that you have decided to stop doing due to lack of sales, you might want to consider retrying, using the pay to enter scenario above.

So many little things can make a difference and that is why does this testing. Anyone can send you down the road with a website and shopping cart, but we’ve gone the extra mile and teach you how to use them in an effective way!

Another point I disagree on is photographers’ using their unlimited image posting as a secondary image back up system. The main reason this is not a sound business choice is if a website or shopping cart company has all of your images stored online, you are to a point, held hostage by them. If you want to stop using their service you have to scramble to figure out where to put all of those images, which can be extremely time consuming if you store a lot of images. One really sound choice to keep in mind is this: There are several reliable companies you can use for the online backup of your computer and images, Dropbox is one in particular that we recommend. For only $15 per month you can have worry free storage, that you can access whenever, from wherever… and the best part is, it gives you the freedom to switch up your online services if you desire. Have you ever had a hard drive fail… Peace of mind for $15 a month is pretty cheap when you consider you can backup all of your computer files and images! Check them out at

Remember this – It does not matter what it costs you, it only matters how much it makes you!

Photographers, Let’s Talk about being Welcoming!

Let’s Talk about being Welcoming! Do you ever think about the message you leave behind … We all like to be recognized for what we do! It makes us feel important & needed. So why not keep this in mind throughout your day, because you’ll usually find several opportunities to make this happen.

First, might be the way you answer your phone, and I mean actually answering your phone. If I try to call 10 photographers, I might have one answer. Don’t try to screen your calls, you never know who it is or what services they need. I owned a catering company years ago and I told a bride that I would get in touch with her photographer to get some questions answered. He picked up the phone and gave me a riot act about soliciting and hung up on me. It took two other calls to him to explain why I was calling. (Bad business 101)

So when you answer the phone, have a smile on your face and if it turns out to be a solicitor, be nice and let them know you’re not interested, but thanks for calling. Note: Since you are in the photography business, if the solicitor is selling something relating to photography, take a couple of minutes to see what they are offering… you might learn something even if you do not buy anything. This rings big at trade shows too. Do not get mad at your caller, you never know if this person could be a customer down the road. When you answer with a smile on your face your day will go smoother and good things just might happen. I had a good friend who would answer (Hello this is Larry from Wojcik Music, how may I make your day better) a little corny, though it always made me smile.

One of the biggest mistakes I see photographers make is not thanking the customer after the sale. If they do thank them, they do not add an action. Such as additional opportunities for future business with the thank you.

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For example:

“Thank you Mr. Connors! We appreciate your order and we hope you love your new photo. It was a lot of fun at Johnny and Linda’s wedding, they sure are a wonderful couple. If you have any questions or you would like to see other products, such as Christmas cards, framing etc., that we can design with your photos, give us a call!

Also, I want to let you know we are a full Portrait, Senior, and Family Photography Studio. Here is a coupon towards a family portrait session, our regular cost is $495.00 and this coupon will make it only $100.00. It’s a way to show you more of our work and earn your future photography needs. Because at Happy Photo we love to make memories!”

“Thank you from all of us at Happy Photo” (Maybe have the staff all sign the card.)

It is very important to send the thank you with the product, not after and not in an email! (beware of drop shipping from lab) If you must drop ship, try to get your lab to add your thank you.

There are many other areas you can tighten up the way you treat people. Keep your eyes open as you go about your day. One year when I had my catering business I told myself, “I’m sticking to my prices this year!” Not more than a week later I received a call from a bride to ask about our services. She said she heard great things about us. She knew what she wanted, and told me she had already called another catering company. They gave her a price of $8.50 per person. I had to bite my lip not to price match. So I told her, “I’m not your caterer” and she said, “Why”? I told her our price would be $12.50 per person, though I would do $12.00. Then, I waited for an answer and after a moment she said, great, where do I send the deposit. I kept true to my decision, and with a smile on my face the whole time, it paid off!

Bottom line, always answer your phone, (80% of people go with the first person they have talked to) keep the tune throughout your conversation. Many people may start out with “How much do you charge”. You might say something like, “Because there are so many variables, let’s get together and discuss your needs and see if I’m even a good fit. Knowing the variables will determine the prices.”

If you do not want to be the cheapest company in town, do not be cheap yourself. Customers notice these things… if you do not want to pay for something of value why would they? I say that because some photographers will try to get the cheapest deal on everything. We all do this to a point, though it seems photographers take it way over board. Spend money on your Brand – Logo – Website – even the way you dress – create beautiful example albums – these are things that will make you and your business shine!

Having a Website: What is Myth and what is Fact?

Having a Website: What is Myth and what is Fact?

You can’t really be serious about photography without a proper web presence. Well you can, but then you probably want to be left alone with your camera and your photos and you have no desire of sharing your work or talent with anyone. That’s probably not you so let’s move on.

Perhaps the ultimate tool when it comes to having the right kind of web presence is your personal photography website. It should be your online home, no matter if you’re an enthusiast or a hard working pro. Now there are several myths about having a website and I wanted to confront them with real life. And that’s what I did. Here is what’s real and what’s not.

Responsive Design, Template Websites, Myth: You can’t go into business without a website.

Fact: It depends what kind of photography business you want to run, but for 90% of cases…you guessed it, you need a website. Most people rarely have the time to meet up and have a look at your wonderfully printed photos. They would much rather sit on their couches with their iPads and do their viewing which means it’s pretty important to be present online. Even if most of your work comes from other types of advertising and promoting, like word of mouth and recommendations, you still need to have a place where people can view your work online.

Myth: Having a website will bring you more clients.

Fact: In real life, a website might bring you work. If you’re starting to get confused, hear me out. You probably know by now that you need a solid portfolio to get noticed by potential clients and professionals from creative fields and the art world. You also know that if you’re going to have a website, you might as well get a good one. The ugly truth is that it’s only part of the story. The most amazing photos and the most eye-catching webpage won’t even get you a phone call if people don’t know about it. Simply having it will change very little in your professional activity. On the other hand, if you spread the news about your webpage, make it as public as possible and use every opportunity to attract visits, then you might start noticing some changes.

Myth:  It’s the photos that matter the most, not the design.

Fact: Back in the early 2000s, this would have been true. Part of it actually still is, but let’s take it from the top. A strong portfolio is a must, no matter what kind of photography you’re into. However showing that work in an ugly, prehistoric, tasteless platform will turn it into something almost worthless. A photographer shouldn’t just be someone who takes nice pictures. He should be a professional of all things visual and that means balance between quality of work and quality of webpage. It needs to be tailored to the photos. On the other hand, if you have an impeccable theme on your website, one that is a real eye candy, but your photos look like they’re were taken by a 9 year old using a point and shoot…well, that’s a different kind of drama.

Myth: Once I have a website, people will find me easier

Fact: No, they won’t. Sure, if they Google your name it might be the first link to pop-up, right on top of your Facebook page, but you want more than that. Running a website involves some writing and SEO (Search Engine Optimization). For example, if your name is Bob Smith and you’re a wedding photographer in Philadelphia, the link to your page should pop-up as soon as someone Googles “Philadelphia wedding photographer”. Invest some time in learning these techniques because they could be the difference between an average business and a good one.

Myth: I can substitute a website with other accounts like Flickr and 500px.

Fact: 500px is an amazing place to find incredible photographers and show your premium work. Flickr has also gotten better and better lately, and it is no longer a modern form of torture when used. But neither these, nor other photography communities that offer the possibility of creating your profile page and gallery are good enough for replacing your own .com. If you’re looking for serious clients, with serious money, you need to consider that they’re looking for a serious photographer with a professional web presence.

Googles new search algorithms launched April 21st

GGogole, Responsive Design,Smart phones, mobile friendly website, Google responsive website templateoggle is stepping up for better searches with new search algorithms to support you when you are using your smart phone. Google is trying to give us what we all want when searching for something… better site viewing on smart phones. The new algorithms were launched on April 21st.

When viewing sites with older web design on your phone, they just are not easy to view. You get scrollbars, the text is too small, you just see small areas on the site, which makes you miss things. Overall it is not a great experience. And if your site is flash based, it can’t be viewed on apple smart devices unless you have created a second html version of the site.

One of the newer ways to make sure your site is easy and friendly to all devices is the buzz word “Responsive Design”. This makes your site fit any monitor or smart device. One of the things that the new Google algorithm does is check to see if your site looks good on a cell phone. The great thing that responsive design does is stack the information when you are viewing sites on your cell phone so you just scroll down and it all fits. The question is, will your site still be found on Google if it is not mobile friendly… sure it will. Though it will be penalized and you will lose some standing, in other words they will show the mobile friendly sites first.

MorePhotos new Snap system is built in html 5 “Responsive Design”. And since the new search algorithm from Google began April 21st… there has never been a better time to join MorePhotos and get your mobile friendly site up and running.

You can use this tool to check to see if your site is mobile friendly –

MorePhotos back from trade show season

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MorePhotos is back from the recent trade show season and we wanted to give an update on how it went! Even though there are shows held all year long, the ones we will touch on today are the major shows held at the beginning of the year

The first major show of the year was PPA Imaging held in Nashville February 1st-3rd. Nashville was a great place to hold the show, and the main reason I’m saying this is because the attendance was great! It turned out to be one of the best shows we have had for at least three years.

With the great turnout and amazing energy in the air, the photographers were eager to learn and seemed very excited about the coming year. The Photography business needed this show and many more like it to keep this industry alive! The negative I felt was the PPA staff seemed not helpful and unavailable. I hope they will clean up the staff situation and keep the momentum going into next year, when Imaging will be held in Atlanta January 10th-12th 2016. If you could only do one show this would be at the top of the list, with WPPI a very close second.

With all said, if you do not belong to your local PPA, DO IT NOW! No reason not to and hundreds of reasons to join!

WPPI was the second big show of the year in Las Vegas March 2nd- 4th. This was one of the best organized shows we have been to in a long time, plus they made everyone feel welcome! (Watch out PPA) The turnout was a little less than last year, though over all it was also a great show. Having a trade show in Las Vegas is always a good time, with lots of things to do and see, plus you can write it off! There were a lot of good speakers just like PPA, though WPPI puts the fun factor in. Why not take advantage of this, learn the latest techniques and get away for a few days! With the upbeat and welcoming atmosphere at this show it will only get bigger and better. We are most definitely looking forward to WPPI next year.

MorePhotos attended close to 20 regional shows from coast to coast since the first of the year. And I have to give a shout out to the Ohio PPA chapter, they are one of the most organized state groups in the country and they are growing! I will never understand why every photographer does not join their state group – This is a very BAD trend, and if it does not start to move the other way – there will be no Pro in Professional Photography. Yes these organizations can do better and be more appealing to photographers, so I challenge you to join yours and help make the changes. And because this is so important, I want to say once again, if photographers do not support their profession it will become obsolete! Look into your local PPA chapter soon and give them a try.

Why you should join Photography Organizations

Photography Organizations: Why should you join them… In my last article about the trade shows, I mentioned that I’m a big believer in joining your state photography organizations. So I thought I would explain my reasoning behind my statement.

First off, you are expected to adhere to a Code of ethics. This helps you be a better business person and keeps you up to date with changes in everything from tax code to insurance changes. These are things that if you do not keep up with it now, it could bite you later.

It makes you more social with your peers, which you can learn from, network with and share your everyday work with, from problems to successes. This is so important in so many ways and will make you a better business person and networker.

The cost of joining these organizations is so inexpensive it is almost a non-factor. One of the last state shows I attended the cost to join the organization was under $200.00. The value of what you receive automatically would cost you more than $200.00 and that is before you even walk away from the sign-up table.

It gives you and your client a peace of mind. You will have great photographers that, if something happens, can cover you on events that you cannot make for some reason. And your client will know you have great back up for their event. You can even use it to your advantage when trying to book the clients business. If you do not know these other photographers very well you might pick the wrong one to cover for you. And not to mention you want someone that is the best in that area of photography.

Hey it is a write off on your taxes so it makes it more fun. When going to national conventions to say PPA, PMA or WPPI, these shows are in the winter, and taking a trip Las Vegas to get some sunshine, have some fun and be able to bring your spouse and even staying a couple of days extra… did I mention you can write all this off on your taxes! This is a no brainer right?

And being able to walk a trade show floor to find out all about the new technology and services out there, is second to none for staying on top for your industry. So many times when I’m at my booth talking to photographers I hear that they say to me, “I did not know that existed and that would make me save so much time and money.” You never know what you will learn at trade shows, but you will learn and you will be better at what you do.

Bottom line I only see positive reasons why to join these groups, and with what they offer right off the bat you come out way ahead of the game – go join one today! MorePhotos is headed to the PPA Imaging USA Expo that begins on Sunday, February 1st, stop by and say hi!

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Let’s Talk Photography Trade Shows

Hello everyone, Michael Connors here, CEO of MorePhotos. It is time for Photography Trade Shows to kick off a new season and that means time to get together with your peers, learn new ideas/technology and meet new people! This is the time to get energized, so let’s talk about how all of this can help you in so many ways.

First, I am a big believer in joining state photography organizations; to me it is a must for so many reasons.

There is so much information and opportunity at national and local trade shows. Starting with technology, you read about it, you may think it is cool, and that is the end of that. Then you go to a photography trade show and a speaker or peer starts to talk about how they are using this technology and in your mind you think, I saw that but had no idea I could use it that way. You also get to talk face to face with the designer who created the technology and he suggests other ways to use it. This is what makes you better at what you do and is opening your mind to endless possibilities.

Connecting with your peers can open more doors to business ideas. For example, when you are dealing with hard customers and have a colleague to call that is in the same boat as you can work wonders. Hopefully, this support group of new peers across the country can keep you motivated by sharing thoughts, new ideas, and victories.  Bottom line – be open, start conversations, ask questions and be personable. These connections are priceless.

The speakers can open a lot of possibilities to new ideas and get you motivated. Pick wisely and try to go to a few marketing seminars. Remember this is your time to shine and soak it all in, so do not overlook the opportunity, and always take lots of notes.

As vendors we support the national and/or especially local trade shows. Vendors should be treated as a wealth of knowledge, giving future growth to your company.  Vendors invest a lot of time and money to attend a photography trade show; the average for big shows is around $15,000, for the smallest space. Vendors have so much to offer so keep your mind open, and more important, trust their knowledge of the industry. When I am at these shows I try to listen to everyone, even if the product they are selling is something I think I do not need or want. By opening my mind and listening to what they say, I always benefit, even if I do not buy their product.

One important piece of advice I always give is, never ask the cost of something until you find out how much it will earn for you. If you want to cut to the chase ask the vendor, “What is the profit margin?” Then and only then will you know if it will work for you. I have been working and attending trade shows for 30 years and if the first question you ask is, “How much does it cost?” the first thing that goes through my mind is, you will never be financially successful because you are looking at price instead of opportunity. If it costs $10,000 but it makes you $30,000 it might be worth figuring out how to come up with the $10,000.

So do not be shy. Remember the wealth of information that is on the trade show floor, and don’t pass it by. This coupled with the speakers; makes photography trade shows a win-win situation.

Happy New Trade Show Season!


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