WIN one of two copies of the NEW Easy-as-Pie Pricing Guide for Photographers from Served Up Fresh
If you never really know how to price your photography, then you will want to enter this contest!
First, there was Easy as Pie.
Then, there was Pastry School.
Served Up Fresh has combined ‘em into a single, ridiculously-easy-to-use document that includes worksheets that make creating pricing a cake walk. There’s also an ADVANCED collection building module for those of you who have mastered the pricing basics.
Today – Served Up Fresh is celebrating a grand re-opening and giving away 3 copies of Easy as Pie, common sense pricing strategies for portrait photographers (each valued at $349).
To Enter: (up to 3 entries per person)
- Just leave a comment, here on the blog (not on Facebook), and tell us why you deserve to win this pricing guide. Make your answer serious, funny, or outrageous. But tell us why you need it more than anyone else!
- If you need it so bad, want an extra chance to win? Just go on Facebook and/or Twitter, and tell people about this contest. Then come back and let us know you did.
- Still want an additional chance? Go to the MCP Facebook Page, and click on “suggest to friends” – tell at least 10 photographer friends about us! Again, come post a comment and tell us you did.
The 3 winners will be announced on Sunday, Dec. 12th via random draw.
- While you wait for the giveaway- go to Served Up Fresh to download your free chapter from Easy as Pie!
- Also check out the free e-courses! The first is now available – Business Basics. Thinking of starting your portrait business or just getting your feet wet. You need this course!
- If you post to Facebook, make sure you download the FREE Facebook Fix Photoshop actions, for an even better presentation of your photos.
Looking for a Coupon Code, Discount Code or Promo Code to buy? You don’t even need one. They have a LAUNCH SPECIAL- $249 good through December 12th! No coupon code necessary!The Holiday Disaster – Award Winning Story by Ellie Friedman, Age 8
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