The Greetabl Blog
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When you run a service-based business, gifting is a necessary part of your workflow and experience. From welcoming newly booked clients and thanking existing ones for a referral, to closing out a client project with a bang, finding the perfect gift can be a rabbit hole you just don’t have the time to go downRead more
Hey there, I’m Ashley! I’m guest posting to the blog because I’m the brains behind the Greetabl Instagram account and social media presence, and want to share some first-hand secrets to growing your Instagram following. First of all, wow, to say I’ve learned a lot while working on growing our Instagram would be an understatement! After countlessRead more
As every wedding professional knows, wedding planning season kicks into high gear during the Spring. Hopefully you’ve had a very productive off-season, and tons of new client inquiries are now rolling in! This time period is when you’ll be setting up for how successful your entire year will be. (Basically, it’s when life gives usRead more
Photographers, this one’s for you! Greetabl has teamed up with the experts in all things wedding photography, Sourced Co., to bring you three brand new prints that are just perfect to send as a wedding photography client gift. In a market that can sometimes feel crazily saturated, doing something thoughtful and original can help wowRead more
Cue that feeling of accomplishment and purpose – because you just booked a new client! Congrats on being awesome at what you do. First impressions are everything, and since you’ve gotten this far, you’re already off to a good start there. Your most important job now is to make sure your clients go from likingRead more
This is a special guest post from Rachel LaCour Niesen from ShootProof! ShootProof creates high quality content that helps photographers focus on what matters most. And they also know a thing or two about finding a great client gift: The most memorable gifts are often the unexpected ones. Growing up, my grandmother was the queenRead more