"Cheaper" does not mean "better"...
Cheaper does not mean better…
…seems like many of us figure this out the hard way, :)
For some, the idea of spending a large chunk of their marketing budget on a portrait session is ridiculous, while others see it as a no-brainer.
And, for those who see cheaper as the better option, they’ll get what they pay for and gladly leverage the images without issue.
But what happens when the cheaper option yields little to no fruit?
In a recent article for the C-Suite Network, I share a story about one of my clients who opted for a “cheaper” route and ended up paying the price for it.
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