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Top 5 CRM Platforms for Photographers | TOGRAFY

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Kara Hubbard

If you don’t already know, CRM stands for customer relationship management. These programs help you easily manage and organize your business. Because although you may be an amazing photographer, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re an expert at running a business. Trust me, running your photography business is much less stressful when everything is in one place. Here are 5 CRM tools that will streamline your business: 

I personally use HoneyBook. It is a one-stop-shop for client management, and once you’re established, it is absolutely worth the investment. I LOVE the ability to customize and streamline my workflows. HoneyBook is easy to use, and it offers a yearly package at $400 or a monthly package at $40. Again, simplifying your process from first contact to gallery delivery is totally worth the money. Here a few features HoneyBook has to offer:

  • Invoices
  • Proposals
  • Online payments
  • Scheduling
  • Contact form and lead management 
  • Brand brochures
  • Bookkeeping
  • QuickBooks integration 
  • Automatic payment reminder
  • Client portal +l ogin

If you take advantage of all HoneyBook has to offer, you won’t be disappointed! They even have a free 7-day trial so you can see if it’s a good fit. Do you think HoneyBook is the CRM for you? Click here for 50% off!


BLOOM  

If you’re in the side hustle stage and you only have a few clients, then Bloom might be the CRM for you. It’s easy to get started with, especially if you’re a beginner. Bloom offers three different plan options AND a 14-day free trail. You can get started on Bloom for as little as $9 a month with their “starter” package. From there, once you have a steady flow of clients, you can upgrade to their “part time” package for $29 a month, and finally their “full time” package for $49 per month. Here are some of Blooms key features: 

  • A sleek and easy to use interface
  • Revolutionary forms that do the selling for you
  •  Built-in website chat messenger
  • Includes a website builder and image galleries.

Dubsado is a CRM designed specifically for photographers and videographers. It allows you to focus less on the technical business aspect and more on building relationships with your clients. Also, Dubsado is fairly priced. They offer a free trail without a credit card requirement and no time limit, but up to 3 clients. After that, you’ll pay $35 per month, or $350 per year for unlimited clients. Here are some of Dubsado’s key features: 

  • Contracts and forms
  • Automation
  • Invoicing 
  •  Scheduling
  • Accounting and reporting 

TAVE  

If customization is important to you and your business, then Tave might be at the top of your CRM list. It also allows more integration than other platforms if you already have a WordPress or Square account. Like most platforms, Tave gives you the option to pay monthly or yearly. Tave’s starting package for a singular business and user is 24.99 per month, or if you pay annually, you can save 12% and pay 21.99 per month. Tave offers the longest free trial at 30 days. Here are some of Tave’s key features: 

  • Customizable platform that can handle WordPress data and operations easily
  • Automatic lead status transfers
  • Extreme customization capabilities 
  • Double booking warning 
  • Advanced accounting and tax reporting capabilities
  • Email tracking and scheduling 

Iris works is also designed for photographers and small business creatives. It’s easy to set up, so within an hour or so you’ll be ready to streamline your business. The basic package will cost you $22.50 per month and the premium package is $29.75 per month. With the premium package, your clients will be able to book with you online. Iris Works also offers a free 14-day trail. Here are some key features for Iris Works: 

  • Online booking
  • Contracts, invoices, and quotes 
  • Automated workflows
  • Lead pages 
  • Free questionnaires 
  • Integration with square 

In the end, CRM’s are amazing tools for photographers and make life so much easier, especially if you’re running the ship solo. Try out different tools to see which one is the best fit for you and your business. What works for one photographer may not work for another.  Need more help streamlining your business process? Click the button below to request a free consultation!



 

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