Minneapolis Photographer Offers Free Report On 42 Ways Business Portraits Will Bring More Business

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Have an updated business portrait that is liked? Many people on Linkedin or Facebook don’t even have a business portrait of themselves.

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42 Ways Your Business Portrait Will Bring You More Business

“Having a poor business portrait is no longer a wise option” says Minneapolis Photographer Bob Dale.

Minneapolis Photographer Bob Dale announces his new free report “42 Ways Business Portraits Will Bring More Business” Dale, a headshot photographer in Minneapolis has been doing business portraits for over 25 years.

Have an updated professional business portrait that is liked by friends? Many people on Linkedin or Facebook don’t even have a business portrait of themselves.

“Having a poor business portrait is no longer a wise option” says Minneapolis Photographer Bob Dale. “I know many people don’t like what they look like and therefore put off doing a portrait but in today’s business environment a business person wants to look professional” Dale comments. This new report tells how to make more money with a good business portrait Here are some examples Dale announces from the free report “42 Ways Business Portraits Will Bring More Business”:

1.    Photo on your business card makes a person more memorable.
2.    Newspaper publicity release gets seen by customers
3.    Trade journals and articles a business person may write.
4.    Put a business portrait photo on postcard mailings. Everyone reads a picture postcard.
5.    Linkedin photo.
6.    Facebook photo.
7.    A professional business person should always use their business portrait in brochures.
8.    Website should have the business photo.

Discover the additional 34 ways to use a business portrait by going to http://www.Dalestudios.com

“Like a logo, the business portrait becomes a symbol of a successful business. It helps to unify the image of your business, whether in print or on the internet, so it’s a must to make it as professional as possible: Dale reports. The "42 Ways" report says to start with the business portrait on the business card. Dale says to think of the business card as a miniature billboard that sells to everyone who sees it. .

For more information or to make an appointment at his photo studio, contact Dale Studios at (952) 400-1020 or see their business portrait studio by visiting their website.

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