How do you turn online followers into clients? We asked a wedding photographer

Rebecca Carpenter
(Image credit: Rebecca Carpenter)

titleHow do you turn online followers into clients? We asked a wedding photographer.

There are still plenty of strategies you can use to convert new and existing followers into clients – even if they are not showing much interest right now. We asked the advice of a pro wedding photographer to find their top tips when it comes to converting your online followers into real-life clients.

Rebecca Carpenter

Rebecca Carpenter

(Image credit: Rebecca Carpenter)

Rebecca shoots beautiful destination weddings and elopements, and describes her own style as intimate. She's regularly been listed as being in the top 50 UK Wedding Photographers and also offers education for business owners and photographers, with presets, courses and workshops. 

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