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7 Days to Your First Wall Art Sale


You're ready to start selling prints instead of files, but you have no idea where to start, right? Well, you've come to the right place!

Over just 7 short days, this challenge will take you from completely clueless to your first wall art sale! And it won't cost you a single penny.

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Here's what we'll cover:

Day One: Let's Get Set Up
Today's task lays the groundwork for everything we'll do in the following week.
Day Two: Designing Like a Boss
Today we'll dive into a crash course on wall gallery design. By the end of today's task, you'll be all-pro at designing galleries your clients will love (and buy).
Day Three: Priming the Pump
We can't just spring some wall art on our clients out of nowhere. Let's take some time to warm them up to wall art today!
Day Four: Using Teasers for Good and Not for Evil
Teasers. Do them wrong and they suck. Do them this way and they're awesome and make you money.
Day Five: Let's Make Some Money!
Here we go, time to set ourselves up for our first wall art sale! Let's do it!
Day Six: Looking Ahead
Time to focus a little further down the road! By the end of today's task your website will be set up to attract clients who want wall art (and are willing to pay for it).
Day Seven: The End!
You made it to the end... now what???
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Meet Your Instructors

As full-time, internationally-published wedding and portrait photographers, Chris and Adrienne took their struggling photography studio from $150 sales averages to a $120,000/year business in the first year they switched to In-Person Sales.

They're the creators of the first tablet-based wall art sales tool, Preveal, and are the Co-Founders of the In-Person Sales tool, Swift Galleries, as well as the payment plan app, and the IPS Course 21 Days To Your First In-Person Sale.

They live in Colorado Springs with their two kids (McScott and MrT), their Boston Terrier (Wilson), and 7 unnamed chickens.