* originally posted on the old ewcouture.com blog, on August 11, 2016
Where do you suggest clients get their photos printed?
If you are a photographer who delivers digital files and printing rights as part of your packages, Mpix is most likely the place you're pointing your clients to for printing.
It seems that when the subject comes up in photography forum discussions, or even during small talk over coffee, Mpix is always the first suggestion for a quality consumer photo lab. They are committed to deliver and stand behind their premium, professional lab quality products. What photographer doesn't want the art they labored over and put their heart into to look its best, as envisioned and intended?
If you are a photographer who sells digital image files and loves Mpix for order fulfillment, the Miller’s + Mpix Loyalty Program is for you! Created by Miller's, the sister lab of Mpix, the program allows you to earn additional income on every one of your client orders that you refer to Mpix. Earn 10% commission on every order that you refer to Mpix. There are no minimum orders.
If for any reason you don't offer printed products and only provide your client with a CD, DVD or USB, this is the best of both worlds. Your customers can order premium quality prints, books, cards, and other high quality keepsakes that feature your photos, and you earn commission on every order placed from your shared album.
With the holidays coming, you can send out and pass on to clients any specials run by the lab and could generate sales from weddings or family sessions even from past years.
Photographs and good memories are like fine wine - they only get better and more valuable with age!
Check out the details of the Mpix and Miller's Loyalty Program here.
A reader had a question that I answered at length on the old ewcouture blog, where I originally posted this post. I thought it could be valuable to add the Q/A here as well.
Q: "I would love some advice on how to point the clients to use Mpix and take advantage of the loyalty program. Any thoughts or advice?" ~Tracy
A: Hi Tracy,
You've probably seen the blog posts and the info on the website, introducing the program. Here are the links, for reference: the blog post feature - http://blog.millerslab.com/featured/millers-mpix-loyalty-program, and the loyalty page on the website - http://www.millerslab.com/Loyalty
There should be a series of e-mails after you sign up that will walk you through how to complete the set-up. If you still have questions, feel free to send them to customer service and they should be able to answer any of them - email@example.com.