Book and Resource Reviews
Skip to the Loo! Bypass Big-Ticket Advertising and Build Business with Better Bathrooms by Linda Wright
You can spend thousands of dollars advertising to get a couple of new customers through the front door, and then they ask to use the bathroom.
If you say "no" they're probably not going to come back. If the facility is also where you keep the mop and the silver recovery unit, you're not going to make much of an impression.
But if you take the trouble to make a relatively modest investment in the best bathroom in town - and you keep it up - your customers will come back and they'll tell their friends! … read the review
The Long Term Photo Preservation project from PMA
OK, this isn't exactly a book. In fact, it's kind of a mixture of one long technical article and several miscellaneous templates. But it's the best collection of information on this topic, one of the most crucial of the digital photography era.
Creating a Long Term Photo Preservation protocol and spreading the gospel can help retailers educate and keep customers … read the review
Digital Photography for Busy Women by Laura Oles
How many times have you heard the story that someone ran into a burning house to rescue their favorite photos? Do your customers know they’re more likely to lose digital photos in a hard drive crash than a house fire? And what about the pictures printed with their snazzy new ink jet printer? Do your customers think they’ll stand the test of time? Digital Photography for Busy Women answers these questions and more by providing a wealth of information to help consumers make the most of their digital photos and safeguard them for the future … read the review
Digital Scrapbooking by Sally Beacham and Lori J. Davis
Who’d have believed that a book with this title could be one of the best tutorials on the use of digital imaging software?… read the review
Efficient Large Group Photography by Allen Showalter
It's a bit of a stretch, calling these 8 pages a book. But that's all it takes Showalter to set out the steps for taking much better photos of those gigantic groups of people that are so tough to shoot. … read the review
Going Digital by Alex L. Goldfayn
It's cheap and it's got some useful information for your customers. It says some nice things about some photo retailers. So why do we warn you not to buy this book? … read the review
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