When I show friends and family my Shutterfly photo books, calendars, cards and photo gifts, they ooh and ah over everything in my collection. They also think I’m a genius because I create such beautiful keepsakes. When I tell them I may be a genius (kidding!) but it doesn’t take a genius to Shutterfly, they don’t believe me. When I tell them they could make Shutterfly gifts themselves, they flat out deny it.
And when I ask them to start a card or photo book of their own, they panic. “My pictures aren’t good enough” they tell me. “I don’t have time” they whine. “Will you do it for me instead?” How can I get them to understand that Shutterfly is easy, and that creating Shutterfly keepsakes can take just minutes?
Here’s my answer. The How To Shutterfly resource center. It has everything I need to get my friends and family to try Shutterfly for themselves, like how-to tips, instructional hand-outs, articles, videos, and more. So next time they start making excuses, I’ll know where to turn.
Do you have Shutterfly admirers who refuse to try it for themselves? Check out the How To Shutterfly resource center and turn them into Shutterfly makers!
How do you get friends and family to try Shutterfly? I’d love to hear your ideas!