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  • jenjen
    frustrated with new business
    by jenjen
    HI everyone! I started my own business with photo restoration back in the summer. I did some advertising but was limited because i don't have any extra money. I put a ad in the paper and handed out some fliers and posted a post card flier in some convenient stores. I haven't had one call or anything....
    12-27-2005, 09:26 AM
  • d_kendal
    CD-R business cards
    by d_kendal
    I've seen those little cd-business cards lately, and I realized that they could be really good for anybody in the photo retouching / restoration business. they can usually hold about 50 MBs, which is enough to include a fair amount of portfolio, if it's Jpeg compressed. for the cd label, you can just...
    06-15-2002, 12:42 AM
  • Doug Nelson
    Insurance work
    by Doug Nelson
    Jim Conway brought this up in another thread, and it sounded like an excellent topic to explore further.

    Who here has experience working with insurance companies for disaster recovery? There are so many questions, I hardly know where to begin.

    Who files? How? Does the work...
    01-20-2002, 04:33 AM
  • Pope37
    I Finally Took the Plunge
    by Pope37
    Hello everyone. I would like to begin by saying that I have been monitoring the forums for about a month and I am very impressed by how professional, caring and compassionate people here are, I had to join. I have finally taken the plunge and opened up my own small restoration business. I would be honored...
    01-24-2005, 08:29 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    Business practices
    by Doug Nelson
    For those of us that do manage to find restoration work, how "business-y" are you? Do you have bookkeeping software, cut invoices, etc.? Do you have brochures, price lists, cards?

    Do you promote? Advertise? Offer coupons or return client or referral incentives?...
    08-09-2001, 11:56 PM