Have you ever noticed that some of your Headshots get more of a response than others? If not, pay more attention. You must keep track of this so you know which shots work the best.
Don't you wish that you knew how many gigs each of your Headshots has brought you in? It's so important that you do, and it's extremely easy if you just put in a tiny bit of extra effort. Write down what projects you submit to, and label each headshot and note which one you submitted to what project. Then write down which Headshots got responses.
This method of tracking won't be valid until about a month or two of time, but there is no better time to start than now.
Keep track of which Headshots perform best, and as long as you're noting what kinds of projects you are submitting to, you'll also know why certain Headshots are probably not working. Then in the future when you set up your next session, simply ask the photographer to take shots similar to the one that worked best.
This is a basic marketing strategy that can easily e applied to actors, and will greatly help you in re long rum.
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