Book Me for Photographers is officially closing its doors. I appreciate and enjoyed the tool they created to help photographers manage their photography business.
But when you’re going up against business management systems like Dubsado, and photography studio managers like Tave and Studio Ninja, the industry competition can be tough, making it difficult to break in new business.
Here’s the official message you’ve received if you have a current account.
It was a great adventure with BookMe for Photographer’s booking system. Unfortunately, this project has not been able to sustain financially and as all of our photography business owners can relate, means it is coming to an end.
Within this Week BookMe for Photographers will cancel monthly recurring subscription payments, new account registrations or new subscription payments will not be allowed.
Within the next 30 Days, BookMe for Photographers will allow the current clients to normally use they’re current account, according to the purchased subscription plan.
Within the next 2 months, BookMeforPhotographers.com will prevent new bookings or invoices to be sent by the system.
After 3 months BookMeforPhotographers.com will remain online to access your information however we cannot guarantee your information will still remain, please be sure to download, save, store anything you require as early as possible.
Your financial statement is available in your payment gateway.
Invoices, Orders, Customers, Contract PDF’s and download instructions are available in the following link: Download History.
If you have any further questions feel free to contact us.
If you have an account, you can click here to login. When you log in, you’ll see the official letter from Tiago, which is below for your convenience. If you need assistance when you log in to download your data, visit the help center for assistance.
What management system do I use?
I jumped between Tave, Studio Ninja, ShootQ, Honey Book, Pixifi, 17Hats and a few others before I ultimately planted my flag at Dubsado. Let me explain why!
When it’s all said and done, all studio management systems fall under the umbrella of a CRM (Contact Relationship Management) including BookMe for Photographers.
Don’t forget to download your data
If you haven’t done so already, I would get my data downloaded as fast as possible before BookMe for Photographers closes it doors.
‘Til the next episode,