You have done your research and you know that a photo booth will help boost revenue for your business. The one part you have not yet figured out is what type of photo booth you need. The process of finding the perfect photo booth involves asking the right questions and knowing what to do with the answers. When you have reached the point where you need professional guidance to make the right choice, then that is the time to call the experts at FacePlace.
Why Do You Want A Photo Booth?
Are you looking for something to enhance coin-operated amusement machines you already have, or do you intend for this to be a focal point of your business? Chances are that a photo booth is going to be something you want to use to enhance revenue, but you need to understand how you want to enhance your revenue to get the right booth. For example, a simple stand-alone booth would work great at your trampoline park, while a full photo booth studio would be most effective in your restaurant waiting room.
What Features Are Important?
Do you want your customers to have complete privacy when taking pictures, or will an open photo booth work better? FacePlace photo booths have extremely powerful editing software your customers can use to do just about anything with their pictures, and that is a strong selling point to drive traffic to your booth. Make a list of the features you feel are important and then contact a FacePlace sales professional to get the process started.
Do You Want To Own A Photo Booth Right Away?
FacePlace has a revenue sharing program that will put a photo booth in your business at no cost to you, and still allow you to generate revenue. You can see if a photo booth would work in your business and it would not cost you a thing. Sometimes a little experience with a photo booth is all you need to see its true potential.
Where Are You Putting Your Photo Booth?
if you plan on putting your photo booth in a spot where it can be seen from the sidewalk to increase foot traffic, then you are going to want a booth that commands attention. If you are thinking of a more subtle spot where you get a lot of internal foot traffic, then a more subdued booth might work better. Determine where your booth will go and that will help you to decide what type of booth to buy.
Finding the perfect photo booth takes time, and it requires you to do a lot of homework on your own. The experts at FacePlace are ready to help you make your decision, and you can call them by phone during regular business hours. A photo booth is a significant investment for your business, so you want to be sure that you make the right decision the first time.