You've just had one of your most memorable weddings this season and built a great rapport with the bride and groom. So how can you share this experience on behalf of your business so that potential clients can see?

Getting Reviews

In this video Catalina shares some of her best practices when it comes to obtaining reviews (PS. It's not always by offering a free gift card). 

Where does PBSCO come in?

Clients were so impressed by the quality and presentation of the photobooth from PBSCO that it was actually mentioned in their review! Professionalism goes a long way as well and can be a huge factor in repeat business. 

What about bad reviews?

We've all seen those bad reviews on Yelp, Google, or Facebook that sometimes make us giggle but is something that you have to treat with the utmost respect. The most important thing to do is to acknowledge their complaint by responding to their concern and provide contact information so that you may work towards a resolution together. 

It's possible to try every tactic imaginable but when all else fails just know that superb customer service will always win.


Want to learn more tips and tricks on how to have a successful photo booth business?

Check out our other blog posts and our 26-Episode Video Series where you can hear from real PBSCO Photobooth owners on how they've led their businesses to success!

See how much you can make

Salsa Photo Booth

events per month

Increase the number if you have a large social network or live in a highly populated city.

per event

Average rentals go for $600–$1500 depending on your area.

cost per event

  • Paper and Ink per event
  • Gas
  • Photobooth Software

1st year total profits

3rd year cumulative profits

DISCLAIMER: This document is not a guarantee of revenue or profit. This document is to be used as an estimation tool only. Photobooth Supply Co DOES NOT guarantee any profit or revenue and shall not be held liable for revenue or profit not met.

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