Business Inspiration from an Experienced Photo Booth Operator

Exposure is everything, says Paul Aaron, a new TapSnap franchisee who has been in the photo booth business for over three-and-a-half years, and who has just traded in his old-fashioned booth for a TapSnap franchise and has already taken his machine to a few weddings. “This business is all about promotions and exposure. TapSnap as [...]

There’s More than One Way to TapSnap – Gala Event Transforms TapSnap into Red Carpet Photographer

Guests had a chance to strut their stuff on the red carpet Oscar-style as they entered the Keller Williams Realty 10th Anniversary Celebration in Longmeadow, Mass. When they reached the end of the carpet, there was TapSnap ready and waiting to take their photos – just like at the Oscars. “The event hosts thought it [...]

TapSnap Your Way into the Bar and Bat Mitzvah Market

New TapSnap franchisee Jennifer Weintraub knows the Bar and Bat Mitzvah market. As an Emcee, she has provided entertainment and planning for over 400 of these events, in Detroit where she used to live and in Charlotte, North Carolina where she currently resides. “A Mitzvah is a coming of age milestone for Jewish teens, and [...]

Businessman trades in old-fashioned photo booths for TapSnap

One look at TapSnap and Paul Aaron knew it was time to say good-bye to his old-fashioned photo booth business, and trade in for the newer model. TapSnap is the open-air photo booth that is high-tech and instantly connected to social media. Guests at special events take their photos with a touch of their fingertip [...]

TapSnap Brings the Photo Booth into the Digital Age

If you’ve been to a wedding in the past few years, you’ve probably noticed-the photo booth is making a comeback. But the typical machines are mammoth, often 500 pounds or more, meaning it’s a big hassle to get one down to the reception hall. That’s why Scott McInnes, founder of the DVDNOW Kiosks franchise, started [...]

Digital Photo Booth Fun for Guests, Lead Generation for Organizations

I don’t believe I’m alone in thinking that Facebook became the behemoth it is because of people’s obsession with photos – and their growing passion to share them with the world. People are uncontrollably drawn to pictures of their friends and family, total strangers, and of course, themselves. Enter creepy “selfies” and another billion dollar [...]