How to Relocate Your Wedding Photography Business in 3 Steps
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How to Relocate Your Wedding Photography Business in 3 Steps

No one’s saying they’re easy steps, but we’re saying it’s definitely feasible to relocate your wedding photography business. Now, if you’re interested in wedding photography and the business aspects of this field, you already know that the issue of location is very important. It’s relevant for a wedding photographer’s digital marketing efforts (think location searches),…

4 Best Practices for Wedding and Event Photography
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4 Best Practices for Wedding and Event Photography

During the past few years, the recession and economic turndown notwithstanding, it’s become ever clearer that event photography in general, and wedding photography in particular, have turned very competitive. It’s not just the fact that money is harder to come by generally speaking – there are now more hobbyists turning pro than before, since (semi-)professional…

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Simple Things You Should Do Today When Naming Your Photography Business

Thinking of starting a photography business? One of the most difficult tasks you’ll have is coming up with a name for it. There really is a lot to consider. What is your goal for your business? Who is involved in the business? Is the name already being used in the photography industry? There are also…

4 Reasons You Should Approach Your Photography Business Like A Marathon

4 Reasons You Should Approach Your Photography Business Like A Marathon

Ready. Set. Go. You decide to take up running, head out the door and pick up speed. Within minutes, you’re exhausted, ready to faint away. You hate it, so you quit. Sound familiar? That’s the way many people approach life in general. They decide to do something, go into it full force, and quickly fade…

The Only 7 Assets Your Photography Business Should Strive For

The Only 7 Assets Your Photography Business Should Strive For

What does a healthy business look like? Lots of customers. Lots of sales. Lots of profits. There are many different ways of looking at it. But some things matter more than others. What if you were suddenly forced to shut your doors and move 2000 miles away to a place you’ve never been before? And you were only allowed to bring seven things with you. What would those seven things be? All you would really need is the essential foundations of building up your business. You need the assets that turned your business into a successful venture.