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How to Boost Your Photography Business: Top 5 Resources

Do you want to improve your marketing skills and boost your photography business? Here are just a few amazingly cheap resources you can benefit of to enhance your business performance. Top 5 Resources to Boost Your Business Performance We often associate marketing resources with complicated strategies and methods that can be developed and applied only…

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5 Online Photography Portfolio Mistakes to Avoid

Curious to know if you’re at fault for one of these common online photography portfolio mistakes? Read on – about loading time, the importance of contact information, the vital presence of passion, and plenty more errors that many otherwise skilled and professional photographers can succumb to. Bear them in mind, when you work on articulating…

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The #1 Thing On Your About Us Page That Prevents Your Photography Clients From Booking You

Yawn. It’s another website that looks just like everyone else’s. A few images on the home page. A gallery of “best of” to show off the three fields of photography. Music playing in the background. And an About Us page that says absolutely nothing. Do the above descriptions sound vaguely familiar? Does your About Us…

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5 Signs Your Website Has A Flawed Design and How To Fix It

Photographers love graphics. And when it comes to your website, your images should be the central theme. However, people come to your site over and over again to see what’s new. If you had the “design it and leave it” mentality when you originally put your website online, you’re missing some very crucial pieces to…

4 Steps To Turn Prospects Into Clients With Your Website

4 Steps To Turn Prospects Into Clients With Your Website

As a photographer, what is the one thing that motivates your prospects to convert to clients? Your photographs? Nope. It’s actually your words. Don’t believe me? Head out and Google random photographers’ websites. You’ll quickly find the majority of photographers online today create a site driven by their photography. Sure they say, “welcome to my…