I’ve read a few comments from photographers on Facebook wondering if blogging is “dead” now that people are thoroughly distracted by other forms of social media. So today I’m sharing why blogging is far from dead. In fact, it’s a brilliant way to market your business and repurpose content to make your client experience the best that it can be. Listen in to find out how.
Learn how to price and sell photo albums for wedding and portrait clients, along with design tips and tricks to get your clients to approve the album design quickly.
I’m technically taking the week off for the holiday here in the U.S., but I have a few quick thoughts and recommendations while I’m out enjoying Lake Michigan and sailing this week.
Photographer and photography social media marketing educator, Cyrissa Carlson gives her tips for using social media to market your photography business.
Listen to my recommended tips for marketing a photography business with simplicity. Stop trying to do everything at once. Put everything else into “survival mode,” and really dig into these specific marketing tactics.
Listen in as I talk about how to get started with paid advertising as a photographer. Why should you pay for advertising? Where should you spend your money? What works? What doesn’t?
Learn about how to back up files as a professional photographer. I’m walking through the systems that I have in place and my photo backup workflow to make sure you never have to worry about losing client photos.
Find out how Photographer, Spencer Lum, has used his unique style and brand voice to build a successful photography brand for himself, and stick around to hear him talk about his biggest “fail” moment as a photographer.
A lot of professional photographers struggle to find a balance between work and friendship—especially when friends played a crucial role in portfolio building in the first place. Today on the podcast, I’m talking about how to work with friends as a professional photographer in a way that avoids awkwardness and makes sure that you’re not giving aways hours of free services that you don’t really feel comfortable giving away. I’m also talking about when I do give away free photos and how I do it in a way that doesn’t take over the time that I’ve set aside to spend on paid projects.
Today on the podcast, I’m talking with photographer John Greengo about how he’s managed to turn career failures into opportunities as a photographer and how he found a way to diversify his photography business income beyond taking photos. And here’s the truth—this conversation with John took place more than TWO YEAR AGO, and my eight-months-pregnant self at the time had…