Blogging

Facebook’s New Promotional Guidelines & What it Means for Your Photography Business

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Believe it or not, this is a Facebook change that you’re going to like. Since Facebook went public as a company, they’ve instituted a boatload of changes to make it harder to market your business on a Facebook page without paying for promotion. Yes, you still get some free exposure, but they took something that […]

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7 Warning Signs That Your Search Engine Skills Are Outdated

SEO for Photographers

This is a guest post by SEO Expert Zach Prez. Ranking in search is a huge factor that can put a local small business in the photography industry on the path to success. Search is huge to the tune of $80 billion — that’s how much economic activity Google generated for U.S. businesses in 2011. […]

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Why You Can’t Ignore Google+ Any Longer

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I’ve avoided writing about Google+ for ages because frankly, I’m annoyed that there’s another thing I have to learn and do. However, if you’re serious about getting new clients online, you can’t ignore Google+ any longer. I’ve spent the last few weeks studying Google+ so I could tell you exactly what you need to do […]

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Get the Photography Clients You Deserve from Google Search

Get Photography Clients Using Google

This week’s post is a guest post from Zach Prez. You take stunning child portraits that can change the attitude and environment of an entire household simply by displaying your work on the wall. Why doesn’t Google see your website in the same light and reward your quality photography with an outstanding rank? First, search […]

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Are You Making These 3 Common SEO Mistakes When Blogging?

3 Common SEO Mistakes for Bloggers

The number one struggle that photographers have when starting their photography business is getting the word out about their business and finding more new clients. Blogging is one of the best ways to get new clients that haven’t heard of you before. If you can show up when people search for a photographer in a […]

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The Ultimate Photography Website Guide

The Ultimate Photography Website Guide

A Photography Website is vital to all modern photography businesses as it’s often the first impression people have of our business. It’s one of the least-expensive and most effective tools we have in marketing our photography business and getting new clients. Yet unless you’ve studied about what converts visitors into paying clients, it’s likely that […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Creating a Pro Photography Website

Pro Photo Website for Beginners

One of the first things you need to do when starting your business is to set up a photography website that shows off your work and gives your prospective clients the information they need to hire you. Your website is your virtual storefront. Not only is it a great way to get more clients, but […]

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3 Time-Saving Tips to Reclaim Your Life During Busy Season

Photography is very seasonal. There are busy seasons and slow seasons. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s busy season again. It’s that time of year where we work more hours than most people could believe and spend far too many hours behind the computer when everyone else is enjoying the nice weather […]

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Top 10 Must-Read Blogs for Photographers in 2012

Top 10 Must-Read Blogs for Photographers

Pin It You can find our most recent picks for best photography blogs in 2013 by clicking here, thanks! It’s hard to believe that it’s been a full year since creating my first list of Top 10 Must-Read Blogs for Photographers, and I had no idea how popular it would be (right now it’s the […]

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What to Blog About When Your Photography Business Is Slow

What to Blog

If you want to attract new clients online, it’s absolutely essential that you blog regularly. Search engines like Google will lower your rankings in their results if your website isn’t being updated regularly. But what do you blog about when you’ve already blogged all your client work and don’t have anything to blog about. Please […]

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4 Steps to Get Out of Your Blogging Slump

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Blogging and creating new content is important for improving and maintaining your search ranking on Google and other search engines. Fresh content keeps your website interesting to potential clients but is also much loved by the Google spiders which helps you to rank better in internet searches. For these reasons, blogging has become crucial to the […]

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