Tag Archives: photography marketing

How to Get More Ideal Clients Using Your Website

How to Get More Ideal Clients Using Your Website

Unless you own a studio, your website is your virtual storefront where people come to decide if they want to hire you as their photographer. This is one of the most important aspects of your business, yet many of us simply put something together when we create our first website and don’t put a lot…Click to Read More →

Best of the Rest: How to Get More Photography Clients

Best of the Rest: How to Get More Photography Clients

Pin It Your voice has been heard. I’ve been sifting through the answers to the super-quick survey I posted last week, and it’s been incredibly awesome and eye-opening. Thank you profusely if you took a minute to answer the 5 questions for me (and if you didn’t, it’s not too late to speak up. I…Click to Read More →

The Ultimate Pinterest Guide For Photographers

The Ultimate Pinterest Guide For Photographers

Pin It Pinterest is about to take the world by storm. There’s been a lot of buzz about Pinterest in the last few weeks, so I thought it was time to share with you everything you need to know about Pinterest as a photographer. I’ve been studying it fairly intensely for the last few months,…Click to Read More →

How To Use Contests To Market Your Photography Business

How To Use Contests To Market Your Photography Business

Contests can be an amazing way to spread the word about your business and get new clients. I’m currently running a contest on my Madison Wedding Photography site, and I thought I’d talk you through how I’m doing it and how you can run a successful contest as well. In the video below, you’ll learn:…Click to Read More →

5 Easy Tips for Engaging Your Clients on Facebook

5 Easy Tips for Engaging Your Clients on Facebook

We’ve all been there. You post something to your Facebook business page, sure that people are going to be excited about it. Then nothing. Crickets. It’s as if no one ever saw it, and if they did they ignored it. No comments, maybe a single like from a sympathetic friend. So let’s get out of…Click to Read More →