Back by popular demand, here’s another edition of the best resources from around the web that will help you grow your business.
No fluff; just useful information that will help you grow. I even found some great freebies: a free boudoir posing guide and a free second shooter contract! Sweet!
I highly recommend checking them out (as well as all the other good posts in the list) and sharing the links on Facebook or Twitter if you find them useful. Enjoy!
Free Boudoir Posing Guide:
My talented friend Molly Marie has just started a business blog for boudoir photographers called Boudie Shorts. You can get her free boudoir posing guide by joining her email list. While I don’t personally shoot boudoir, I’ve seen a copy of this and I think you’ll find it incredibly useful.
6 Reasons Why Artists Fail at Business: This is a must-read from Phlearn. Making these mistakes could be fatal to your business.
Free Second Shooter Contract: I’ve had lots of requests from people asking me about how to create a contract, but I’m not a lawyer and don’t feel qualified to do so. Here’s a free second-shooter contract that you can download and use from Tofurious. Pretty cool.
How Your Social Network Status Can Be Dangerous To Your Business: We all know we’re supposed to be on social networks and use them to grow our business, but certain types of statuses can actually hurt your business. Do you know what they are? Check out this post from MCP Actions.
What Should Photographers Talk About on Facebook: Thought this would be a great post to come right after the one above. Zach Prez at Photography Web Marketing Guide talks about what you SHOULD post to Facebook and how to use it to your advantage.
How to Shoot Weddings While Pregnant: Great post from PhotoMint that I haven’t seen people talk about before. Check it out if you’re pregnant or if you’re thinking about starting a family and want to know how it may affect your business.
Stacy Reeves on A Man to Fish Podcast: This one is for all my readers with long commutes or who have lots of editing to do and want some good food for thought to listen to while commuting or editing. I know both Stacy and Todd, and this is a great discussion for people to consider and think about. Enjoy.
Have you found some great posts on the web lately about the photography business? Leave a link to them below so that others can check them out as well!