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Photography Business Brand Advice | We live in an age of branding – whether you’re tuning in to a game show, reality docuseries (I’m totally guilt of this one!), or you’re reading an article in a business magazine, you are bound to stumble upon the term “brand!” Heck, even my little cousin is careful all the photos she posts on Instagram are “on brand.” Needless to say, you too will want to pay special attention to how you brand your photography business. That is, if you’re serious about it!Read More
Effortless Photography Marketing Ideas | If the mere thought of quitting your day job and walking out triumphantly to focus solely on the art of photography sends shivers down your spine and makes you smile like a loony, starting a photography business might be a dream come true for you. After all, you love taking photos, and your friends and family say they love your work – so what’s stopping you?Read More
Photography Industry Success Tips | Starting a photography business can be a dream come true, if you’re passionate about taking stunning photos. Or it can be a living nightmare if you dive right in without any prep work. The good news is that while starting any type of business isn’t exactly a walk in the park, the outcome is mostly up to you. Yet, you’d be amazed just how many amateur photographers decide to make the switch and start their own photography business, only to close down their venture after a few months of struggling to make ends meet.Read More
Top Photography Branding Advice | Ah, branding! The generic term marketing agencies use to get you to spend your money, right? Well, not quite! While the term “branding” has become quite generic, with various definitions, depending on the source, it is actually one of the most important tools at your disposal, and you’ll definitely want to look into it if you’re serious about your photography business. Don’t believe us? Read on to find out more about the benefits of a solid brand!Read More
Effective Photography Marketing Plan | Are you a photographer stuck in marketing rut? Have you been around for quite some time now and you’re looking for ways to take your marketing game to the next level? Or perhaps you’re a beginner just starting out in the industry and you’re looking for the best way to approach marketing your services and products? Whatever might be the case, there’s one thing that can help you get the most out of your efforts – a solid marketing plan!Read More
Affordable Photography Business Guide | Life is too short to spend it doing something you don’t like, so if you’re passionate about photography, chances are, you’ve already given starting a photography business some thought. Even the thought of quitting your dull desk job and doing photography full-time makes you smile, doesn’t it? Deciding to chase your dreams can be a scary decision, but when done right, it can be worth your while! And we’ve got the right tools to help you get started right away!Read More
Simple Photography Branding Advice | Branding has become pretty much an essential part of our lives – so much so, in fact, that my niece told me the other day that instagramming a Starbucks coffee isn’t a part of her “brand!” She’s 17. And yes, she used air-quotes. And yes, I felt judged like I haven’t felt since high-school. But it got me thinking: we’re in a new era of branding, and it’s no longer just about the world-renown companies. Whether you’re watching a reality show, or attending a photography conference, you will hear someone talking about branding. But what is it? I mean, really, what is branding? Should you care?Read More
Marketing Ideas | If you want to start your own photography business, your ability to take stunning photos is pretty much vital, but that’s far from being the only thing affecting your chances of success. Many photographers hone their photography skills before they start a business, and as soon as they get some experience, they decide to jump right in and start a real business, believing they’ve got everything they need to turn their passion for the art of photography into a solid source of income. What they end up with is a bunch of shattered dreams and a severely bruised ego.Read More