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Portfolio Website Design Tricks | Setting up a website is no longer optional, regardless of the industry you’re in. Whether you’re a photographer, a wedding planner, or a florist, your potential clients will want to check out your work before they reach out to you. So they’ll look you up online. And what they find can be the critical difference between success and failure. Think about it: if your website doesn’t leave the right impression, your potential clients won’t pick up the phone and schedule a meeting. In other words, you might be losing business without even knowing.Read More
Photography Logo Design Principles | A logo is a graphic mark that represents a business or an individual, and it’s usually featured on pretty much every product and piece of paper that leaves the office. Logos are essentially the faces of businesses they represent, and more often than not, the first contact a potential client has with that particular business. Yet, you’d be amazed just how many photographers out there think that designing a logo comes down to pasting the name of their business next to a random shape and calling it a day.Read More
Modern Photography Portfolio Websites | It’s almost unbelievable how far we’ve come when it comes to the World Wide Web. Most of us still remember when having a website was ridiculously expensive. The hosting was super expensive, so most of small business owners opted for free platforms, while having your own domain was the ultimate proof of success. Nowadays, however, pretty much everyone with some extra cash on their hands can set up a website. In fact, that’s exactly what’s happening. As a result, there are almost a million photography websites out there!Read More
Simple Photography Website Design Ideas | What’s the first thing you do when you’re considering purchasing a product or a service? If you’re anything like most people today, you’ll turn to Google. And your potential clients are no exception. This means that, if you’re serious about your photography business, you can’t afford to neglect your online presence. So, where do you start? It’s easy – start with a website.Read More
Portfolio Website Guidelines | Setting up a website for your photography business is one of the most important things you’ll ever do. A well-designed website will do a lot more than simply showcase your work. It will reinforce your marketing strategy, boost client engagement, and help get you booked solid. However, a poorly-designed website can do more harm than you think. In fact, you might be losing business because of your website without even realizing it.Read More
Photography Portfolio Expert Tips | If you’re serious about turning your passion for photography into a profitable business, setting up a website should definitely be one of your top priorities. Your website will oftentimes be the first contact a potential client has with you and your photography business, and if it doesn’t make a great impression on your target audience, you’ll end up losing more potential clients than you think. If you don’t have a website at all, potential clients will do a quick Google search and assume you’re out of business if they don’t find anything. In other words, your portfolio website can be the critical difference between success and failure.Read More
Photography Website Design Principles | Setting up a photography website is absolutely vital if you’re serious about turning your passion for photography into a profitable business. It’s a really convenient way to showcase your work to potential clients and it can support your social media strategy. Your website can also help you grow your client base, and build a reputation of an established industry leader. It’s also a great way to showcase your creativity and unique style, but only when it’s done right! You’d be amazed just how many photography websites out there are actually doing more harm than good.Read More
Photography Website SEO Guide | Setting up a portfolio website for your photography business is a vitally important first step towards success, but it’s far from being the only one. At the end of the day, even the most appealing website won’t do you much good if no one ever visits. Sure, you can share the link with your friends and family, and even your friends, fans, and followers on social media, but the real traffic will come from search engines. Or it won’t come if you don’t optimize your website and land on the first page of search results.Read More