Archive for March, 2011

Creating Effective Websites for Professional Photographers Part 2: Intro to SEO

Now that you’ve learned how to effectively design your photography website in the first part of our blog series, let’s move on to how to make sure people can actually find it. Through a process known as “Search Engine Optimization” (SEO), you can optimize your website to hopefully achieve high rankings within relevant results on ...Read more »

Facebook Questions a Guided Tour

Facebook is rolling out a new capability called Questions.  No this isn’t something that asks us questions, but rather the ability to add survey type questions to our fanpages and solicit input from fans and even friends of fans. There are some very interesting options here and, once again, Georgia will take you through a ...Read more »

Will Camera Phones Destroy Professional Photography?

To be sure, during any people based “photo op” moment today, be it a wedding or graduation, it is impossible to miss the invasion of the camera phones.  In the past we only had to deal with the few people who lugged their point and shoot camera to an event, now everyone has a cell ...Read more »

Creating an Effective Photography Website, Part 1: Design

Professional photography is a visual industry. The presentation of your photography is just as important as the photography itself. You have your work printed by a professional photo lab because the quality of the presentation matters – why should your website be any different? Just as canvas prints shape the first impressions of new or ...Read more »

Creating Effective Websites for Professional Photographers: An Introduction

Why do you have a website? There are many ways to answer this question, but only one that really matters: to bring new business to your company. Your website is a marketing tool, and one that is becoming increasingly important. In fact, for many photography studios, it is becoming the primary marketing channel for their ...Read more »

Social Media for Photographers: Your Quick Start Guide for Flickr

If you’re a photographer, then Flickr should rank right up there with Facebook in your social media marketing plan. However, you need to do more than simply toss a few pieces of your work up on your Flickr account and be done with it. Instead, you gotta embrace it, baby it and treat it as ...Read more »
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