Learn the latest trends in photography marketing and how to improve your photography website and social media practices to attract customers.
Fall school pictures are under way and it is time to do online 2nd Sales for school families. H&H Color Lab’s online sales tool is HHImageHost and it is a great way to take the images you already have, and provide families another opportunity to purchase gifts and additional prints. Here are our recommendations for […]Read More
Pinterest Tip #1 – Get past portfolio-think. Is this you? You know about Pinterest, but you think, “My website already shows my portfolios.” Or maybe you are showcasing your portfolios on Pinterest—but haven’t had chance to take it further. If you think Pinterest is about showing what you can do for clients, you’re partly right. […]Read More
Google recently axed it’s easy-to-use Keyword Tool, for a slightly less easy-to-use “Keyword Planner”. The move makes sense for Google, as the Planner integrates much better into AdWords (where Google makes all of its money). The new Planner is a great tool, but a little tricky to use for first timers. Here’s our guide on […]Read More
Photography Website Tip #1 – Include Pictures File this tip under “well, duh”. You’re a photographer, so your website needs to show off your work in the most complimentary way possible. Share pictures of your most photogenic subjects and show off the wide variety of skills you have. Show the consumer that you’re a great […]Read More
More and more individuals are using their smartphones to listen, view, read or search for information and content. Much of what they previously did on their computers, such as checking email, paying bills, shopping etc. is now being done on their mobile phones or tablets. In order to understand how you can use these devices […]Read More
Having an online photography portfolio is great, but what if I told you a (not so) secret that can transform your website visitors into potential customers? In this article, you are going to learn just how to go about it. Having a portfolio begins with finding the perfect camera and equipment to suit your needs. Next […]Read More