Photographers Post Session & Wedding Photo Checklist

Photographers- there is so much that needs to happen from the time you return home for a session to completing your clients experience with you. Sometimes it can be overwhelming to know where to start or work on first. Well I’m here to help! Below is an example post session and post wedding photo checklist […]

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Blogging SEO Checklist

Photographers- blogging is one of the best ways to boost your search engine optimization and get your website seen by more of your ideal clients. Use the below blogging SEO checklist to make sure your post are optimized for SEO so that your results are shown higher in google than others! Blogging SEO Checklist There […]

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Website Tune-Up Tips

Photographers- your website is like your online home. When you welcome customers in, you want them to feel comfortable, excited to be there, interested in sticking around. There are four main pages that tend to receive the most traffic, and those are your Homepage, About Me, Portfolio, and Pricing. Here are a few website tune-up […]

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The Secret to a Stress-Free Business: Workflows

Photographers: If you’ve ever had any of these thoughts, you’ve come to the right place: I’m so overwhelmed with how much work I have to do. I just don’t know where to start some days. I’m worried I won’t get my clients photos delivered in time. I’m worried about my client’s experience being negative due […]

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3 Signs It’s Time To Raise Your Prices

Photographers- one of the trickiest business issues we face on a yearly, quarterly, or even monthly basis is knowing when to raise our prices. It can be a scary thing to increase our rates. We may be thinking- what if I don’t book at these higher rates? Will I need to lower them back down? […]

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Common Inquiry Mistakes Photographers Make

While you first impression with your potential clients is usually your website, the second impression- and what I think is arguably just as important, is the response to their inquiry. Clients who inquire are usually ready to book, but what you do or don’t say in reply can sway that client to choose another photographer […]

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5 Things You Need Before Your First Wedding Inquiry

As you may know, time is of the essence when you receive an inquiry. Not replying back in a professional and polished way within 24 hours can severely impact your chances of booking that client. Rather than waiting till that first wedding inquiry hits your inbox and then scrambling to reply, here are basic things […]

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5 Tips on How To Rock Your Client Consultation

5 Tips on How To Rock Your Client Consultation First impressions are everything. What you do and say during your client consultation has a big impact on whether or not couples book you. If you are looking to set off on the right foot, these below tips are for you! 1. Communicate Your Process Communicate […]

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5 Tips On How To Be An Amazing Second Shooter

5 Tips On How To Be An Amazing Second Shooter Second shooting is an amazing way to venture into the wedding photography world. It allows you to practice your skills while also networking with local photographers and vendors. The relationship you build while second shooting can result in lasting gigs with your lead photographers, and […]

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5 Reasons Why Your Creative Business Needs Dubsado Now

Running a business can be difficult for us creatives. We are focused on creating our art and not so much on the business side of things. Sometimes the technical side can be a bit overwhelming. So here are five reasons why Dubsado, a Client Relationship Management tool, or CRM, can help save you from this […]

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