If you haven’t heard of Dubsado, and you’re a photographer, it’s time to pay attention. This client management system is loaded with so many unique features that will not only make the experience working with you a freakin’ breeze for your clients, but it’ll take SO much weight off your shoulders.
We’ve had the opportunity to work one-on-one with dozens of photographers. When discussing their website, only a small few of these photographers loved blogging. For those who didn’t, the biggest complaint was, “I have no clue what to blog about!”
If you’re not seeing the love you expected when launching your photography website, it could mean there is something key missing from your home page.
As a wedding photographer, you have to wear tons of hats. You’re constantly focusing on your client relationships and making sure no important details are missed.
What if you could establish three business relationships that would make managing your business easier?
One of the most common questions from our photographers and wedding professionals is: How can I show my portfolio on my website?
We’ve had our clients show off their portfolios in really fun and unique ways. We’re going to show you a few examples to get you a really good visual idea of what you prefer! Ready!?
Have you ever opened Instagram, excited by the possibility of seeing new followers, comments, and direct messages from potential customers or clients, only to feel let down by the complete lack of engagement? You’re not alone. Marketing your business on Instagram can sometimes feel like a full-time job. You’re putting in the hours, sharing […]
You probably already know that branding is more than just a logo. With branding being the entire experience that your clients have when working with you, it all starts with a strong core business foundation.
Because, let’s be real. If you’re a shit show behind-the-scenes of your biz, eventually that will start to surface to clients.
One of the toughest parts of owning a business is the dreaded “comparison trap”.
Do you ever have that feeling that you get that you’re just not good enough to “make it” in your business? That defeated feeling that everyone else is booked up except you?
When your prospective photography clients are looking at your website, this might be the first time they’re hiring a photographer. The simpler you can make it for them to understand, the better!
When you begin learning the terminology around running a photography business, it’s easy to get caught up in “photog talk” or photography jargon. Those words start to just naturally become a part of your regular speak!
The experience your client has when working with you is a BIG part of your brand. In fact, many of our clients have told us that their clients have made a decision to move forward with working with them (even at a higher price point than they had in mind!) simply because of an incredible first impression.