What’s the point of having a website for your photography business if nobody sees it?! We’re showing you in this blog post how you can drive more traffic to your website, so you can show off more of your portfolio. And, of course, bring in more inquiries!
So, what can you do to bring more traffic into your website?
Blog, blog, blog. Every time you write a new blog post, you have a really, really great reason to bring clients into your website! Not quite sure what the heck to even post? Take a look at Creative Content Planning for Photographers!
Facebook ads. If you’ve ever started a new Facebook ad, it probably looked like it was in a different language. Well, to us it sure did! Check out Samantha Grant’s Facebook group called Booked Up Photographers + Wedding Pros! Sam has some REALLY amazing resources to help you get started (and feel successful!) with Facebook ads.
Start a mailing list. It can feel intimidating to start a mailing list! But, it’s a great way to get in the email inboxes of clients who you’ve worked with or have expressed interest in working with you. We recommend The Savvy Marketing Co. for all your mailing list needs!
Now that you know a few ways to get clients to your website, make sure you’re not making these three crucial makes in your brand + website!
Three Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Photography Website
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