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Social Media for Photographers Series When discussing Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram over the past several weeks, we have been addressing how to market yourselves as professional photographers on social media. Today we’ll be discussing Pinterest, which is unique in that it is not optimal for social media marketing for photographers. We won’t be sharing how […]

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If you’ve ever felt frustrated by clients who don’t open their StickyAlbums, Sarah Phillips has a simple tip that has made a big difference in her business. Sarah’s Story I’ve been using StickyAlbums since the very beginning. I surprise gift my clients an app with every image that they ordered product of.  This way I […]

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Today we’re excited to talk to Katelyn James about the “KJ Experience.” In this interview Katelyn shares how she structures her wedding collection, the importance of online marketing and how why having a mobile friendly website is critical. When Katelyn started her photography business eight years ago, she was barely twenty years old. She hit […]

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Vanessa Joy has been a professional photographer since 2002. The industry has changed a lot over those years and so has the way that she markets her wedding photography business. “The big thing about growing your brand is that you’re growing along with the world and growing along with your demographic. It’s all about being […]

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We recently completed a 9-week blog series on Social Media for Photographers, aiming to support you in marketing your professional photography business on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. Being active on social media is important for small businesses in the 21st century, but more traditional digital marketing tactics are far from dead. With […]

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This week marks the end of our blog series on Social Media for Photographers. To make it easier for you to reference past tips, we’re linking all of the posts here! We recommend you bookmark or pin this page to have it readily available when you have time to devote to social media marketing. Week […]

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Six years ago, Heidi Guerard was a high school art and photography teacher. She wasn’t sure that teaching was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life and decided to take some sessions while she was on maternity leave. At the time, the type of newborn photography that Heidi wanted to do […]

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Social Media for Photographers Series Over the course of our Social Media for Photographers Series, we’ve discussed a number of ways in which you can improve your marketing efforts on social media to book more clients. Today we’ll finish out the series with a discussion on how you can use StickyAlbums to encourage your existing […]

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Jennifer DiDio didn’t go to school to become a photographer. Instead, photography found her. Her friends and family complimented her pictures and encouraged her to go into photography as a business… so, she did. Jennifer admits that she was naive about the business of photography, photography marketing and pricing when she started out. She imagined […]

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Social Media for Photographers Series For the past several weeks in our Social Media for Photographers series, we have discussed how to create a social media plan, what type of content you should be sharing on your photography business pages, and how to use four of the more popular social media platforms as a business. […]

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