Short on time? Maximize your social media with these 4 tips!

Short on time? Maximize your social media with these 4 tips!

Developing your own social media content may involve looking at what’s already published – that means hitting the webs. And if you’re like me, you have no doubt experienced the vacuum of timel oss where 45 minutes later you realize you’re pinning something on Pinterest even though you started out drafting an outline for a […]

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5 ways Photographers can use Mobile Marketing

5 ways Photographers can use Mobile Marketing

It wasn’t that long ago when the term “smartphone” didn’t even exist. Now statistics abound with how common-place this device has become ingrained into our daily routines. We use phones to listen, view, read, communicate or search for information. It’s literally a computer in our hands – replacing what we once did on a desktop […]

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20 Social Media Statistics for Photographers

20 Social Media Statistics for Photographers

Let’s face it; social media is now part of our everyday lives. Whereas ten years only a college students knew of Facebook, now it’s a global platform and part of daily communication for college students, grandparents, businesses and solopreneurs. It’s important for photographers to understand who is using social media today; but not just who […]

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Start your (marketing) year with a little fun

Start your (marketing) year with a little fun

Now that you’ve recovered from the Holidays, it’s time to focus again on you and your marketing strategies for 2013. Assuming you’ve created an editorial / promotional calendar for yourself, are you now finding a few blank spots needing content? What about filling them with fun – as in contest fun. As a photographer, your […]

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Is there room for more?

Is there room for more?

Guest Blog Post for H&H Color Lab The speed of web development feels light years ahead of warp speed, doesn’t it? Gone are the days where anything is built to utter perfection and then launched. Nowadays, thanks to the mantra of Guy Kawasaki, Steve Jobs and other leading visionary minds, something is built to 80%, released, […]

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