Why most will always struggle to achieve success as a photographer or small business owner… Before you get mad at that “pessimistic” opening line… keep reading… it will make sense in just a second. “Learn from those who have achieved what you want to achieve” You’ve probably heard that about 1000 times. Back when […]Continue reading
There has never been a better time to be successful in the photography business. With a clear and simple strategy you can attract more high quality clients who value your work with a lot more ease and less overwhelm than you are currently experiencing.
But to do this you do need a clear and simple strategy, one that will attract more high quality clients who value your work. Once you get that strategy in place, as one client said “It’s like a quick demisting of the windscreen. It clears up a lot.” You know exactly what to focus on in you your business and what you should be doing each day to attract those high quality clients that you deserve. In this article I share the three distinct phases to a strategy for a prosperous photography business.
We see it everywhere, photographer’s saying that they are struggling to get clients, you can’t succeed in photography anymore, the market is saturated with photographers undercutting each other, just about giving away the digital files, and it’s killing the market. I’ve even seen people say that it’s not possible to make a living at photography […]Continue reading
If I had a pound or dollar for every photographer that told me that their marketing isn’t working and that you can’t be successful in today’s ultra competitive photography market, I would be living in a fabulous mansion. We know that good marketing works, and that you CAN be successful as a photographer. Yet […]Continue reading
Why do so many photographers struggle in business? Spending scarce money and time on marketing with Facebook ads. Ads that don’t bring in any prospects let alone actual clients. Countless hours invested in social media updates and blogging with nothing to show. Spending 80% of your precious time trying to figure it out instead of […]Continue reading