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Get Clients: How Photographers Are Using Facebook and Twitter

In early December 2009, I went out and asked photographers to contribute their best Facebook and Twitter tips and advice on how you can use these tools to help grow your photography business. Over the course of the next couple of weeks, I accepted tips from...
Love Social? Give Us Your Best Twitter and Facebook Tips!

Love Social? Give Us Your Best Twitter and Facebook Tips!

With the New Year just a couple of weeks away, I thought it would be fun to roundup the best tips for using social, specifically Twitter and Facebook, to promote your photography business. In order to participate, I invite you to submit a tip. Then we’ll include them...
Could Your Online Marketing Ability Give You A Photographer Award?

Could Your Online Marketing Ability Give You A Photographer Award?

Mashable’s 3rd Annual Open Web Awards: Social Media Edition has just been announced. With the advance of social media this year, its hard not to have some type of social media within your marketing plan. Whether you love Twitter and use it all day long, have a great...
Enter A Photo Contest and Improve Your Resume

Enter A Photo Contest and Improve Your Resume

Want three reasons to enter a photo contest? 1. Winning an award adds to your credentials. If you can put a long list of awards on your resume, you’ll not only have a more professional look, you’ll be able to charge more for your work as well. 2. You’ll learn a ton....
Photograph Anything In The World And Get Paid For It

Photograph Anything In The World And Get Paid For It

A few weeks ago I told you about a new contest – Name Your Dream Assignment. Most photographers – amateur and professional – dream about that one assignment that will take them to a place in a far away land. Maybe its to the depths of a rainforest to capture unknown...

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