Learn some tools and resources to have a photography website that sells
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In today’s episode, my special guest is Scott Wyden Kivowitz and we are going to talk about 5 things every photographer should do to their website.
Scott will share all of the tools and resources to have a really good website.
In this episode:
(02:20) – Why website is important?
(03:33) – 5 things every photographer should do to their website
(10:20) – How to know how fast or slow your website is loading
(47:22) – What are the few things that should be in your website?
Why website is important?
- Your new business card
- Your portfolio
- Your way to talk to customers
- Way to convert your leads to clients
5 things every photographer should do to their website:
- Speed and uptime
- More than 50% website traffic mostly come from mobile devices
- In mobile device attention would be much shorter than desktop
- Photographers are one of three platforms
- Know how fast or slow your website is loading
- Pingdom –https://www.pingdom.com/
- Google speed test
- Budget for plug-ins
- Services to sync up Google calendar
- Images you’re putting on your website
- Needs to look fast
- Check your Google analytics
- Double check what size people are browsing at
- Search engine optimization
- SEO resources
- Anything that can get your content shared around
- Anything that will spread the word about your business
- Sharing buttons (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest)
What are the few things that should be in your website?
- Type of photographer
- Company name or logo
- Slideshow to show what you are about and what you do
- A blurb about something that you do in text form
- A testimonial
- A direction
- Video trailer or content about your photography
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