In this podcast I talk to Sarah from Israel, and we discuss her top 7 lessons she learned from shooting her very first wedding as a professional photographer.
Sarah shares with us how she met and then booked her first client, and then how she prepared for her first wedding shoot.
And then she gives us her top 7 lessons she learned from her first wedding photography gig:
In this Photoprofit podcast, I talk to Patricia Davidson, a successful landscape photographer from Oregon, USA, about how she and her husband have been travelling for the past year and how she has earned income in her photography business while on the road.
She shares with us why she is doing it, the pros and cons of running a business while travelling, tips on saving money while on the road, and how and why she became a minimalist – letting go of “stuff” and how this liberated her life.
In this Photoprofit podcast, I talk to Zach Prez from photographyspark.com. Zach is an expert in search engine optimization for photographers and today, we discuss the top 3 mistakes most photographers are making on their websites. Listen now to find out if you’re making any – or all – of these mistakes!
Spoiler alert! Do you have a headshot on your website? Zach explains why this is so important and on which pages you should include it.
We also discuss another big mistake that I have noticed recently that could be hurting your business.
We talk about the importance of having a blog type website and…
Zach gives a “gold nugget” on how to create great SEO for your website and how you can improve your Google rankings.
This podcast is a MUST for all photographers who have a website.
If you’re making any of these three mistakes, were you aware they could be affecting your business?
In this podcast I interview Sarah Petty from Springfield IL, and we talk about how to make your photography marketing work for you.
Sarah is a super-smart marketer and has been running her photography studio for 18 years now. She has written a very good book on marketing and branding for photographers and she teaches photographers how to attract clients, and how to get paid what you are worth.
Sarah talks about the biggest marketing mistake you can make in your business, how to avoid it. What makes you different from the other photographers, how to blow away the competition, how to build your database of people you have relationships with. Plus, Sarah shares a very good tip on how to get past customers back into your studio for another shoot.
I just love the strategy she mentions where you partner up with other businesses in your area and then do an educational workshop for your target customers. That is very smart.
Make sure you grab Sarah’s “21 Ways to Find the right clients” eBook, I’m sure it will help you in your business.
In this podcast I interview Andrew Hellmich who runs a successful portrait and wedding photography business on the central coast of NSW in Australia and he also has his own podcast called Photobiz exposed where he talks to other photography business owners, just like this podcast.
Andrew discovered this Facebook advertising strategy on one of his podcasts and we talk about how he is using it to get more weddings and portrait photography clients.
Andrew shares his secrets of how to put together an effective advert, how to target the right people and then how to convert them into paying clients.
This is a brilliant way to boost your photography business and I think all portrait and wedding photographers should be using this method to get more clients.
Today my special guest is Bryan Caporicci from “The Sprouting Photographer Podcast”. We will talk about “The Lie of Busy” and how to get your life back into balance when running your photography business.
Are you too busy to enjoy the important things in life?
When we start our photography businesses, we try so hard to get things going that once they do start moving along really well, we tend to get too busy in our businesses and forget to focus on what really matters.
Bryan will talk about why this happens and how some photographers hit an overwhelm state and quit their businesses to get a job.
I fell into this busy trap too, and in this podcast I will share what worked for me and how I changed things around to work half the hours and make the same profit.
Lastly, Bryan will share his 3 steps on how to take control of your photography business and stop living this “busy lie”.