As a small business owner, you’ve probably heard that blogging is an important way to market your business, but finding the hours to write and promote consistently can be challenging, especially if your process lacks automation. If you're investing time in content, make sure it counts with these helpful tools to get your posts seen.
When a client brings a photograph to a meeting it can be a godsend just as much as it can be the kiss of death if the right questions don’t get asked. Everyone feels that visual examples are the best way to get their point across, unfortunately they also lead to a lot of unspoken assumptions made by both parties,
Getting your work published on your favorite wedding blogs feels wonderful, doesn’t it? Besides that amazing sense of accomplishment, having your work published and promoted to engaged couples can be one of the most effective tools in your marketing toolkit. So how do you keep up the momentum and get published more often?
Every event planner has one goal: Get the right people in the room. Since your event invitation and website are the first two touch-points your guests will experience, you should make sure it accomplishes three things: (1) inform, (2) guide and (3) excite. Ben Hindman, CEO of innovative event website platform, Splash That shares tips and tricks for creating a page that deliver results.
The young, digital consumer has more choices than ever when shopping or selecting service options online. For brides and grooms, this pre-purchase evaluation process is exacerbated by the emotional pressure for perfection and the length of time during which couples plan a wedding. The lengthy consideration cycle of wedding couples can present a uniquely difficult challenge for the wedding industry. Here's how to help them make a speedy decision in your favor.
Learn the easy content marketing tips and tricks that will help you get your featured work shared and double clicked for years to come. The best wedding bloggers weigh in on how to increase your online visibility and promote your creative business online.
Creating a movement requires a following and Annapolis wedding photographer and Rising Tide Society founder Natalie Franke Hayes, knows a thing or two about acquiring one. Find out the common thread of all successful Instagram accounts and learn helpful hacks to better connect to your ideal client.
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