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6 Business Tasks You Could Be Outsourcing

Posted on January 22, 2016 by Elsa under Sales and Marketing, Theimagefile, Websites and SEO
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Tweet Being self-employed means that everything is down to you. Sometimes this is just too much to cope with, there aren’t enough hours in the day. This is where outsourcing comes in. We’ve mentioned¬†outsourcing in the past here, but we’ve never mentioned what tasks you could be delegating else where. Delegating tasks frees up time […]

Outsourcing

Posted on August 3, 2015 by Rich under Sales and Marketing
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Tweet Outsourcing, when done correctly, is a very effective way of improving productivity, freeing up valuable time and improving the look and feel of the business. Many photographers operate alone and do not have the scale to enable one to employ someone full or indeed, part time. Employing staff brings many headaches and risks – […]

Admin Links

Posted on June 28, 2019 by theimagefile under Business, New and Improved Features, Sales and Marketing, Theimagefile

TweetA fantastic new feature designed to make your workflow easier and quicker giving you more time to do the things you love to do- like being creative behind the camera! This feature was actually born by members of theimagefile wanting a way to give someone editing access to a collection without giving them login details. […]

Competitors

Posted on July 23, 2018 by Rich under Photographers Websites, Sales and Marketing

Tweet Competitors, ah, those darn annoying competitors! I guess they keep us on our toes but standing out from your competitors is no easy task in the world of photography. You may think you take better photos/provide a better service than your rivals. But to the new customer, how do you convey this?

Growing the business

Posted on June 25, 2018 by Rich under Business, Sales and Marketing, Websites and SEO

Tweet Growing the business is a constant driving force for ambitious owners. In this age of fast-growth, companies who do not really own anything but a service (Uber, Facebook, Airbnb) and boom-and-bust valuations, the temptation with any business is to grow as quickly as possible.