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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?

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation – 25th May 2018

Posted on March 14, 2018 by James Duncan under Business, GDPR, New and Improved Features, Photographers Websites, Theimagefile, Websites and SEO

Tweet As the launch of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) nears (25 May 2018) I wanted to bring you up to date with what theimagefile is doing to smooth the way in making sure your website is ready and compliant. First, here’s some background on what we are doing and to put minds at […]

The Importance of a Brand Audit

Posted on January 12, 2017 by Elsa under Business, Photographers Websites, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging, Websites and SEO

Tweet Think of your brand as a living, breathing thing. It has a personality and characteristics which are completely unique to itself. Over time, you can watch your brand grow and guide it to achieve its full potential. However, if your brand begins to deviate from that path, then your business could start to suffer.  […]

Supersize Your Client Area Photos!

Posted on October 4, 2016 by James Duncan under New and Improved Features, Photographers Websites, Tutorials
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Tweet You can now double the size of the photos shown on the client area page. The client area is the page that shows one gallery image per client image collection.  The visitor clicks the photo to access, either requiring a password or not, the complete collection of images and video you have made available to […]

Acquiring clients

Posted on September 26, 2016 by Rich under Photographers Websites
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TweetAcquiring clients is a key task to master. Not all customers are hard won or expensively marketed to. Some will walk right through your door, know exactly what they want and be prepared to meet a reasonable cost without too much negotiation. Happy days! First impressions count. Much is riding on that very first customer interaction. […]