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We understand that not everyone is a web expert, which is why our system is super easy to use. We also have a raft of video tutorials to help you along the way.  Our UK-based support team are on hand to help if needed.

Whether you are taking the first steps in the business or you are already established and wanting to improve your web presence, theimagefile provides the complete package. There’s no annual fee to pay, just a simple monthly subscription fee to suit your needs based on what space you need; and you can upgrade or downgrade your account level as your business needs dictate.

GDPR: Privacy Policy

GDPR: Privacy Policy

Over the past few weeks, we have been focusing on GDPR which comes into practice on 25 May 2018 as well as how to manage your existing email subscribers to be GDPR compliant. This post explains more about privacy policies to help you get ready for the launch date.  Related posts: GDPR – The Photographer ...
A Simple Guide To Becoming A Professional Newborn Photographer

A Simple Guide To Becoming A Professional Newborn Photographer

This month we are attending the Newborn Photography Show so we thought we would focus on all things newborn and baby related. Today we’re starting off with a simple guide to becoming a newborn photographer. Maybe you’re brand new to the industry or perhaps it’s a genre you’ve always considered moving into but never knew ...
Congratualtions Derek Snee!

Congratualtions Derek Snee!

We just wanted to offer our huge congratulations to Derek Snee who was a finalist in the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2018 award ceremony and won the Marks & Spencer Food Adventures category! His award-winning image “Tapas upon Tyne” captures an enthusiastic chef dishing up warming Catalan paella at the heart of Newcastle’s ...
Getting Started With Facebook As A Small Business

Getting Started With Facebook As A Small Business

I’m pretty sure that by now every one of us has heard of Facebook. Not only is it one of the biggest social media platforms in the world, but in recent years (and weeks) it has gained popularity and notoriety amongst individuals and small businesses alike. Now, most business owners have a love-hate relationship with ...
GDPR: How To Manage Existing Email Subscribers

GDPR: How To Manage Existing Email Subscribers

GDPR (also known as EU General Data Protection Regulation) is considered one of the most important changes to data privacy regulation in the last 20 years and it comes into practice on 25 May 2018. That means we haven’t got long to get our acts together. So, today we are going to cover everything you need ...
Christmas is coming

Christmas is coming

Christmas is coming. Am I mad? It’s only April. Christmas and other seasonal events do come around so quickly. Easter. Wedding anniversaries of clients. Birthday’s, etc. Why does there never seem to be enough time to effectively take advantage of these prime periods? It’s down to our planning, or lack of it, in most instances. ...
5 Ways To Network When You’re An Introvert

5 Ways To Network When You’re An Introvert

For those of us classed as “introverts”, networking is a time filled with avoiding eye contact, pretending to look for someone vacantly in the middle distance, busing yourself on your phone or getting drinks as well as making multiple trips to the loo. It can seem excruciating at the time, but this doesn’t have to ...
Sales techniques

Sales techniques

Sales techniques have been transformed in the digital age. They’ve changed the fabric of almost every facet of life and the way we operate our systems of work and business. That does not mean that we should change the way we sell, generate business or communicate with prospects.  The mechanism may have changed but the ...
Why You Should Build A Business Community

Why You Should Build A Business Community

There is often an independent streak that runs through the self-employed. There is a feeling that you have to do everything by yourself – make all the tough decisions, deal with all the challenges and keep the motivation flowing. Not only is this stressful and at times overwhelming, but also can be very lonely. After ...