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Posted on May 16, 2019 by Rich under Social Media and Blogging, Websites and SEO

TweetBlogging is like rocket fuel for your site. Here are our top ten blogging tips! PARTNER UP! Call in some favours, offer some in-kind services to pull in some partners who can help drive traffic your way, and theirs. Hopefully, they are already established with their own communities and customers, and they want something you […]

Time is your friend

Posted on June 19, 2017 by Rich under Business, Coffee Break, Inspiration

Tweet Earlier in the blogs, we explored building your business and how time is your friend or can become your enemy if you allow it. Well, best not to allow it and make it work for you instead. Creative pursuits like photography do not like to be time-constricted. Business operation, marketing and administration are elements that can […]


Posted on October 10, 2016 by Rich under Business, Inspiration, Sales and Marketing

Tweet Video and film are evolved and prevalent on social media. It might seem like madness to offer this as a service. With so many people directly exposed to this medium and using it directly, they need guidance. Who better to provide it than your expert photographic studio and all-round lens professional? As a photographer it follows that […]

10 Facebook Post Ideas For When You’re Stuck In A Rut

Posted on September 13, 2016 by Elsa under Business, Inspiration, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet For many of us the wedding season means working nose to the grindstone, so it’s easy to feel burnt out and stuck in a rut. So we thought we’d share a quick post with 10 Facebook post ideas that you can share with your followers, even on the days when you feel uninspired.

Taking time out

Posted on August 1, 2016 by Rich under Business, Inspiration, Sales and Marketing

Tweet Taking time out when we are advising you on how to grow your business may seem a slightly strange suggestion, but there’s method in our madness. It’s really important to allow time to gain some perspective, as is to put your foot to the floor and accelerate, but it’s a key skill to know when […]

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