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Social media in 2018

Posted on January 8, 2018 by Rich under Business, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet 2018 is a momentous year in most respects, including the use of social media to capture just about everything that is vitally important and completely irrelevant. As a sales and marketing channel for small businesses, social media presents a great opportunity to make small seem BIG. And to piggyback news and events in ways […]

Building the business

Posted on July 17, 2017 by Rich under Business, Sales and Marketing

Tweet Building the business is, for most of us, the aim of the game. To be able to sell more products, more services, without impacting financially or from a quality aspect is the measure of your company‚Äôs success. At what point does expansion become a burden on your business? When should you take the high […]

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 […]

The Routines Used By Successful Business Owners

Posted on April 5, 2017 by Elsa under Business, Coffee Break, Inspiration

Tweet To an outsider, there are certain aspects of your business that are highly visible – the blog posts, web pages, products launches, social media updates etc. However, what about the behind-the-scenes side of things? What routines do other successful business owners use to keep the business growing at a healthy rate, as well as […]

3 Tips For Handling Weddings That Over-Run

Posted on March 28, 2017 by Elsa under Business, Inspiration, Sales and Marketing

Tweet As a wedding photographer, providing an easy, professional and positive client experience is a priority. But what happens when a wedding is falling behind? And how do you bring up the awkward topic of money?