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Wedding Planning Day

Posted on February 28, 2019 by Elsa under Business, Inspiration, Seasonal Marketing Ideas, Social Media and Blogging

TweetThe 1 March 2019 is Wedding Planning Day. Many couples spend months, even years, planning their big day and every wedding is a high-stress event. Wedding planning day is a prime opportunity to share the benefits of hiring a professional wedding photographer, and how that can take some of that stress away from potential clients […]

11 Blog Post Ideas For Wedding Photographers

Posted on July 6, 2017 by Elsa under Inspiration, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet When you first start blogging, chances are you’re doing it because you know it’s good for your business, but knowing where to start and what to write about can be overwhelming. So whether you have just jumped on the blogging band waggon or have had one for a while but haven’t quite got around […]

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 […]

New Wedding Page Sets 2017!

Posted on March 16, 2017 by Elsa under Business, Inspiration, New and Improved Features, Sales and Marketing, Seasonal Marketing Ideas, Theimagefile, Websites and SEO

Tweet We’re back with even more page sets for you! We have designed five fundamental wedding page sets that are incredibly easy to download into your website. They are designed to boost your search engine optimisation as well as your sales and are a great addition to anyone just starting out in the wedding photography […]

How To Handle Weddings That Over-Run

Posted on March 2, 2016 by Elsa under Inspiration, Sales and Marketing, Seasonal Marketing Ideas

Tweet As a wedding photographer, keeping to a schedule and creating a positive client experience, should be two of your biggest priorities. But what happens when a wedding is falling behind? And how do you bring up the awkward topic of money?