Today, I’m sharing some of my favourite (mostly free) digital marketing tools. These are tools that I use day-in-day-out in my business. They may be just what you need to boost productivity and your marketing!
Working alone is tough! And it’s highly likely that you’ll lose your mojo at some point and begin to question why you are in business at all. I know because I’ve been there myself. And I’ve seen it in others too.
The start of a new year, quarter or month are all great times to set new goals for your photography business. But there is an art to goal setting.
Making the time to reflect on the past 12 months and work ‘on’ my business rather than just work ‘in’ the business is something that I’ve done consistently for the last few years.
At the start of every new quarter, I highly recommend that you assess what’s working and what isn’t working in your photography business.
As a professional photographer, how to get more photography clients is probably the question on your mind more often than any other.