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Outsourcing For A Better Business And A Better Life
Monday, May 08, 2017
Outsourcing For A Better Business And A Better Life

Outsourcing For A Better Business And A Better Life Running an ordinary business is not easy. Running a successful photography business is without a doubt even more challenging as it requires you to sacrifice not only capital resources but also your time, presence and energy. Whether you run a part-time or full-time photography business, the amount of effort required is bound to take a toll on you and those around you including family and friends. So how do you achieve and maintain business success without compromising on your other interests and priorities? The answer is simple; outsourcing.  Smart Outsourcing: Different sites and literature sources give different ...

Five Ways To Increase Bookings
Friday, March 24, 2017
Outsourcing For A Better Business And A Better Life

Making money as a photographer can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be. This is the part of the photography business that's more than just taking good photos.Maybe you have even tried lowering your prices for your services (which I don't recommend), but you're still not bringing in more business. Here are five easy ways to schedule more sessions. Check out these five easy ways to increase your bookings.1. Know yourselfWhat ways are you able to distinguish yourself from other photographers in your area? Once you have the answer to this, you'll be better prepared to work on the other suggestions. This also includes knowing your clientele. What is the target market that you're looking for? ...

Be The Red Apple
Tuesday, March 07, 2017
Outsourcing For A Better Business And A Better Life

I'm finally getting caught up from my speaking event at SYNC where I gave a keynote presentation on how to stand out and market to High School Seniors to over 500 eager to learn photographers. On my Birthday no less! It definitely was a thrilling event. In my presentation, one of the many things I spoke about was how to "Be the Red Apple." The Red Apple is my take on an excellent book, The Purple Cow by Seth Godin. The basic premise is to look around and do something different to stand out from the crowd to get noticed. While I was driving around the convention complex, I noticed the speed limit signs. Instead of 25, they were 23. This simple change in numbers made them stand ...