Especially for well-seasoned wedding photographers, finding new ways to describe your 467th bride on her wedding day can be one of the most challenging hurdles to jump, leading many photographers to skip the writing process entirely. Reclaim the meaning in your posts by dropping the word “gorgeous” and choosing one of these more specific terms to describe your resplendent brides instead!
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You may not have photographed Beyonce or scaled Everest, but no matter how ordinary or uninteresting your journey seems to you, trust me, it is anything but!
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Y’all, if I could shout this from the top of that really high building Tom Cruise climbs in that one Mission Impossible movie, I would: BOUNDARIES ARE HEALTHY! You need them. They are good. They are the best gift you can give yourself as a business owner, so let’s break down a few of the reasons why.
Whether you photograph weddings or newborns, families or entrepreneurs, one thing’s for sure: you encounter endless amounts of fun every time you head out with your camera! But reusing the same three-letter word over and over can get mighty tired. So, let’s try a few new, more specific options on for size.
I have some unsettling news for you. Simply hiring a stellar copywriter won’t guarantee a stellar copywriting experience. You and I both know that, when it comes to creative work, it takes two to tango. But, if you’re planning to work with a copywriter in the near future, how can you ensure you get the most bang for your buck out of the experience?
Sure, there are a lot of things you can do to improve your website, but if you’re crazy freakin’ busy and don’t have the time to engage in a hefty revamp at the moment, there are three SUPER speedy things you can do to immediately improve your website:
“You don’t understand,” you say. “This way, we can get on the phone with a potential client, make them understand why we are worth the money BEFORE dropping the price on them.”
And, no, I totally get it! I’m just here to break the bad news that, unfortunately, this tactic doesn’t really work the way you think it does.
Deposits needs to be paid. Questionnaires need to be filled out. Timelines need to be settled. Outfits need to be chosen. And on and on and on. Sure, it’s all very important…but when you reuse the word “important” over and over to describe everything — from the mildly important to the your-wedding-day-will-literally-fall-apart important — it loses its impact and your point can get lost.
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6 Overused Phrases Weakening Your About Me Page