Category: Overhaul Your Site

Find The Words To Define Your Signature Style

The ability to share a distinct, evocative, deliberate answer both in person and online signals to potential clients that you know exactly who you are — and this is a ridiculously attractive quality in business and humanity in general. We like to work with people who understand exactly who they are and who they’re not. Distilling the aesthetic of your images into words doesn’t just tell potential clients what your art is, it also clearly expresses what it isn’t.

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7 Handy Tips To Self-Edit Your Writing

It may seem that filling up that ever-intimidating blank, new web page with words is the hardest part of writing. Oh contraire! Writing is hard, but editing your own writing is even harder. Since most of us don’t have a professional editor on speed dial, learning to self-edit your work is important for saving time and money. Here are some tips to get started on editing your writing.

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Speaking Truth: Is Your Web Content Honestly Honest?

The reality of the now is that people are parched for authenticity. So rather than allowing your business to produce cookie cutter art as created by Blandy McBlanderson, embrace your uniqueness and don’t worry about the rest. Your unique stamp will act as a signal fire to your ideal clients, and once they find you, they’ll never let you go. So, how can you implement more honest pieces of yourself in your written web content? Here are a few quick questions to explore and work into your website and blog posts.

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Pack Your Website With Personality in These 5 Key Places

If you’ve noticed that your blog posts have all started to sound like the same, boring, obligatory nonsense and your “About Me” page doesn’t really feel like it’s about you at all, you may have come down with the sickness that plagues so many photographers. If your homepage looks like you haven’t changed a thing since you installed the template and your headshots look like stock photos, you may be suffering from a nasty case of Imitation-itis.

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8 Things Every Photographer’s Website MUST Have

You can’t predict what your clients-to-be will find important or how they make decisions, so it’s best to be prepared for any possible scenario. By including these 8 things on your commercial photography website, you will be prepared for the most artsy, visually-motivated client, the most meticulous, detail-oriented client and everyone in between.

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One Mindblowingly Simple Way To Boost Your SEO

I don’t know about you, but I certainly didn’t go to school to study web design, programming or anything in the IT department. So how are we creative solopreneurs supposed to incorporate something seemingly so techie into our websites? There are a number of ways to boost your SEO, but there’s one quick, simple way that often flies right under the radar.

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