Even if you are just starting out, reach out, give a compliment, comment on a fun location, send a video to introduce yourself. Build up your community because they need it, and so do you.
Use a similar image across all accounts, this is a branding technique that helps consumers/clients associate your face with your product/service. I do suggest using your face over your logo, or a healthy mix of both! Here are my top profiles.
Having quality programs to edit and run your business with will make your job easier and even better, but are you using the most recent update? We get notifications on our phones when we need to update an iOS, consider this post a reminder to do the same for your work programs and presets.
I challenge you to blog THREE of your past sessions. I just blogged a few from the fall and will use my down time in the winter to catch up with blogging. Think of blogs as extensions to your social media!
Being organized helps you feel prepared, and will also help you share more blogs, social media posts, and even update your website. Stay organized, stay booked.
I always thought my portfolio would bring me my ideal clients. Turns out, that just brings them to your website, or social media. You, your face, your funny stories, that is what gets clients to book sessions.
We are creatives. We love storytelling and capturing beautiful wedding decor. What happens when you drop your one and only flash? Maybe your camera gets stolen. What if a client gets hurt while at a session and blames your posing?
Workflows are ways for you to care for your clients.