Your Web Presence * Contest: Win a Show It Web Pro or a Show It Site

Your Web Presence * Contest: Win a Show It Web Pro or a Show It Site

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David Jay’s company Show It Fast helps photographers take control of their websites.  With Showit Sites photographers can create something completely unique and continually show their clients who they are and what they do in a way that is 100% their own . Artists need to show how they are different and unique.  A template website just can’t do that. 

Showit Web slideshows allow photographers to create stunning slideshows in minutes and upload them onto to the web.  Having the ability to display your work quickly to the masses is best way to get people to start talking about your work first. Here is an example of a slide show – showing the MCP Action Set “All in the Details.”

I am very excited that ShowIt Fast has donated 2 very generous prizes for me to give away on the MCP Blog:

Show It Web Pro (an amazing, easy way to make slide shows) – $199 value

Show It Sites (1 full year of Show It Site website service) – $468 value

One winner will be picked for each prize.  I am making this an easy contest to enter.  Just comment below on “How important is your Website and/or Blog is to your Photography business? Explain if you feel you have full control of your web presense? What would you change about your current site and/or blog if you could?” Winners to be picked at random on Sunday the 29th.

When I announce the prize, anyone who has commented will be eligible for nearly $50 off Show It Web Pro and almost $100 off a Show It Site.  So check back for your code to save LOTS OF $$$. 


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  1. March 29, 2009 at 4:44 pm —

    Hi! I’m so excited about getting my business started. The website I currently have is not ample for what I need to start my business. I believe that getting my own site is going to be paramount to my success. Besides having great photos (& Awesome actions to make those photos even greater!) I need a great site to showcase them and take my business to the next level.

    I’ve checked out the featured galleries & LOVE the way the Show It sites look! The ease of use for the customer & the slide show of photos is a great way to show off the talent of a photographer.

    With my husband being in construction & laid off for 6 months, it is difficult to find the means to advertise like I need to. Currently I have business cards but sometimes I’m hesitant to give them out as the only site I currently have is not as proffessional as most. I know that when I get the website I need, I will be handing out business cards like crazy!

  2. March 29, 2009 at 5:13 pm —

    My website is important, as is my blog — and both are subpar. Time is probably the biggest culprit — budget, too. I would like my web presence to have some personal WOW, but be quick & easy to maintain — and easily changed because we’re always taking new photos!!

  3. March 29, 2009 at 7:26 pm —

    I think that a photography website is a definite necessity anymore. It gives the viewer a chance to recognize your style, to see if it matches what they are looking for and to get a sense about the photographer that you are. Then they can decide if they want to contact you. I couldn’t imagine going to a photographer, sight unseen, and just hoping for the best.
    If I could change my website/blog, I would switch my blog to one that is searchable by Google and others. I know there are blogs out there like that, I just have not been able to make the switch. As for website, I love the ones that look totally different than everyone elses, to be set apart like that is amazing…

  4. March 29, 2009 at 8:07 pm —

    My website is super important. It is the way most people see what I do. I also use it for proofing and ordering. I don’t have a blog yet but plan on having one ASAP. The only thing I would change about my site is to have it more optimized for web searches.

  5. March 29, 2009 at 8:28 pm —

    My blog is important for my photography business. I use it to post my latest shoots so that clients and their friends and family can view my photos and for potential clients to go and see my work. I wish I had a web-site with all the bells and whistles. I think I could do a lot more with my business with a better web-site. Time and money are the biggest things holding me back right now. Someday…

  6. Tyra Harrison
    March 29, 2009 at 9:46 pm —

    I am just starting out so a new website would be a great starting point. I am inspired every day by the fabulous photographers that have summoned the courage to turn their talent into something that is enjoyed by many others. I love photography and I am excited about the unlimited potential.

  7. March 29, 2009 at 10:32 pm —

    Just starting out so I have not really invested the money for a good website. This could really help me launch my business. I love the business and enjoy looking at other’s sites, so maybe one day, someone will enjoy looking at mine.

  8. March 29, 2009 at 10:38 pm —

    Web presence is super important. our clients today are web saaaavy and go there for everything! i would love to have a site that is completely my own. I have the slideshows and they totally rock!

  9. March 30, 2009 at 7:57 am —

    Awwww one day late 🙁 bummer. I would have had a blast with this showing customers more of my work!

  10. October 12, 2010 at 10:33 pm —

    I love a amazing post, wonder how you came up with this really amazing insight.

  11. November 23, 2010 at 6:05 pm —

    I think website is very important especially starting off. It is the first thing that made me feel professional. It is possibly the first glimpse clients have of my work so I want it to be done right. I did a really quick customized blog but I would love to have a website page as well.

  12. November 24, 2010 at 1:46 pm —

    I hate my current set up. The main site was created with some free software which is still so trouble prone that I have to wait for my husband to have time to change and update it-then the galleries are made using adobe lightroom/bridge/photoshop; which means we have limited control over the look of that without knowing better how to tweak the html code under the templates adobe provides. It’s schizo and tedious and worst of all , changing anything-which I BADLY need to do, is like waiting for Christmas to come again.

  13. December 28, 2010 at 2:05 pm —

    A website is an extension of you and your business personality

  14. January 17, 2011 at 3:48 pm —

    My site IS everything. I can’t afford advertising and if I could, my home studio couldn’t handle volume or huge groups so my web presence hones in on the folks who need someone in my area, have a specific need, and see that need met in my online presence. My big problem is that the current ‘free’ gallery options and sites are clunky and prefab and my web tech skills are about a 5 on a scale of 1-100 so I’ve had to rely on others who have much more skill but are doing it for free for me. I need the whole web package with the ability to change text, pricing and add new images without having to go through others or use terrible free, awkward and barely customizable presets. I need a real solution but don’t have the real money now so winning this would help more than you know.

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