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How to Make Any Blog Post Better In 5 Minutes Or Less

  You’re thrilled – the perfect photo shoot!  The prettiest accessories!  The jaw-dropping actions that make the colors leap off the page! You’ve spent hours prepping, shooting, culling, editing, re-editing, tweaking, smoothing, and perfecting a set of gleaming images. They’re resized and just as you upload them to the blog, you realize: Shoot.  What do…

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8 Steps to Improve Your Photography Website

If you want a better photography website presence, follow these tips to get started.

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The Art of Blogging for Your Photography Business

  Blogging and photography go hand-in-hand – after all it’s one of the best (free!) marketing tools for your business. That is, as long as it’s used to its full potential. But just how exactly do you make the most of your blog? While showcasing your talent, sessions and images is important, your blog shouldn’t…

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3 Tips For Generating Article Topics for Your Photography Blog

In this article, I am going to discuss three different methods for coming up with content ideas for your photography blog.  You will read about tools and also something that every photographer should be doing already using engagement. As the main blogger for a company who develops WordPress themes for photographers, it can be challenging…

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How To Use Social Media To Expand Your Photography Business

  This is a social media guest post, by Doug Cohen of Frameable Faces, about his approach to social networking for he and his wife’s photography studio. Learn from their experiences.  Providing a complete how-to on all of the social media platforms could easily be a 3,000 page book. So instead I’ll summarize our experience…

Writing tips for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 4

Writing tips for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 4

If you are a photographer and writing is hard for you, check out our tips and tricks guide on writing for your photography blog (part 4).

Proofreading for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 3

Proofreading for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 3

If you are a photographer and writing is hard for you, check out our tips and tricks guide on writing for your photography blog (part 3).

Punctuation Help for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 2

Punctuation Help for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 2

If you are a photographer and writing is hard for you, check out our tips and tricks guide on writing for your photography blog (part 2).

Writing Tips for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 1

Writing Tips for Photographers: A Guide to Writing and Proofing, Part 1

If you are a photographer and writing is hard for you, check out our tips and tricks guide on writing for your photography blog (part 1).

The 6 Biggest Photography Blogging Mistakes to Avoid

The 6 Biggest Photography Blogging Mistakes to Avoid

If you have a photography blog – read this now. We will help you avoid making huge mistakes on your photo blog!

Photo Blogging Post Ideas – Beyond Posting Photo Sessions

Photo Blogging Post Ideas – Beyond Posting Photo Sessions

There is so much more photographers can blog about in addition to posting your sessions. Here are some ideas that will jump start your blog.

Should You Mix Personal and Business on Your Blog and Facebook?

Should You Mix Personal and Business on Your Blog and Facebook?

Should You Mix Personal and Business on Your Blog and Facebook? When you write a Blog post or Facebook status update about your personal life on your business sites, it sends a message.  Is it the one you want to be sending? Only you can answer that question. In yesterday’s MCP Actions blog post, titled…

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