Month: December 2016

The 8 best and fastest ways to launch your photography business next year

1. Slap your biggest competitor Your biggest competitor is actually inside your own head. The best and fastest way to launch your photography business is to address any underlying hangups you have. For example, if you’re feeling negative, or afraid, or lacking confidence then it’s likely you’ll keep bumbling along the same as before. I […]

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How to be a photographer in a poor area

Something that frustrated me when I was starting my photography business was that all the online mentors seemed to live in affluent areas (usually in the US). I was jealously seething. Here I was in the photography trenches, living in a low income city (Peterborough in the UK) while my mentors were basking in the […]

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Check out my interview with Andrew Hellmich from Photobizexposed

I was honoured to be interviewed by the lovely Andrew Hellmich of www.Photobizexposed.com recently. You can check it out here. We talk about all this and more: How in-person sales guarantees doubling or tripling your profits Why most photographers start with online sales instead of in-person sales What is it with in-person sales sessions that […]

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Why a photography marketing mentor got abused

I recently saw a Facebook advert for a photography marketing system (not one of ours) to help photographers. The marketing mentor who runs the course did a wonderful job of politely fielding some rather negative comments from the photography community. Here’s what his advert said: “In less than 6 weeks of following this formula you […]

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