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Photographer's Social Media Handbook for updated Facebook Timelines 1Photographer's Social Media Handbook for updated Facebook Timelines 2Photographer's Social Media Handbook for updated Facebook Timelines 3 Are you looking for a social media marketing how-to guide that walks you through the process of setting up your studio's Twitter and Facebook pages step-by-step for the biggest impact possible? Learn to use these free resources to build a social media entourage and attract your target clients 24/7.

Our 82 page full color guide makes building your online presence simple and fun, with 50 screenshot examples and over 20,000 words of tech-free essentials, covering everything from how to get more fans, to creating engaging content and tracking user demographics for success. Whether you're brand new to Facebook and Twitter or an online-guru looking for another arrow in your quiver, marketing expert Zach Prez and Design Aglow offer you proven strategies and ideas from some of photography's top social-preneurs including Oh So Posh Photography, My Four Hens Photography, Keri Myers, Alex Michéle, and Scott Wyden. Grab a copy in the shop and start learning how to promote Facebook posts with new Timeline features!


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