Word up. We know you’re busy behind the lens creating art; that’s why when it comes to blogging, we’re putting the best industry word talent in your corner. Learn what’s essential (and what’s a deal killer) to create your most marvelously effective studio blog ever!
Designed to ensure a well-rounded impression of your business and brand, blogging ensures you’re not only competitive, you’re thousands of intentionally crafted words ahead of the competition
With exclusive insider information covering everything from metatags to editorial calendars, you’ll learn the most essential strategies of award-winning bloggers and marketing pros to ensure your business stands out.
Use this incredibly detailed 75 page guide and bonus worksheets to share your unique personality and brand in a way that gets you noticed with less time, effort and frustration. No excuses.
Stat counters, link sharing and platforms, oh my! We’ll demystify those concepts and put them to work for your busy studio so you can focus less on the how and enjoy the why.
Today’s the day you put words to work for you. And, as always, in addition to our professional marketing team, we offer examples, images and tools for your ultimate success! What are you waiting for? Your audience awaits!
Blog Success Guide at a glance:
• Gorgeous, printable guide
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Sample images throughout the guide by Brittany Chandler and Christina Block.
When I was in college, I had a friend who was a professional photographer. The first time I went to her home, I walked in to find stunning photographs of her children on the walls.
There was a huge canvas in their living room and a creative photo display in the main hallway. I remember being so moved by the beauty of those images, thinking to myself, “I want to create images like this!” I bought myself a DSLR as a graduation present, learned photography from online courses and started my photography business about a year later.