In PhotoShelter's new Photography Blog Handbook, learn why a blog is a must-have marketing tool to grow your photo business, engage a wider audience, and attract new clients.
See how Nat Clymer, portrait photographer, demonstrates his point of differentiation and stands out from the clutter through his email marketing.
Allen Murabayashi of PhotoShelter.com in a podcast interview to preview his CFC session, Building Your Prospect List: Quality vs. Quantity.
“Buy Local” meant that we need to utilize the world down the road from us. This keeps our local industry strong and helps reduce environmental impact by transporting goods unbelievable distance.
It’s Marketing Plan Week here on the Creative Freelancer Blog and today we have a post — written and beautifully illustrated by creative freelancer, Neil Renicker — about the single most important key to marketing your freelance services. He reveals the “trick to being irresistible” to your prospects. And shows 2 versions of his...
I love love love this quiet week between the holidays when things slow way down and there's time to think and read! So if you're in that boat too, here are a few I've enjoyed reading...
Your marketing plan for 2012 in 50 words from Marketing Mentor's Marketing Plan Bundle, available in MyDesignShop.com
Developing a Successful Online Marketing Plan, my brand new, 8-week online course starts this week and it's not too late to register to get your 2012 marketing plan in place.
Save the dates: June 21-25, 2012 for HOW Design Live in Boston. Four conferences under one roof—with one goal: To help you buck the status quo in order to produce your most inspired and professionally rewarding creative work ever.
My recent newsletter had one of my lowest open rates yet. But its subject line -- Tired of Waiting for Copy? -- was also the most targeted to my ideal audience.