Customer Service Experience: 31 Ideas to Add Value to Your Photography Business

Tuesday, June 15th, 2021

Elevate the Customer Service Experience When you are adding value you are attempting to increase the clients’ happiness, convenience and pleasure.  This is elevating the customer experience in your photography business. When we put ourselves in our clients’ shoes we can anticipate how we might want to be treated or what would make things easier. […]

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Avoid this $30k Mistake in your Photography Business | Business Foundations for Photographers

Sunday, June 6th, 2021

The Hard Way Remember when you were growing up and your parents would tell you, “ you just had to learn it the hard way, didn’t you?” Well, do yourself a big favor and  take this lesson from me and and learn from my mistakes.  You don’t have to learn it that way the hard […]

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In-Person Sales Photography | Photography Business Coach

Wednesday, November 18th, 2020

LISTEN: ITUNES | SPOTIFY Are you overwhelmed with editing, emails, orders, mom-ing, wife-ing, housekeeping and juggling a ton of things in between in your business and home life? I was too and quickly realized I wasn’t doing any of the things my hand touched justice so 10 years ago, I changed the way I began […]

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Save Time and Your Sanity With My Exact Client Workflow Masterplan

Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

Photography Business Coach, Business Tips, Instagram Growth Hacks

LISTEN: ITUNES | SPOTIFY Do you have steps in your photography business that you follow for each client? If not, do things sometimes fall through the cracks? Perhaps it’s time to think about creating a workflow so you can create a consistent and stellar client experience each and every time.  Let’s dive in today as I take you […]

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How to Find Your Photography Niche and Why It’s Important for Profitability

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

LISTEN: ITUNES | SPOTIFY You’ve heard the phrase, “Jack of all trades, master of none,” but have you ever stopped to think about how that applies to your photography? If you haven’t heard this particular figure of speech, I may just be aging myself. It’s talking about a person that has done a little of […]

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Emergency Isolation Homeschooling Tips | Homeschooling Mom

Saturday, May 9th, 2020

Ever since everyone got sent home, my social media and my inbox have been filled with parents, guardians, and caregivers, all wondering how on earth to balance homeschooling with daily life and business. As a mom who homeschools as well as runs her own website copywriting and social media marketing business even during a time […]

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How to Gain Trust as a New Photographer

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

LISTEN: ITUNES | SPOTIFY If you’re in the beginning stages of building your photography business, you may be struggling with how to effectively gain the trust of potential clients. Communicating that you can be trusted will be the difference between having booking clients or not. Gaining customer trust is vital to your success. Being intentional […]

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What to Wear for Family Portraits | Jackson MS Family Photographer

Friday, May 1st, 2020

There have been so many changes to your family since the last set of family photographs were taken! It is officially time to update those family pictures on the wall before the kiddos grow any bigger. Every Mama gets it, trying to pull together outfits for your family portraits can sometimes feel challenging, especially for […]

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5 Steps to Pricing Your Photography Business

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020

LISTEN: ITUNES | SPOTIFY One thing that I find that photographers and small business owners in general struggle with is adequately pricing their business. On the one hand, everyone wants to be competitive in their market, but on the other hand, you also want to pay the bills without working yourself into the ground. I […]

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