Juggling life and a business isn’t easy and finding the time to manage your photography blog/website is generally the biggest challenge most people face when they have their own photography business. On the other hand, it can also be difficult to find cost effective ways to save time. Often getting a web developer can cost thousands and hiring another staff member is just right out of your budget. I run 2 websites and I am often looking for ways to shortcut and save time. In this post I will share with you 6 of my favourite time saving strategies. More importantly, you will also find that they are all extremely affordable. [Read more...]
There’s no getting around it. Typography is a crucial element in website design. A well selected and utilized font can add a unique voice to any visual message. If typography is not carefully considered your website’s design work is not complete. The creative use of typography has the power to enhance any photography portfolio. [Read more...]
There are more people browsing and using their mobile phones and tablets as their sole browsing device than ever before. In fact, according to Pew Research, over 56% of people in the US are using their phones for browsing regularly – needless to say a lot.
Of course, the rise of mobile browsing has meant a significant increase in photographers looking for mobile optimised sites, simply as they provide them with the best presentation of their work. [Read more...]
You’re familiar with the registry concept where people create a list of specific gift ideas for a wedding or baby shower. Companies like Target have dominated this space to the tune of $19 billion. 91% of these registries are online and couples have an average of 2.7 wedding registries. A recent NY Times article quoted a manager from Target.com stating that 30% of Target’s online business is driven by registries. Now companies are creating custom registries where people can register for services instead of products.