Have you ever thought to yourself that there is absolutely no way you could command high prices when you live in a small town? Do you feel like your market is just too small for you to be wildly successful? THINK AGAIN. Jason Marino, along with his wife & business partner Joanne, run the highly…Continue readingRunning a Successful Studio in a Small Market with Jason Marino
Rachel Brenke of The LawTog & the host of the Business Bites podcast joins Christine Tremoulet to share her insights on Intellectual Property Law and how it impacts us as photographers. From Trademarks to Copyright, you need to know about these things so that you can protect yourself and the digital assets that you create.…Continue readingThe Importance of Protecting Your Business with The LawTog, Rachel Brenke – Episode 2
My guest Dave Moss & I discuss why it is imperative that you decide what your version of success looks like for you and your business, the power of coaching for professional photographers, and the results of Dave’s survey of nearly 200 professional photographers, and the one thing that 92% of them said they are…Continue readingThe One Thing You’re Not Doing for Success in Your Business with Dave Moss – Episode 1
Jamie Larson, founder of The Snap Society, joins me today to discuss the things you must do in your business before you raise your rates. Jamie lives in Denver, Colorado with her family, but started her photography business about 10 years ago while they were living in San Antonio, Texas. As her business grew and…Continue readingEpisode 21 – Things You Must Do in Your Business Before Raising Your Rates with Jamie Larson
Imagine you had to go get a corporate job tomorrow, working for a major company. (Did anyone else just feel the chill in here, or is it just me?) Payday rolls around, and your boss tells you that you can’t have your paycheck until you go and tell TEN PEOPLE about the company. What your…Continue readingWhat if Your Boss Made You Talk About Your Business?
When a client contacts you, they are hoping that you are the one. That looks so simple, but read it again. When a client contacts you, they are hoping that you are the one. They want you to be the person that they will hire. The one that will solve their problems, that will fix…Continue readingWhat Exactly Are Clients Hoping For When They Contact You?
People buy from people that they like. More importantly, people buy from people that they CONNECT with. That connection occurs when you are vulnerable and share your personal experiences with your clients. Are you giving me something to connect with you over? Are you sharing personal posts on your blog? A view of your day-to-day…Continue readingWhy Personal Storytelling is Critical On Your Business Blog
If I took your website and made an outfit out of it, and told you to wear it, would you be willing to put it on? Right now, if I went to my closet and picked out an outfit, there is a very good chance that it would involve me wearing either a black top…Continue readingWould You Want to Wear Your Website? Branding Thoughts