Photo Business Topics
- Protecting Photographer Rights…Integrity Starts with You
- Rejection is part of the photo business game…self-pity isn’t.
- Photo business differentiation: I thought the the ocean was blue. Nope. It’s red.
- Photography Business Promotional Strategy – Communications Tools
- Photography Business Promotional Strategy – Budgeting Approaches
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Whether you’re launching your first independent photo venture or re-visiting an old flame, you’ll end up realizing that most segments are pretty loaded with competition. How you strategically differentiate yourself as a photographer will greatly enhance your chances for success regardless … Continue reading
Most professional photographers will agree that differentiation of your photo skills and subsequent specialization of your photo service offerings is key to sustainability & success. However, there are probably some varied opinions out there regarding when to specialize. Some would probably argue … Continue reading
No, I’m not talking about the tender form of physical affection shared between loved ones, nor am I talking about the Gene Simmons extremely wet and likely less than tender form of physical affection, I’m talking about – Keep It Simple … Continue reading
Conducting your own SWOT analysis — Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats — in a manner that is objective and uncompromisingly honest will give you a good perspective on where you should focus your talents and resources. Yeah, I know…you’re an … Continue reading
Pareto’s Law, designed by 19th century Italian economist, Vilfredo Pareto, is better known as the 80/20 rule. Originally, it was designed to demonstrate the disparity in societal wealth, stating that 80% of wealth is created and kept by 20% of society. Pareto’s ratio … Continue reading