This short episode is your reminder to not freak out if there are cheaper pet photographers in your market! Choose your business model with intention, be strategic, be visible, offer value, and guess what? You’ll find success.
All about the business of pet photography
Looking for tips on starting and running your pet photography business? From workflow to customer service to copyright, you’ve come to the right place!
This week, Mandi Pratt from Greyboy Pet Prints and I talk about best practices for offering gift certificates, showing appreciation for your best clients, and why you should think twice before publicly posting holiday sales.
Today is the first day of our live Hair of the Dog Summit online, so we’re currently over there, soaking up all the trainings from our fantastic summit speakers.
This week, Shelley joins me to talk about what’s changed in the world of video, and how you can take advantage of video’s emotional power—both for increased reach in your marketing efforts and to create a better experience for your clients.
This week, Heather and I hope to convince you that if someone in your market is willing to pay you for photography, then forpetessake LET THEM PAY YOU!!!
Creating beautiful images and high-end products aren’t always enough to truly offer your clients a high-end service. Join me on the Great Lobby Search of 2021.
What do you do when your to-do list is miles and miles long and you are feeling that there is no possible way that you will be able to complete all of these tasks? You fill up the soap.
This week I’m boiling down over a decade in business into five essential takeaways. If you’re newer in business or an aspiring pet photographer, consider these hard-won lessons a head start on your path.
This week, as we creep toward a major podcast milestone, I look back at both the humble beginnings and the happy evolution of Hair of the Dog.
This week we talk about workflow in general and Dubsado specifically, including why and how you might make the leap.
Quality matters – and sorry Hydrox, but you just don’t cut it when I’m expecting Oreos! Today I’m crying in my ice cream about the lack of cookies in my cookies and cream.This isn’t just about the ice cream though, this also applies to how we run our photography business.
Would you like some ice today? That’s a regular question when checking in at our boat club on Lake Norman – and a service that they could 100% charge for! However, they don’t. What extras are you offering in your business to surprise and delight your clients?
All Podcast Categories
Dog and horse photography skill-building tips
Photoshop and Lightroom tips and tricks
Pricing & Sales
Pricing sessions & products, and selling both
Starting up, workflow, copyright and more
How to find clients and get your calendar booked
Mindset strategies for a successful business