Rachel Doran of Tell Your Tails is on the podcast this week to help you find the fun in using Instagram to grow your business.
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!
Chances are, you have a lot on your plate. Maybe you’re running a business, or working in a full-time job. So how do you keep all those balls in the air, without losing track of things or feeling overwhelmed?
This I know to be true: It costs more (and hurts more) to deal with legal problems in your business than to prevent them from occurring in the first place. That’s why Rachel Brenke of TheLawTog encourages you to get your legal pups in a row as soon as possible.
You know you get them, those annoying spam emails asking you to join different lists that are supposedly free – but then only remain free long enough to get you signed up and then they change to a paid model.
Well, this isn’t it.
Jeff Brown may have the most unique photographer origin story I’ve heard yet. And while he’s made his share of goofs—like forgetting to load the film while photographing Prince Phillip—these days, he puts his hard-won business knowledge to work as The Photographers’ Mentor.
This week I’m talking about a critical, non-negotiable habit to adopt IF you want to increase your wealth and successfully manage your money.
How do you create a personal connection with potential new clients, when their inboxes are overflowing and they’re unlikely to answer the phone? According to Australian photographer and podcast host Andrew Hellmich, the secret to standing out is video.
If your eyes glaze over when talk turns to taxes, you’re in for a happy surprise this week. Tiffany Bastian, a high-energy accountant and tax pro specifically for photographers, makes today’s episode a whole lot of fun.
This week Mikaela Vargas of Pet Marketing Unleashed sheds some light on what makes an effective website, and where to begin your web-design process.
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.
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.
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