For anyone feeling distracted or out of sorts lately, or like you aren’t yet living your best life (I think that covers all of us?), tune in and try out some of the suggestions from this meaty episode!
Hair of the dog Podcast
Weekly conversations to help pet photographers excel
Welcome to the hair of the dog podcast
Are you ready to grow your business so that you can finally live the life of YOUR design? At the Hair of the Dog Podcast, we help pet photographers make more money.
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Below you’ll find all of our podcasts, starting with the most recently launched.
A master of working with natural light, Charlotte joins me in this week’s episode to talk about choosing session locations, making the most out of them, and why we’ll all want to move to Queensland after listening to this episode.
In this episode, I’m diving into my *all-time favorite* way to build a pet photography business: charitable marketing.
In today’s episode, Kim joins me to talk about client inquiries, branding, and how to reliably turn leads into sales.
International award-winning photographer Craig Turner-Bullock is a bit dubious about calling himself an award-winning photographer. Find out why, and pocket some sage advice on developing your own creative style from the masterful New Zealand artist, teacher and mentor behind Furtography.
This episode is a short and sweet check-in, to get you thinking about how to handle your business in these next few months once Peak COVID-19 has passed.
In this episode, I chat with Shelley about her decision to niche down and focus exclusively on horses, and the explosive growth her business experienced once her energy was channeled into that seemingly narrow arena.
This week’s episode is a conversation with portrait photographer and business coach Luci Dumas, whose photography business has survived six—count ’em, SIX!—recessions over the last 38 years, and emerged stronger after every single one. Luci, whose superpowers include consistently notching high-dollar sales, shares with us what she’s learned about thriving in challenging times and offers some fantastic lockdown-friendly marketing strategies.
On this episode I’m joined by Caitlin McColl, one of our beloved pet photographers Down Under. In addition to running Ragamuffin Pet Photography and co-hosting the Pet Photographer’s Club podcast, Caitlin leads a brilliant program called From Concept to Coffee Table, designed to teach pet photographers how to build their client base through self-published books.
If you’re feeling like this is a golden opportunity to work on your pet photography business but don’t know where to start, this episode’s for you. In it, I take you through fifty awesome ideas for improving your business that you can do from the comfort of home.
In this episode, my guest this week is Marika Moffitt of Dirtie Dog Photography, who shares how forging relationships with other pet-lovers in her Seattle community led to a total transformation of her business.
In this episode, I chat with Shaleena Jones of Give a Dog a Bone Photography about her journey from an all-digital, bargain-basement-price model to a boutique business, and about the lessons she’s learned along the way.