Today we are celebrating 100 episodes of WordPress education, around 3 years of this podcast and of course, we are celebrating WordPress.
This is The WordPress Photography Podcast presented by Imagely. My name is Scott Wyden Kivowitz and I am your host and the Chief Community Officer here at Imagely. This is the podcast for photographers looking to learn and do more with their WordPress photography websites. Conversations tailored to making WordPress more than just a tool and more of a part of your photography business. With that said, this podcast goes way beyond WordPress. It is marketing, online marketing, photography websites. That is what we celebrate, teach and discuss in every episode. Click subscribe or follow wherever you listen to podcasts.
Historically Imagely would not be impacted by a pandemic like what we are experiencing with the COVID-19 virus. But with automated print fulfillment, there will be some delays for customers.
Let’s start this image SEO refresher by covering the fundamentals. Those SEO hygiene factors that are well under our control and can be considered table stakes for good visibility in image search.
Hulafrog surveyed a lot of local businesses and found that 80% of local businesses spend money on ads. However, 60% have a limited budget. That's why we wanted to share some of the advice from Hulafrog, and our own advice, to help you determine where what, why, and how to advertise in various places.
If you are going to make a photography website for your business or whatever the reason is, you need to avoid a few common mistakes that most beginners usually make. In this article, we will share 10 mistakes to avoid when building a photography website.
In this episode Scott talks to Aaron Nace of PHLEARN about optimizing images for the web and advice for photographers traveling with only an iPad.
Sharing your favorite photography tools and industry tips provides valuable content for your site's visitors and helps establish your authority in the field. Plus, by signing up for relevant affiliate programs, you can also use your Resources page to earn passive income.
In this episode we talk with Alex Vita about SEO and user experience, blogging, image optimization and more.
Your portfolio can go a long way in helping you demonstrate your skills and land new clients. However, if you don't have a photography e-commerce site, you’re missing out on an opportunity to grow your business.