5 Ways to Increase Your Bookings

There’s nothing more infuriating than an empty calendar. With the past few months offering unexpected closures and obstacles, we could all use a boost in our bookings. Here are 5 ways to increase your bookings and revenue without lowering prices or increasing marketing spend.

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Episode 105 – Are You On The Right Path?

Page builders are a funny thing. At first glance, you most likely think that they will make your life easier as a website owner. The fact that you can design your site however you want with a beautiful drag and drop interface. But in reality, many of these things are causing some harm to your site. Nothing that is irreproachable of course. But some, more than others, can not only confuse you in your WordPress experience but can also cause an immense amount of work down the road. In this episode, we touch on the topic of page builder plugins for WordPress.

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Announcing the 2019-2020 Imagely Fund Winners

The two Imagely Fund winners for the 2019-2020 grant cycle Peter Chadwick and Mary Calvert. It represents the 7th offering of the Fellowship, the first year for two grants, and $40,000 towards amazing environmental and humanitarian projects so far!

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Episode 104 – Your Sent Emails

A very popular issue that comes up in many WordPress forums, groups and even the Imagely support inbox are about how emails are sent. Depending on your host and how the server is set up, emails could come from an address you do not want to be used. You can adjust this with one easy free plugin. In this episode, we discuss the plugin.

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Announcing a New Chapter for Imagely

We're excited to share some big news: Imagely has a new owner and leader! Nathan Singh, a seasoned investor, and entrepreneur with deep knowledge of the WordPress gallery plugin market is taking the helm. Imagely will continue to have the same great team and the same goal of being the standard for photographers on WordPress. But we'll be even better positioned for success. Here, we'd like to review the news and talk a bit more about what will change (and what won't) in the coming months.

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