In today's episode, we are going to start a conversation about adding plugins to your site. We will discuss security, backups, server strain, and even a term that gets thrown around a ton, bloat.
Your photography website will attract the clients you want, if only you show what you want in your clients.
In this post, we’ll introduce you to the benefits of NextGEN Pro’s e-commerce feature. Then we’ll provide step-by-step instructions on setting up automated print ordering with NextGEN Pro. Let’s get started!
In this episode, Scott talks about site speed and its importance for SEO these days. He also talks about a real world test to determine how fast your site really is.
Should photographers charge tax on prints? Yes, technically photographers should be charging sales tax on printed products.
Wedding photographers, more than anyone, know print labs. They know which are fast, which color correct, which handle packaging the best and so much more. At first glance, it might appear that each professional print offers unique products. But once you dive deeper you'll find that the majority of the labs out there offer the same products. The same wood prints, metal prints, paper prints, canvas prints, gift prints, etc.
In this episode, Scott talks with Eric Rosenberg about essential finance tasks every photographer should be doing in their businesses.
A lot of questions came into the support box after announcement lab integration inside of NextGEN Pro. So we compiled the top questions so far and are sharing them here.
Automated Print Fulfillment is here! NextGEN Pro’s ecommerce system has always supported the sale of manual prints and digital downloads. Now, print orders can be fulfilled and shipped by Automated Print Fulfillment to customers through White House Custom Colour, one of the leading print labs in the United States. Photographers can now do everything they need on WordPress.
In this episode, Scott talks with Kylee Ann about her blogging strategy and how she used it to gain Chuck Norris as a client. We also discuss her move to ShowIt and how she could have avoided it by sticking with WordPress.