Your photography business needs a tagline, but it has to be easy to understand and catchy.
In this episode we talk with Jan Koch about identifying areas of your photography site to improve conversions. We discuss Google Analytics, Microsoft Clarity and more. You will also learn about WordPress agencies and how they can help your site.
Offering image commenting on your photography website helps you boost engagement and improve transparency. Learn why (and how) to add this key feature!
In this episode, we share a discussion between Scott and Jed on behalf of WHCC's podcast, This Conversation. You will walk away from the 25-minute conversation will some really good, actionable advice for your photography website.
A painting can be very tricky to photograph, as it presents a number of unique considerations for the photographer. With just a few simple tips, however, you can create professional-quality representations of the painting, perfect for prints, submitting your art for exhibitions or galleries, or just to share your work online.
In this episode we talk with Jamie Rose about the Pivots and Shifts she has experienced in her photography business. Jamie offers insights into ways you can pivot a photography business to recoup and grow a photography business during the pandemic, instead of closing the doors.
If you have not already set up Microsoft Clarity now at the time to do so. If you've ever heard of heatmaps or click tracking or visitor recording, that's exactly what Microsoft Clarity is.
Having a visually-appealing photography website and a strong social media presence should be a recipe for success. Social media can increase traffic to your website, while providing social proof of…
Today we are sharing some incredible news during Cyber Week here at Imagely. Listen to this episode to learn about our new product release and huge Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale.
We've enhanced the NextGEN Gallery uploader to be lighter, faster, and extendable. Here is a realtime look at an upload of 77 images at nearly 200MB total, to a live server on a live website. The uploader can perform up to 500% faster than the previous uploader, depending on your server and WordPess setup, and it uploads your images in parallel instead of individually.