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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.
WordPress is an effective and powerful platform on its own. However, failing to invest in some quality photography site plugins to extend its native features could limit the design and functionality of your website.
As a photographer, you understand the old adage "a picture’s worth a thousand words". It’s why you spend time and effort honing your craft and editing your work for clients. However, if you’re like many in the industry, you might forget to apply that attentive approach to your website.
If you want to start a photography business, choosing an area of specialty can be beneficial. Unfortunately, the type of work you’re most passionate about may not be the most lucrative. If you want to be financially successful as a photographer, it’s helpful to focus on growing industries.
Your website is a vital component of your photography business. However, simply showcasing your photographs online isn’t enough to guarantee sales. If you want your photography site to reach a wide audience and generate revenue, you need a plan for driving traffic to it.
Black Friday & Cyber Monday are here, and we at Imagely want to share with you some of the best photography offers on the Internet. That's why we compiled this amazing list of photography sales only for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
See how much you can save by switching from your current photo eCommerce solution to NextGEN Pro by using the comparison tool here. Today we wanted to share with you a new tool that we put together to show you just how much money you could actually save each year by switching from your current photo eCommerce solution to NextGEN Pro.
Should photographers charge tax on prints? Yes, technically photographers should be charging sales tax on printed products.
It's true. Every day more and more people are using their phones to look for products and services online. If you look at your Google Analytics, with a historical view,…