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Marketing your work online has never been as important for photographers as it is today. So, how does one go about increasing the visual value of their work on their WordPress website? The short answer is that you need to start using a WordPress Gallery plugin.
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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.