In this episode, we discuss what we believe are three essential security items you need to consider for your photography studio. We touch on the network, credentials, and physical security.
Many photographers are losing their photo jobs or lost their feeling of creativity. For those looking to get out of the creative rut, a new platform is available. James Maher's Photo Salon is a fantastic way to meet other photographers like you, complete your portfolio or photo project and much more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this episode we talk with Marika Moffitt about the Pivots and Shifts she has experienced in her pet photography business. Marika 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.
In this episode we talk with the one and only Skip Cohen about the Pivots and Shifts he has seen happening in the photography industry. Skip offers insights into the things you can do during the pandemic to help your photography business.
In this episode, Scott talks with photographer and attorney, Rachel Brenke, about the changing photography industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, they talk about things photographers should be doing to protect themselves from possible future problems that could arise.
In this episode, Scott asks a very important question. Have you given up on WordPress? Being that you are tuning in to this episode and that WordPress runs a third of the Internet, we imagine you have not given up on it. However, we know you likely have some concerns and frustrations. We want to hear about them.