Jason Groupp was originally a wedding and engagement photographer in New York City but is now a family portrait photographer in St. Louis. At the age of 51, Jason is starting over with a new genre of photography, in a new location of the country. In this episode, Scott talks to Jason about branding and rebranding at his age.
If you have less than 10,000 followers on Instagram then you cannot natively do a swipe up inside of an Instagram Story. But there is a workaround that anyone can utilize. In this episode, we will show you exactly how to do it.
In today's episode, we dive a little deeper into what was discussed in Episode 92 and 93. We talk to Christine Tremoulet about Instagram marketing, and hear her advice for focusing on local networking and engagement for increased business.
In today's episode, we dive a little deeper into what was discussed in Episode 92. We look at three tools that are designed to help save you time and to be strategic on Instagram.
In this episode, Scott talks with Devin Robinson about actionable Instagram strategies, what's working, and how you can make things happen on Instagram today.
In today's episode, we are going to share three things your photography business needs, and an introduction to the new blog series.
For the first time ever in WordPress, professional photographers can have their prints automatically fulfilled and delivered to their customers. The first lab we have integrated with is WHCC (White House Custom Colour) with others on the way. What makes this so special is the way NextGEN Gallery and NextGEN Pro handle print sales and the lab that’s printing and delivering them.
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.
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.
In this episode, Scott talks with Eric Rosenberg about essential finance tasks every photographer should be doing in their businesses.