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.
In this episode, Scott talks with Kylee Ann about her blogging strategy and how she used it to gain Chuck Norris as a client. We also discuss her move to ShowIt and how she could have avoided it by sticking with WordPress.
This is the last episode for season 3 of the WordPress Photography Podcast. Please excuse the poor audio in this episode. I am displaced from my studio for a few weeks as it's repaired from water damage. So I recorded this episode using my headphones and cleaned it up as much as I could.
We are extremely excited to launch our 7th annual Imagely Fund which offers $5,000 to one environmental and one humanitarian photographer to use toward an interesting and meaningful project.
In today's episode, we wanted to share two awesome tips for speeding up your content creation workflow inside the new block editor of WordPress. The first is the quick saving…