The 3 things that stop your marketing from working
Here’s an extract from our recent webinar which talked about why keeping your profile high is so important in a tough economic climate, and one of the main things you can do to keep attracting new clients and photography commissions to your business.
This 5 minute video tells you what our webinar covered and also tells you the three things that commercial photographers most often get wrong, which can affect how well their profile and marketing works for them.
New December date
We’re repeating this webinar in full on Tuesday December 11th at 9:30am GMT.
The session is live, presented by Tim and myself, and includes a live Q&A session afterwards.
You can register here
What people said.
We had a great attendance for this webinar, and many photographers got in touch with us after the event to say how useful it had been for them.
Here are selections of their comments:
“Many thanks, the webinar reinforced many of the things I was thinking as well as giving me a lot more to think about! Look forward to the next one.
“Thank you Gabrielle and Tim,
Very much appreciated! The presentation was interesting, definitely worth to stay in touch!
“Hi GAbrielle and Tim
Got me thinking
Although the seminar went over some of the marketing points you covered in our earlier conversation, the structured, more methodical method of presentation was a helpful follow-up, so it was well worth attending. The Q&A afterwards was interesting too.
“Hi Gabrielle & Tim,
I enjoyed your seminar. I asked you a question about connecting with people on Linkedin which you answered. There was some great content in your presentation. It is a tough market here in the San Francisco Bay Area as well and I think we sometimes get too consumed with looking for the perfect solution. Your comment that “there is no magic formula” helped me to put things back into perspective.
I plan to stick with LinkedIn and emailing as my main marketing tools with some cold calling and persistence to help.
“Just wanted to say thanks for the presentation last week, I really enjoyed it and got some useful tips from it.