Are you a photographer who is having trouble getting new clients?
If so, do you have your own website?
Now, that doesn’t mean a Facebook page. A Facebook page is great for getting yourself out there and engaging on social media, but it doesn’t reach your entire potential online audience.
Why? You may ask.
Because potential clients and followers want to be able to visit a professional website to learn more about your brand.
You see, many people in your Facebook audience aren’t ready to book your photography services yet. They may ‘like’ your photos and posts, but will still want to know more about you before they are ready to pay to hire you.
If you think having your contact information on your Facebook page is enough to convince clients to book with you, you’re leaving behind a large portion of your audience. This is where a professional website comes in.
Your website should be an extension of your social media accounts, and vice...
There are several website builders out there that you can use to create your professional photography page. Choosing the right one for you depends on the features you want and the usability you are most comfortable with. Below are the top 5 website builders for photographers and the main characteristics of each one.
Squarespaces wins a lot of points for being easy to use. Many themes come included with Squarespace, and its drag-and-drop feature makes building a website simple even for beginners. Moreover, Squarespace is relatively affordable and their templates are optimized for mobile devices.
However, if you want your website to be more customizable, Squarespace may not be the best choice since outside integrations are difficult to implement.
Squarespace pricing starts as low 12 dollars a month when billed yearly for a site to host a portfolio or 18 dollars a month billed yearly for the business option that allows a business to sell products...