Let’s Fix The 7 Mistakes That Make Your Blog Hard To Read

Reading content from screens is already an uncomfortable experience for many people, and the competition for attention on the Internet has never been more rabid. This puts pressure on bloggers to craft a positive experience for readers each time they visit a post, but there are Seven Deadly Blogging Sins that pop up all over photographer’s blog posts making their posts difficult to read. Let’s fix them up today!

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Stop Overusing “Love” and Try These 10 Words Instead

Just about every moment of a photographer’s day is defined by love. But when the time comes to write about it in bios and blog posts, this beautiful, incredible word gets repeated over and over and over so often that it starts to lose its meaning. So, the next time you write content for your website and are tempted to use the word love, try one of these 10 words on for size instead.

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Pack Your Website With Personality in These 5 Key Places

If your homepage looks like you haven’t changed a thing since you installed the template and your headshots look like stock photos, you may be suffering from a nasty case of Imitate-itis. If you want to be a successful photographer, the answer isn’t to become a copycat. It’s to become, like, a weird little narwhal. To touch the hearts of your clients, you first have to show them yours, and here are six places you can do that on your website today!

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12 Words Better than "Happy" To Spice Up Your Blog Posts

As a photographer, you have the opportunity to commemorate some of the best moments in people’s lives, and one thing is almost universally true no matter what event you’re capturing: these images are defined by an overwhelming feeling of happiness. Breathe a little life into your blog posts or web copy by replacing the word “happy” with these more impactful, specific, emotion-filled words.

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8 Things Every Photographer's Website MUST Have

Your website is the place that will make or break that massive wedding day booking or the mountaintop destination engagement session of your dreams. You can’t predict what your clients-to-be will find important or how they make decisions, so it’s best to be prepared for any possible scenario. By including these 10 things on your website, you will be prepared for the most artsy, visually-motivated client, the most meticulous, detail-oriented client and everyone in between.

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Lose the Word "Gorgeous" & Use These 14 Words To Describe Brides Instead

Especially for well-seasoned wedding photographers, finding new ways to describe your 467th bride on her wedding day can be one of the most challenging hurdles to jump, leading to blog posts littered with tired adjectives. Reclaim the meaning in your posts by dropping the word “gorgeous” and choosing one of these more specific terms to describe your resplendent brides instead!

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One Crazy Simple Way To Boost Your SEO

Well, I don't know about you, but I certainly didn't go to school to study web design, programming or anything in the IT department. So how are we creative solopreneurs supposed to incorporate something seemingly so techie into our websites? There are a number of ways to boost your SEO, but there's one quick, simple way that often flies right under the radar.

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Setting The Scene | How To Draw Blog Readers Into Your Images Using Description

Have you noticed that your blog posts have all started sounding a little too similar? The quickest way to bring your storytelling alive and add a little spice back into your blog posts is to focus your attention on adding descriptive language. It doesn't take a master in creative writing to give readers the feeling that they are standing right next to you during a photo session. After incorporating these four tips into your blog, you will watch as the stories you tell come alive. 

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Finding Balance | Living Life For More Than The Hustle

Whether you're a CEO, stay at home mom or a freelance writer like me, finding any amount of work/life balance is absurdly illusive, and knowing where to begin is equally as challenging. There's always something that could be done...but what exactly should be done? The million dollar question. By spending a little bit of time each day in each of the categories listed below, I feel less anxious, more creative and on my way toward balance. 

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5 Things Photographers Should Always Do Before Posting A Blog

I get it. No photographer first picked up their camera because they adored writing, so producing written content can quickly become a massive headache. But by following these five important tips, any blog post will shine with professionalism, help you connect with new clients and add value to your posts. Don't publish another blog post before you follow these steps!

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