Starting and building a photography business is a big challenge, and it’s easy to lose a sense of balance between work and home life. Listen in to this consultation today as host Nathan Holritz helps photographer Meredith Detchantala with some principles that will help her juggle business and family life more effectively!
Building a business is overwhelming enough without having to deal with mountains of email communication with potential clients and existing clients. But what if you could streamline email management so that you’re only spending a fraction of the time in your inbox each week? Tune in to this episode with photographer Danielle Blewitt to learn how!
There’s no question that starting and running a photography business can be quite time-consuming, but fortunately, there are incredible resources that will enable new photography business owners to cut those work hours by as much as 30%! Listen in to this conversation with Colie James to learn more!
SEO for the sake of lead generation is such a loaded topic that it can be overwhelming to even begin to consider! Listen in to episode 22 with new photographer Liv Farnsworth as we chat with SEO specialist Feuza Reis about the first steps to setting up a photography business for SEO success!
Getting a new business off the ground takes lots of hard work and time, and yet part of the reason we get into business for ourselves is to have more freedom and flexibility in life! How can you put the necessary work into growing a business while still having a life? Listen in to this conversation with Jenna Henderson to learn how!
It’s so easy to just follow what everyone else is doing. It’s comfortable, predictable, and when already dealing with the uncertainty of starting a new business – one less point of stress. But what if there was a way to take a different path than most without the associated fear? Listen in to episode 20 with Dorie Howell for tips and strategies for trying something new – and being different!
“The beauty of being self-employed is making your own rules and creating a business that fits your life and brings you joy.” (Kate Hejde, Noobie Podcast Episode 19)
In Episode 19 of The Noobie Podcast, Kate Hejde joins us to share why chasing what everyone else is doing does not work when trying to create YOUR business. Listen in to hear how Kate realized that by identifying values for herself and her business she was able to build a photography brand that worked for her.
Are you looking for new ways to connect with others in the industry? Have you considered networking as a way to grow and scale your business?
In Episode 18 of The Noobie Podcast, LaJoy Cox dives into the topic of networking and the power that it can offer photographers, whether you are new to the industry or have an established business. Tune in as we chat about the importance of cultivating connections and relationships, as well as specific ways that you can make changes in your business, through networking, that will lead to growth!
Are you struggling to attract your target client? Do you feel like you’re screaming into the void, trying to book anyone and everyone that needs a photographer?
In Episode 17 of The Noobie Podcast, John Mansfield discusses his journey toward realizing that he is not his target client and that the clients he now serves in his business have different needs, desires, and pain points. Tune in as we chat about ways that you can shift your mindset by creating a mental picture of your target client, changing the portfolio that you’re sharing, changing the way you manage a session or wedding, and more!
Have you just launched your photography business and found yourself relying on friends and family for its growth and success? Are you frustrated that they aren’t choosing you as their photographer when the need comes along or that they may not be garnering the attention that you had hoped for?
In Episode 16 of The Noobie Podcast, Hollery Morris offers practical advice on things you can do to move away from relying on family and friends for the success of your business. Tune in as we chat about managing your expectations when it comes to the behavior of those closest to us and understanding who your target market is, so that you can provide an experience that is specific to them.