read along as I learn the art and business of wedding and portrait photography
First of all… if you have a website you should be using Google Analytics. It will help you see how visitors are finding your website. For example, it told me that somebody found my page after searching “child photographers st louis“.
Curious to see how many pages down the list this person clicked to find my link, I went to google and did the search myself. This is what I found on page 1:
How cool is this?!?!?!?!
I don’t know how this happened so fast!
I can’t say enough about Facebook and social networking either. I got a call on Thursday from a guy who saw my pictures on another friend of mine’s profile. It’s a genius marketing tool for photographers.
Instead of typing it twice, I’ll just link to the post I wrote about the guy who called and what I did with The Studio.
Here’s a picture too:
Also I’ve been working on my first Album…. benjamintrevor.com/album-test-page. I’m designed it to be made by Irisbook. Abbie Rudolph and Katherine Corea gave me some super special tips and suggestions (which I have yet do anything with… I’ve been busy with the studio this week).
And finally, benjamintrevor.com/animoto-test-page. I’d heard of Animoto before, but I gotta give Bart Lillie props. After I saw what he did with it, I had to give it a try too.
That’s it for today.
Thanks for reading!