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Continued Innovation It’s November, and that means new iPads are coming! Apple is not alone in working tirelessly to improve their products. Our new email promotions feature makes stickyalbums better than ever at BOOKING YOU MORE CLIENTS! (Request Beta Access Here) Email is one of the most effective yet – under utilized – tactics available [...]

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Last month, we were looking at StickyAlbum viewing stats and noted an album that had been viewed over 600 times.  Naturally we were interested in hearing more about it so we contacted the album’s creators, Dana and Spencer Rogers from Edenhurst Studio in Chicago. We learned that the StickyAlbum contained images from a Mad Men [...]

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Heather Donlan is the owner of Heather Donlan Photography, a portrait & commercial studio in Naples, Florida.  Heather specializes in beach portraiture, but has recently been recognized for her fine-art photography in The Everglades.  More than 50% percent of her clients are “destination clients” meaning that they come to Naples for vacation or have a [...]

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We’re excited to have Jeffrey Shaw back today. For the past two weeks, he’s shared his Shoot & Serve business model and today, he continues along that same line and talks about how changing your perspective can and will change your business. “Instead of thinking BUILD it and they will come, think INVITE them and [...]

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In part two of his interview with Nate, Jeffrey Shaw talks more about how serving your clients well will set you apart from the competition and shares his approach to selling more than just digital files. “I’m not interested in providing my clients with digital files they’ll never use.  That’s not service.” Jeffrey encourages photographers [...]

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We’re excited to introduce you to Jennifer Shore. Jennifer lives and works in a sleepy sea-side town on Boston’s north shore. Her work is beautiful and her business is inspiring. Tell us how you got started in photography I think I always knew that I would be taking photographs in a major way one day [...]

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Jeffrey Shaw has been a portrait photographer for 30 years.  He’s watched the industry change dramatically in that time, but one thing has remained true.  In a competitive environment, how you serve your clients is what will set you apart from the competition. “Big Corporations are trying to make themselves look small.  We’re already there…the [...]

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“StickyAlbums adds to my business in so many ways…client’s aren’t necessarily going to share those (boudoir) images on Facebook…but men love having them on their devices and women want to share them with friends.  Word of mouth is my favorite way to be marketed and it makes that super easy.”   Christa Meola was recently [...]

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I think it’s safe to assume that most of us have had a client say they’re going to order an image “big, at least an 8×10″. “People think an 8×10 is huge until they see it on their wall and realize it looks like a postage stamp.” It used to be that unless you did [...]

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We’re excited to introduce you to September’s Member of the Month, Jennifer Tallerico, the artist behind JT.Noir. Jennifer, tell us a little about yourself and how you got started in photography. I’m originally from NYC but I moved to Florida for college. Although my career was in engineering, I was always creating stories and shooting [...]

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