Photographers are entrepreneurs!
You should figure out different ways to market yourself if you want to become known as a professional.
Everyone starts as an unknown amateur, and the most significant gap between a professional (or a known photographer) and an amateur (an unknown photographer) isn’t the gear they’re using or the style of their photos.
The thing that matters is whether you are letting the public know that you exist. That in itself is an art form, and it doesn’t come easily to everyone.
Ludmila Borošová has written us a guide to networking for the photographer. This eBook will present you with some solid advice on how to get your work known.
She will cover…
- What is word of mouth in marketing?
- What is networking, and how can you start doing it?
- How is networking connected to the butterfly effect?
Ludmila tells us, “The most significant jump in my photography career wasn’t when I started running ads. It was when people started booking me (even though I didn’t reach any of their virtual channels) because others recommended me.”
That’s the power of networking!
It’s time for you to get noticed.
Get your free copy here.
Photo Credit: Ludmila Borošová