Today we’re going to chat about how to have a great photographer’s website.
In this solo episode, we cover
- Why the online website experience your client has is important
- The elements of great layout
- Why your portfolios should be reachable in one or two clicks
- How many images to have in your portfolio
- The difference between having contact info available vs. a contact form
- The role that mobile devices play these days
- What makes a great About Page
- Some SEO tips
- Technical details: selling and file delivery options
- PhotoShelter – a great option. Easy-to-build websites for photographers, affordable, and they stay on top of the industry. In fact, they are constantly putting out free guides.
- If you want to hear directly from previous Photoshelter users, visit episodes 170 (Darina Kopcok) and 165 (Drew Gurian).
PhotoShelter gives people and organizations easy ways to manage their photos – from delivering, storing, selling, sharing – all from one place. Their platform offers simple and smart ways to share, store, deliver and sell your highest quality work. They handle the biggest files and solve some of the biggest business challenges for professional photographers.
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