What I learned from interviewing over 50 photographers

June 18, 2020

2 min read

The Biggest Problem:

Time Management

Between uploading photos to the blog, editing in Lightroom, homeschooling the kids, and remembering to post at 12:01 pm on Instagram time is always limited. Some tasks are worth doing yourself - others not so much.

2nd Biggest Problem:

Getting around to working on their websites

Many have WordPress sites requiring updates, plugins, and an esoteric knowledge of Google SEO algorithms. Others want a FloTheme or Squarespace template. Rarely anyone was satisfied.

Is a website ever finished?

Something we all know but hate saying:

Instagram is an abusive friend.

The more effort you put in, the less you get out. And Instagram always whispering, “Where else are you gonna go?”

Finally…

Everyone’s jumping-off point looks different. Some have other full-time jobs, some have kids, some do this for fun. But everyone does it because they love it!

Thanks for reading!

Learn How to Charge $10,000 for a Wedding

I'm Jordan P. Anderson,

I've been freelancing over the last 8 years as a marketing specialist and content creator.

I help photographers who HATE marketing.

I want every photographer out there to get their hands on this pricing checklist because I've struggled for years with setting my prices and I wish I had this checklist when I was first starting my company.

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