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New VIDEO — “Basic SEO For Wedding Photographers”
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Learn how to meet with brides and grooms for wedding photography in initial client consultations. I prefer a non-salesy approach, and prefer to focus on clients getting to know me!

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5 Comments

  1. Hanna Emily Brown
    June 18, 2015
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    This is so GREAT Jamie! I just had a meeting a few days ago and I was SO nervous and wondered if I'd ever get over being so nervous before a meeting with a bride and groom. Thanks you for this! 🙂

  2. Mark Ross
    June 22, 2015
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    Great video!!!! I can barely imagine you being shy and introverted!!!

    I do have a question. I watched a video where photographer Sal Cincotta talked with a couple other photographers about the business of photography and said it's a big no no to put a price list on a website. He said if you do that, potential clients are simply comparing your price list to the person down the street, instead of putting value on your work. Other photographers are saying that putting pricing on your website makes you look cheap…and yet you find photographers who will put their prices of 10 grand or more. I checked your website and you have a "starting at" price and it obviously has never gotten in the way of your bringing in business. I just wanted your opinion. It seems that the general public, in general really WANTS a price list on the photographer's website, while the photographers that are making a nice full-time living keep a bit of mystery until the face to face meeting with the client. And about pricing, I read that you should price your work the way you value it, NOT based on what you, personally could afford. Thoughts??

  3. BubblePopTv
    July 7, 2015
    Reply

    Love your vids

  4. Jennifer Gonzalez
    March 25, 2018
    Reply

    You're such a blessing!

  5. Michelle Cox Photography
    March 29, 2018
    Reply

    Great topic for a video. This is a huge deal for new photographers and a great thing to cover. Consultations are scary at the beginning! ha

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