Your photography website has never been more important.
Even if your social media game is amazing, your business website is where potential clients will check out your work, read about who you are, and decide if you are the kind of photographer they want to trust with their project.
It is all about making a connection. Indeed, your domain name, logo, and design are essential. Still, your website’s psychology and subliminal messages will determine if that potential client leaves your site or clicks on your contact page.
In other words — we need to talk about how you should design your website. Do you need a logo, and what pages and information do you need to include in your photography website?
What you will learn:
- What should be included in your website.
- The importance of a good domain name and great hosting.
- The psychology behind connecting with new clients.
- How to make sure people find your website.
- How to master the dreaded “About Me” page.
- Prices – to include them or not to have them.
- …and so much more!
If you want to create more demand for YOU and your photography, and if you’re going to develop a better understanding of how to structure a photography website that will build more interest in your work and help you connect with new clients, this presentation is for you.
Details About This Photography Presentation by Joe Edelman
Duration: 90 minutes with time for Q&A
Available as an In-Person or Virtual Presentation. This can also be presented as a 3 – 4 hour hands-on workshop.
Photographers of all skill levels and genres. This excellent Camera Club talk can be presented in person or virtually.
Set up Needed:
In-Person: This presentation requires the use of a digital projector and screen or a large-screen TV with an HDMI connection.
Virtual: This presentation works very well virtually. I can host up to 100 people via ZOOM or present on your organization’s account. The presentation is made from a professional Livestream studio with professional lighting and sound.