Posts Tagged ‘photography education’

Post-COVID Economy – 3 Things to do now

April 16th, 2020

Worried about your photography business after the economy re-opens? What will the world even be like after the COVID-19 economic shift? People are apprehensive but also just got stimulous checks. Excited to get back to work but also worried about job security. How is that going to effect your business? Here’s are 3 things you can do RIGHT NOW to help prepare your business for the new economy:

1) ADAPT: Prior to this pandemic, people were a little quicker to splurge and could be more easily convinced to purchase. When things re-open, it’s likely people aren’t going to be so quick to part with their money. You need to make your offerings IRRESISTIBLE! Give them WHAT they wa[...]

PPA Online Learning Pass Review

December 13th, 2011

I’m WAY behind the times. Or at least I was. PPA has been offering their online learning pass for 2 years now, and I just found out. I’m sure I missed the frequent announcements from PPA about the online learning pass. Larissa says I can tune out pretty much anything – babies crying in the middle of the night, requests to pick up milk from the store, and apparently important announcements from Professional Photographers of America. Scratch that last one off the list because I finally got the message: “PPA Online Learning Pass rocks the house”.

Pass To What? PPA’s Online Learning Pass is like having a membership to the PPA webinar library. T[...]

Rod Evans APPI Seminar Review

May 31st, 2011

Let me first start by apologizing for not posting in so long. It’s been my goal to post at least once or twice each week, and until last week I had been keeping up with that goal. Unfortunately, as much as I love blogging, I love keeping our customers happy even more, so no blog post last week (as a quick tip – any blogging you do is less important than keeping customers referring others to your business).

On to Rod Evans and APPI. Amazing and amazing. Seriously, Rod rocked the show in the small town of Germantown IL. As far as I can remember, this was my first time seeing Rod speak in person, but I think I might have caught him on PhotoVision before. Not sure. H[...]