1 Social Media = Inquiries 2 Social Media Timesavers 3 Tracking Social Media 4 Vendor Relationships 5 Assessing The Competition 6 Free Marketing Ideas 7 Word of Mouth 8 Paid Advertising 9 Handling The Inquiry 10 The Phone Inquiry 11 The Email Inquiry 12 The In-Person Meeting 13 Millennial Shoppers 14 Relocating
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I love “Put on real pants.” This is my biggest challenge. Not pants, haha, but going out to meet people in real life.
Susan what was the name of the company in Canada you hired to handle your online listings and social media for you?
Whitespark! They help me with online listings, but they don’t manage social media.
Susan – in a world of light and airy ‘film’ / style me pretty / jose villa heavy photography, how on earth do you market your style? I’ve been noticing a sharp decline in client base since just last year, and am freaking out.
Hi there! This question was answered in the Q&A video today, 9.9.16! Just wanted to let you know!
Susan, is the year book consists of weddings from one venue in particular or multiple venues?
Last year, I started creating specific vendor galleries on my Smugmug site with high-res images from weddings that I think may be useful to them. I’ve emailed these galleries to the vendors to let them know that they are free to use the images. I’m just curious what you think of this idea and if you have any ideas for improving this process! In addition to this, I also make sure to tag images of these vendors on FB. Thank you!