Your potential photography clients have a problem.
They’re trying to find a photographer for their portraits, wedding, or commercial job, but they can’t find you in the search engine results if you don’t use the right photography keywords as part of your website SEO strategy.
I see and hear the end result of this problem every day!
For example, “Google hates me!” is something I hear often from photographers seeking help with their websites, usually with the burning question: “Why is it that when people want to find a photographer they can’t find me in the search engines? I thought I had the right photography keywords in place but it’s not working!”
They’re not alone with this problem, and I’m sure you’ve asked yourself the same thing on more than one occasion.
But the fact is, it doesn’t matter what type of photography you’re selling, Google is the great equalizer, and everyone is subject to the same golden rule:
No one can hire you, or buy from you, if they can’t find you…
If you want your clients to come to you when they go to Google to find a photographer, then you not only need the right photography keywords, you also need to know where to place them.
In this section, I’ll show you how to make sure you choose the photography keywords to help your prospects find a photographer you know they’ll be thrilled with – you.
And it’s much easier than you might think…
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