Your blog is a window into the personality of your business.
A basic website is good at providing information about who you are, what you do, how much you charge, and how to get in touch with you, but a blog offers something far more powerful – a glimpse into the living heart of why you do what you do, and the process of creating your photographic artwork.
Starting a blog can be scary for many people because they’re not sure how to start, or what to write – all totally understandable.
In fact, here’s an article on how to build your photography website and blog with WordPress, which makes it a lot easier than you might think.
But, for those who do and persist at it, the rewards are fantastic because the blog does all the heavy lifting of building connections with people, and helping them to get to know, like, and trust you over time.
However, there are pitfalls.
Blogging has a lot of moving parts, and things can occasionally go wrong. Plus, every photographer is unique, and their blogs are as unique as they are.
Inevitably, there will be mistakes (I know, because I’ve personally made all of them at one time or another).
Left uncorrected, these mistakes can seriously damage your chances of having the impact you want to make with your blog.
Fortunately, they’re all easy to fix, so let’s dive in and take a look…
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