Starting up a Photography Business? Or even if you’re planning to open a photography business in the future?
While you’re still working on perfecting your photography skills and building up your equipment lineup, start marketing and branding with the following…
- Decide if your legal name is good enough for public viewing, what do I mean by that I mean ask yourselves is it easy to read, spell, and pronounce? Does it sound catchy? Would it be easy or difficult to build a logo around the name? Decide do you want your name to be the name of your company or do you want to make up a name like for example “Perfect Images” with no person/individual names being used.
- Setup a dedicated, professional and separate facebook profile (A profile facebook account is not a fanpage)
- Once you’ve setup a facebook account, setup a fanpage either both a fanpage that is dedicated to you as an artist for all of your work or/and make a second page dedicated to your business only as a small business fanpage or brand, or company.
- Setup a Twitter account
To check a good example analyze my websites. I've separated my blog site from my business site on purpose for those clients who just wanted straight forward information on my services only. Go to www.ChrisAdval.biz for my business site, and my blog site www.ChrisAdval.com and you would see I have a twitter feed, facebook account, plus two fanpages one for my artist work for my fans, and one for my small business where I do advertise directly to potential clients, or past clients.
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