If you don’t yet have a website for your photography business – get one, fast!
It’s one of those things that’s easy to put on the long finger because it takes quite a bit of time and effort to do. However, not having one is going to cost you business. It’s better to have something than nothing. Now, don’t get me wrong. A truly terrible website can do more harm than good, but what I’m saying is, it doesn’t have to be picture perfect with all the bells and whistles from the get-go.
Websites are something that require ongoing attention, but they are also a tool that is always working for you. If you can get your website up and running, you can get a head start with things like SEO, get it indexed on search engines, and help people to find you. You can also start directing people to it through ads or other marketing activities. If you wait till everything is perfect before you publish your website, your whole journey with search engines and finding clients will be playing the waiting game too. So get it published as quickly as possible and then you can work on making it perfect.
In this blog post, we’re going to look at 5 things that every photographer’s website should have and there’ll be more “must haves” following in a later post.