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    Sunken Cost Fallacy in Photography

    Photography Business Growth

    How Do You Absolutely Ensure That You Make the Worst Decision Possible? Anyone who’s been in the military is familiar with a culture that insists that once you’ve gone over your first four years you’re locked in for the long haul. In for a penny, in for a pound.  At 28 years old I had […]

    A New Approach To SEO In 2022

    You’re probably tired of waiting forever to get results from conventional SEO. We’ve seen what most of the top SEO Gurus have been saying. Everyone says it takes more than 6 months, and sometimes even up to a year to see hardcore results. Well, I’ve got some good news and bad news. I’ll start with […]

    How to Generate More Photography Leads | 3 Easy Steps

    How to generate more photography inquiries

    All my photographer friends have been asking me, “How do I get more leads?” Photography studios are small, local businesses that often struggle to make a profit even when marketing to clients anywhere from five to two hundred miles away. So what’s the answer? How do you get more leads? Use these three key strategies […]

    How to Get Traffic to Your Photography Website Using 3 Easy Tools

    Guess what? You probably already have everything you need to take your photography business to the next level. No, seriously. You just need to learn how to use them! Most of the photographers I know had access to these three types of traffic before they had any idea what they were doing. But here’s the […]

    The 7 Step System to Increasing Your Bookings Over the Phone

    Ever feel like you’re doing everything to generate inquiries and conversations but you can’t get people to commit to sessions or weddings? Are you frustrated in doing tons of work to get traffic and inquiries for your business but still not getting enough clients? One of the most effective ways to fix this is by […]

    How to Make Your First $1000 as a Photographer

    How to Make Your First $1000 If you’re struggling to convert your photography hobby into an effective business venture, you’re not alone! Many photographers find that when the time comes to stop shooting photos for friends and family alone and start shooting for paying customers, they struggle with the transition. If you’re ready to stop […]

    Getting To Your First 1K Followers On Instagram

    How To Get Your First 1K Followers On Instagram For many, photography is simply an art form – a way to express yourself or to see the world in a new light. But for others, photography is not only art, but a business. They enjoy taking pictures, but want to make a living from it […]

    PPP Loan taxed or Non-Deductible? Photography Studio Answers

    PPP Loan Forgiveness and Taxes

    Did your photography studio request a PPP Loan? Is it taxable income? Can you deduct expenses? The short answer is… it’s not taxable income but the expenses you have and pay with it, won’t be deductible. On the bright side, it’s free money and you were able to pay 100% of an expense. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/18/small-businesses-wont-be-able-to-deduct-some-expenses-covered-by-ppp.html Join […]

    PPP Loan Forgiveness for Photographers

    PPP Loan Forgiveness for Photographers

    Are you a photographer that applied for the PPP Loan with the intention of having it all or some of it forgiven? In the next 8-12 weeks you’ll likely be applying for forgiveness. Here’s a brief overview of the forgiveness application. https://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/2020-05/3245-0407%20SBA%20Form%203508%20PPP%20Forgiveness%20Application.pdf The application has 4 components and certainly isn’t easy to use if your […]

    $10,000 SBA Loan Advance for Photographers – Covid-19 Relief

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    The title says “loan” but if it doesn’t have to be repaid then it’s effectively a grant right? If you’ve been impacted by Coronavirus and can self certify, you can potentially receive this $10,000 advance that does not have to be repaid. If you’re a photographer and had a business at the beginning 2020, make […]