Entries by giuliabigi

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“I DON’T HAVE TIME FOR THIS SH*T”

Most of our lives are filled with too much pressure. Financial pressure, expectations, emails, messages and… time pressure. When you have your own business, time pressure and the constant feeling of being about to drown because you simply don’t have time to it all can easily bring you to the point of breakdown. Shooting, organising […]

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WHAT IF YOUR COACHING DOESN’T WORK FOR ME?

“Will this work for me?”“What if it doesn’t work?”“And how is this different?” Quite often, photographers who have tried other coaching or marketing programmes are always more careful and unsure about signing up for The Marketing Mastermind. And in all honesty, I love it. I love being asked the tough, uncomfortable questions. To me, answering […]

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STRUGGLING WITH CHRISTMAS MINIS? GET OUR MARKETING CHECKLIST

Christmas Minis are quick and easy sessions that should sell themselves, right? Not necessarily, especially this year. With so many newborn photographers now doing Christmas minis using a very similar pricing/formula, competition is stronger than ever. In addition to this, almost nothing these days can be sold without a solid marketing plan and without investing […]

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ESSENTIAL MARKETING TOOLS FOR NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHERS

Scheduling posts, sending questionnaires, email newsletters… getting your marketing in place can feel quite overwhelming. However, as for all crafts, using the right tools can turn an apparently daunting job into a smooth and fast process. So here it is: our list of essential marketing tools every newborn photographer needs. Our list includes a few […]

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“I KNOW I SHOULDN’T BE LOOKING AT MY COMPETITORS, BUT…”

You know that feeling when you “end up” on your competitors’ page and all of a sudden a thousand anxious thoughts fill your head? “I really need to step up my game.“ “I should be posting more.“ “She’s got double my followers, she’s probably got an inbox full of enquiries – god, I really need […]

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THE PROBLEM WITH BOUNDARIES – HOW (AND WHEN) TO SAY “NO”

Monday night, one of my early days in business. There I am, slightly (errrr) overworked, slightly frustrated and anxious because… well, how is everybody else getting so many clients and charging SO MUCH MORE than I am? Notification: new email. It’s 9pm. A client asking me to do something that is not really part of […]