As a small business owner, I'm constantly looking for tools that will enhance my business – make it more efficient, profitable, and ultimately free up time for me to engage with our customers (you guys).
Templates are one of the best ways to do the things I'm not good at – things I didn't start my business for, yet are necessary to stay around. Marketing is by far one of the most important aspect to a business, and it can be one of the hardest parts. Like most entrepreneurs you started your business for something you love to do – and it's not marketing.
Can we all agree that the single most important marketing tool these days is your website? I mean, hello, if you don't have a website in 2018, no one will take you seriously. But let me guess, you don't know much, if anything, about how to set up, design, run... a website.
Have no fear! There are so many great, easy to use, and affordable website tools available now that will match your level of skills and expertise, as well as your style.
Some heavy hitters out there are WIX and SquareSpace, but they're tailored for the masses. What about website builders for creatives, like you, that need to cater to your unique style, capacity to showcase lots of images, and really understand the photography world?
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If any of you have tried Showit, let us know what you think.
Has it elevated your business?
Are there other website tools you've liked using?
Share your thoughts by commenting below!
As a packaging supplier, we believe that your packaging should scream, I’m your photographer! Your photos are the ice-cream sundae, but the right packaging is the cherry on top.
We've created a special worksheet to help you create a packaging strategy that matches your unique brand.
Click here to download your free copy.
3.0 Speed and 16GB USBs for photography packaging... that's how we do it
So what's the big deal?
Well the big deal is that by us focusing on just one speed (the fastest) and one size (the most common) we can offer you these two features at the same cost that you used to be able to buy an 8GB 2.0 USB drive at in the past.