Top Five Blogging Mistakes Photographers Make and How to Avoid Them @MediaNovak
Look, we all make mistakes, but you don’t want your business to suffer because of some simple errors that most bloggers face, but are totally preventable. You want to make sure that your blog serves its intended purpose of driving interest, increasing sales and creating some online attention for your photography studio. But remember, if you focus on these aspects of blogging rather than the value you are adding for your clients, you run the risk of alienating everyone with your egotistical blog. Let’s run through the list of the top five mistakes photography bloggers make, and how to deal with them before they happen to you!
Don’t focus on what you want to write, focus on what your audience wants to read.
You may wish to include some personal details in your blog, but remember that highly personal details don’t matter to your average reader. Readers are very focused today, and looking for effective, on topic writing. Unless it has some direct bearing on your photography style, equipment or sessions, keep the personal chatter to a minimum. Chat with your spouse, best friend or therapist, blog about photography!