Blogging Easier in 2019 for Wedding Photographers

Eleanor R.

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Anesha Collins wedding photographer video marketingWe know so many people struggle with blogging consistently (or at all!), so we’ve got Anesha Collins back on board again today with a hugely beneficial post about blogging easier in 2019. Read more from Anesha:

Some say blogging is dead and no one reads them, but this isn’t true. I know for a fact that by using blogs within my education platform and wedding business platform, it has helped not only in revenue, but also in influence, connections, and opportunities. I receive messages all the time about the content I’m sharing for both of my businesses. So if I, a solo-entrepreneur, can be successful at blogging, so can you. All you need is a little hand-holding to get started and that’s what I am here for.

This guide was created to help those that struggle with developing content for their blog. After years of not “wanting to” blog myself, I finally developed a strategy and remained committed to it. After implementing this strategy and seeing that it actually works when done right, I realized not only am I serving my couples and clients, but it’s also a part of my business that must be nurtured.

One of the biggest reasons most wedding photographers struggle with blogging is because they don’t make it a must do — they make it a should do. And with most “should do’s” they don’t get done! I also know how successful a blog can be when you add elements to it such as videos, which is another marketing method that a lot of business owners overlook. Yes, even in 2019, there are still several businesses that are not using video- marketing.

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Photo: Holly Birch Photography

Blogging is very practical and worth investing in. Yes, I am telling you that you must invest time to get your blog running and remain consistent. Even if you ultimately decide to higher an assistant to help with your blog, it still needs to be a requirement for your business. Here’s to YOU kickstarting your blog!

Five Reasons To Blog for Your Business:

– SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

– Being a Reliable Resource (Serving Your Clients)

– Storage of Content Resource

– Just for Fun

– To Grow Your Business

All of these reasons are valid, but you need to know the reason so you can remain committed to your goal.

Visit Anesha’s website here to download her FREE blogging guide!

In the guide, she talks about the Three C’s of blogging, and gives you solid, actionable lists of real topics you can write about to use on your own blog.  She also addresses ways to generate ideas, and gives you worksheet to jot down your ideas and plan for your blog. Definitely check it out!

Eleanor R.
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