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Social Networking
Social Networking

This course will teach you...

  • How to use Social Networking to engage with new customers.
  • How to build your online presence and increase bookings.
  • How to improve your conversion rates.
  • How to monitor your social media performance and develop an action plan.
  • The do's and don'ts of Social Networking.

Photography Course Snapshot

Social Media is now an essential part of a photographers marketing plan and is an ideal platform to showcase your portfolio and interact with both exisitng and potential customers.

This one day seminar will give you all the important aspects of Social Networking with invaluable advice that will not only increase your online presence but also your revenue.

Ian is a talented wedding photographer who has built his business and reputation around his on-line Social media presence. Ian has worked on several commercial websites. Both examples had 30%+ revenue increases through Ian's social media work, which included significant graphic design and photography. Ian is an expert in how to drive your business forward using Social Networking and has recently been ranked 25th in the UK's Top 100 Wedding Bloggers.

What do you aspire to?

quote openFollowing Ian's session on social media, I thought I'd give you some feedback. My website visits are now regularly hitting 50 - 150 a day and my Google ranking is now on page 1....huge result. A few weeks ago I gave up looking for my business on Google after page 20. This week I am now at the bottom on page 1 and have my Google places ranking at number 3 on the first page. It feels that all the work I've been putting in recently is starting to pay off. Getting more serious enquiries from the public and businesses, so all good as far as I am concerned!Quote closed

Tommy Cairns. (Tom Cairns Photography).

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