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Photography Sample Post: 5 Ways Wedding Photographers Can (Unintentionally) Ruin Weddings

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The following is an awareness-stage sample blog post for a wedding photographer marketing B2C to tech-savvy millennial couples vetting wedding vendors.
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Photography Sample Post: 5 Ways Wedding Photographers Can (Unintentionally) Ruin Weddings

The following is an awareness-stage blog post for a wedding or portrait photographer marketing B2C to tech-savvy millennial couples just starting to vet wedding vendors, written by one of our 3,000 talented, humorous, adaptable writers. This sample post is 771 words long and serves to speed up a couple's buying decision by aligning values with the photographer sooner in the buying process.


 

A wedding photographer is undoubtably a critical part of the wedding equation. He or she is the one who captures those amazing moments that newlywed couples will cherish for the rest of their lives, commemorates those memorable moments, and helps the bride and groom feel great and timeless about how they look on their big day.

Unfortunately, wedding photography doesn't come without its share of troubles. These five tactics can cause the novice, unprofessional, or even an overly creative photographer to entirely unintentionally ruin a couple's special day.

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1. The photographer didn't communicate with the bride and groom ahead of time about what they wanted.

Finalizing poses during the wedding itself is a bad plan of action for several reasons. First and foremost, it may be difficult for the bride and groom to remember those dream poses that they genuinely wanted to have when they're in the middle of the highly emotional event itself. Second, they might not have time to concentrate on the photographer during the wedding, when they should be focused on each other and their guests. 

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BY BlogMutt
October 11, 2017

Blogging for Photographers: A Sample Post

If you are like any small business professional, your goal might be to do a little better than last year. Maybe you just want a few more clients. Maybe you want to get quite a few more photography sessions. No matter what your goal is, you will need to get noticed. Blogging can make you stand out from your competition.

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BY BlogMutt
January 26, 2015

Blogging For Photographers: Attract New Customers

blogging for photographersAs a photographer, you probably already have an idea of how busy things can get. Scheduling appointments, editing photos, and marketing are all integral to your business. While you may be a star at what you do in taking photos, not everyone has the time or inclination to blog about their business, and that can keep you from getting potential customers.

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BY Scott Yates
September 24, 2014