I was planning to write a book for a long time but it was not easy to put everything together and edit the content so that it is clear and easy to follow. Well, after many weeks of work, I was able to put it together in a beautiful PDF document that has bookmarks for easy navigation. Now, you’re the judge if it’s clear and easy to follow.
Today is an important day for OrganizePictures.com. I am writing article number 100. For those of you who know about blogging, you know that 100 articles is an important milestone. I have been writing for OrganizePictures.com for over three years now which means I have been able to write close to three articles per month.
I decided to run a small project and provide some SEO advice for free. If you would like me to review your site and give you feedback as to how to optimize your site, then put your website address in the box at the right and submit it. This page is the only place on the site where you can sign up. If you want to get more traffic for your site you can see more details and sign up.
Flickr and Facebook are great ways to make your pictures more “visible” on the internet. This way is not very direct but it can be very beneficial. Flickr is the largest photo sharing website (Facebook is catching up quickly) in the world and you can take advantage of its popularity if you do a few things right.
Over the years I have accumulated many travel pictures that I wanted to share on the internet. It was pretty easy to get my pictures published on the internet at first, but then I noticed that hardly anyone was finding my pictures on the internet. Even though I didn’t know anything about SEO or page ranking, I realized pretty quickly that having the pictures published on the internet and having people actually come visit my site are two entirely different things.
Since there are so many photographers and photography websites it is very hard to get your pictures noticed on the internet. You may really be a very talented and experienced photographer and you may indeed have many great pictures. But how to you get the word out on the internet? How do you get your pictures noticed? What do you do to have your pictures show up in an internet search like Google, Yahoo or Bing? Fortunately there are some steps that you can take so that your pictures become “visible”. Read on and see what I have found out about making my pictures “visible” on the internet.
Since Google has purchased Feedburner, I didn’t notice that they have changed the URL for my feed. For those of you that are subscribing to my RSS Feed, the new location for my feed is: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/organizepicturescom . I have also updated the Subscribe button on this page with the new location. So, please update it in your RSS reader.
I have argued in my previous article about simple marketing for photographers, that a simple website specific to your photography niche can be very powerful, even more powerful than a full fledged photoblog. That being said…what is a photoblog good for then? Well, I don’t believe a photoblog is suited for every kind of website, but it can be very well suited for certain web sites. Read along to find three ways to successfully use a photoblog.
When talking about publishing pictures online, the discussion inevitably goes towards web hosting companies. There are so many companies out there, from small to large, from cheap to expensive; they all say the same thing: we’re the best ! How can one choose? Well, I have been publishing online for over eight years and I have tried several web hosting providers…so my opinion is somewhat qualified. If you’re looking for a web hosting provider, I’m hoping that this article will help you choose a good company.
I find many good photographers on the web. I love browsing through Flickr because I see lots of great pictures; there are some great photographers on Flickr! Sometimes I think that they’re making lots of money with their great pictures but when I research a little more I find out that they probably don’t. On the other hand on Flickr I find other good photographers that actually make money from their pictures. What is the difference between these two groups of photographers? While the quality of their pictures is certainly a factor there is another simple difference: publicity…or in other words…marketing.
I have just returned from my vacation and I looked over the comments that I received in the last two weeks…and I messed up! I have accidentally deleted all of them instead of deleting only the spam comments. I’m still getting used with the new WordPress 2.5 interface…it looks like I need more practice.