Organic Strategies For Every Platform (Value $336)
Instagram - The #1 Hub for Photographers
Instagram is the most powerful platform for photographers, but it’s also the most crowded.
The good news is that most photographers don’t know what they’re doing. And if you can use some of our techniques around using hashtags… tags… stories… you’ll soon find yourself at the top of the discover page.
We break down how the IG algorithm works so that you can use it to your advantage.
Including: (Click to open)
- How to set up a business profile so you can scale your account quickly
- The five-step process for a perfect IG post, covering everything from the title to hashtags
- 10 post ideas that are both interesting and relevant to your followers
Facebook - Collect Fans, Reviews, and Leads
This is often the first place people go to check a business’ contact details, reviews, and events.
But the difference between existing and thriving on Facebook comes down to the engagement you have.
You see, Facebook doesn’t often give engagement away for free anymore. They want you to pay for it. But if you follow our simple strategies, you can grow your fans without paying a cent.
Once we show you how to set up an optimised profile, we also cover: (Click to open)
- How to leverage your profile for lead generation so you can personally contact your fans
- 18 ways to encourage people to like your page and add to your social proof
- How to create the perfect post to capture attention, drive engagement and show your character
Pinterest - Virally Share Your Portfolio
Pinterest is a powerful content discovery platform. And we’ve used it for years to drive hundreds of thousands of visitors to our website.
Nick covers his low-effort approach to create engaging pins. As well as how to generate repins, and quickly drive viral traffic to his website. And his pins often receive 100k+ viewers a month.
Boards should be arranged to include your best photos (or even just photos you like) based on the type of shot.
Nick organises his into continents for his wildlife photography… a wedding photographer might organise their boards into shots like the first dance or the bouquet toss.
It allows you easily display your portfolio on a platform that’s built for discovery. And you can even piggyback on group boards to get your work seen more often.
LinkedIn - Your Professional Side
LinkedIn is all business. And, believe it or not, some people use this as their primary social network.
It’s where professionals expand their network and it’s another place where you can improve your social proof.
We breakdown everything you need to know to grow a presence on LinkedIn. From building genuine connections to using groups to find followers.
Twitter - Your Personal Side
Twitter is unlike any other platform on this list. Your posts are limited by character count, and will quickly get lost in the feed.
But this isn’t a bad thing.
The purpose of Twitter is to be conversational and grow genuine connections. Often with people you wouldn’t usually come into contact with.
This means you can post more frequently, a show a side of yourself that others may not see otherwise.
And of course, there are strategies for building your following and promoting your work too.
What else is included?
New Bonus Added: Social Success Quick-Start Checklists (Value = $99)
If you want to start building your social media account, but feel daunted by the work ahead… don’t be. This is going to help.
I sat down with my designer yesterday and we came up with a printable checklist.
These five checklists cover the most effective way to set up all of the social media accounts covered above.
From choosing the right name through to publishing your first post.
…Everything you need to get started with social media.
Bonus #1: The Anatomy of a Perfect IG Post (Value $49)
Instagram is the primary platform for many photographers, so we wanted to break down the different aspects of a perfect post.
This includes everything from the image size and description… to hashtags and tagging.
If you follow this simple checklist for every post you publish, you maximise the chances of your images being discovered.
Bonus #2: 500px, Flickr & YouTube Chapters (Value = $99)
As Nick was finishing the ebook, he felt something was missing…
He had an idea for three crucial chapters that didn’t fit into the original outline.
So, he pitched them to me, and I loved them.
They cover the three most popular platforms for photographers: 500px, Flickr & YouTube
While not technically social media, Nick has used these platforms to have his photos seen 250,000+ times.
If you’re trying to get your work seen, these are great platforms to help grow your following.
Here’s The Amazing Deal We’ve Put Together
Nick and the ExpertPhotography team have created an excellent ebook on social media for photographers.
And although the value far exceeds $299.00, we’re offering this for a very limited introductory price.