“Success” as a wedding photographer means different things to different people. It might be that you’re earning a certain amount of money or shooting X number of weddings each year or it might be that you finally have the time to do other things you enjoy in life that you couldn’t previously.
But whatever your measure of “success” is, there are some signs we can all pick up on that your wedding photography business won’t succeed.
In this podcast episode, I’ll share with you 10 different signs or reasons that you’re not seeing success and how you can turn the tables. We’ll chat about not having concrete, quantifiable goals with deadlines and how that can contribute to failure, as well as having too many things going on in your life that you never have time to work on your business.
Perhaps you don’t have the photography skills to be a professional wedding photographer (or don’t want to invest the time and money in improving them) or maybe it’s the business side of things that are lacking.
We all know that as a wedding photographer you spend at least 80% of your time managing your business and without a solid understanding of marketing strategies, your wedding photography business won’t succeed.
Some of us might be impatient when it comes to learning and educating ourselves or not be willing to spend any money in honing our photographic skills or building our business.
By sharing with you some of the red flags, it will hopefully inspire you to change the way you manage your wedding photography business and get on the path to success.
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