Here are some tips on SEO for photographers who want to get found by the right people in the search engines, but are not seeing the results they expected from their blogging efforts. Contrary to popular belief, it is NOT necessary to do SEO on every blog post, and there is a lot more to it these days than just keywords.
One of the questions I hear during discussions with photographers asking for help with their blog is, “how many photographs should I include in my posts?” There’s no hard and fast rule, but it’s certainly possible to use too many, as you’ll discover in this article.
A post and audio podcast episode about the role that search engine optimization (SEO) plays in the effectiveness of your photography blog and why the world of SEO might not be all that you thought it was.
Pinterest and Shopify have teamed up to automatically enable Rich Pins for all Shopify merchants. Rich Pins are pins that contain extra information compared to regular ones. Pinterest has five different kinds: Product Pins, ...
social media size chart Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and the ever growing list of social networks each have their own designs, rules and preferred image sizes for banners, profiles, posts and more.
I was pleasantly surprised when I logged into my company’s Pinterest account and was greeted with an alert that stated “See what’s new in Analytics.” Up until recently, Pinterest’s analytics options for businesses was abysmal.
A Guest Post by Anne McKinnell Wading through the sea of options to get your photographs seen online Most of us start out in photography because we love to make images, it gets us outdoors, and helps us explore our creative selves. We do it for ourselves because it makes us happy. But there is …
Pinterest announced a new way for users to follow specific things they're interested in. You'll now be able to follow specific interest like “outdoor spaces,” “urban homesteading,” “Chinese architecture,” or “healthy eating,” to ...
You absolutely still have control over your own stuff, but now's a good time to check what you've been sharing Google recently started making some photos that you've posted publicly to Google+ visible in Google Maps as well, as evidenced by the notification we all got in Google+. That's not in and of itself a bad thing, nor is it an invasion of privacy. In order for an image to appear...
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