Tuesday, February 14, 2012

How Promote Your Wedding Photography Business On Facebook?

This is the perfect time to start a wedding photography business. The Internet makes it possible for anyone to work anywhere now. You don't need an office or a big fancy desk. You don't need a complicated phone system or office equipment. Everything can be done with a laptop and an Internet connection. You can even use the Internet and Facebook to promote your wedding photography business.

The first thing you need to do is set up a Facebook Fan page for your business. This gives all your followers a place to come to and find out what's happening. You can include all kinds of information on your Fan page - albums of your favorite shots, special offers or discounts, or invitations to events like bridal shows or glamor shoots. Whenever you post something on your wall, everyone who's following you will see it.

Next, start following all your friends and family members and then start looking for people you know who live in your area. Follow everyone you can think of and chances are most of them will follow you back.

You can also use the search box to look for people and business in your area and you can use the link marked 'Tell Your Friends' to import the contacts on your email lists. It's best to contain your search to your local area.

Now, you want to start bringing people to your Fan Page so they can see what's going on with your business.

    * Put a link to your Fan Page in your email signature.
    * If you have a website or blog make sure you have a link to your Fan Page.
    * Ask the people who are already following your page to share it with their friends.
    * Include the link on your business cards and stationery.
    * If you belong to any other online sites include the link in your profile.
    * If you have a Twitter account send the link out in your Tweets.
    * Put the link in your YouTube videos.
    * Any time you post something anywhere online make sure you include a link to your Fan Page.

Why is Facebook so important? Because more than 700 million people visit the site every day. It's where people hang out now to chat and exchange information. When one person 'likes' something it spreads to all their friends, and then spreads to all their friends' friends and so on.

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