New E-Book: Taming Tech-Zilla, Succeeding in Social Media for Photographers

New E-Book by David Saffir: Taming Tech-Zilla, Succeeding in Social Media for Photographers

New Workshop, Social Media and Networking by David Saffir

New E-Book, Social Media and Networking

This e-book will be released in early April, and will cover:

How, and why to get started now – including impact on your presence as a photographer

Using your social media marketing to reinforce your existing sales and marketing efforts

Getting a strong start, and keeping ahead of your competition

Building a short-term, and medium-term plan and timeline to guide your work

Keeping time investment reasonable, and business impact high

How your website or blog design and style can help you – or hold you back

When to use, and not to use – – Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn, and others

Identifying, and leveraging photography related networks on the web that are targeted to your key customers.

NO programming, coding, tech-talk, or HTML – JUST PLAIN ENGLISH!

For more information about my other publications, see the “About” tab at the top of this page.

For information about upcoming workshop on Social Media for Photographers, see “Workshops” tab at top of page.

2 thoughts on “New E-Book: Taming Tech-Zilla, Succeeding in Social Media for Photographers

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  2. Great idea, David. You’re very, very knowledgeable on this topic and your book will help many photographers and will undoubtedly be one of the most crucially important books for photographers published this year (and perhaps any other). There’s more than technical photography skill involved in being a successful photographer and nowadays this area is becoming more important by the day.

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