Episode 569: Business Consultation – Mia Admire
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Episode 569: Business Consultation – Mia Admire

If you’ve been looking for practical steps on how to improve your website for better conversion, we’ve got all of that for you..and more!

Tune in to listen in to episode 569 where host, Nathan Holritz is joined by Mia Admire. Together, they walk through her website and social media feed, implement a series of steps that can be put into practice right away, and create a plan to convert visitors into clients!

Episode 568: How to Overcome Introversion in Your Photography Business – Cindy Ames
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Episode 568: How to Overcome Introversion in Your Photography Business – Cindy Ames

Have you asked yourself lately if what you’re doing in your life and your business is helping you move forward? 

In episode 568 of The Bokeh Podcast, Cindy Ames joins us to provide advice on how to move beyond introversion tendencies when running your photography business. Tune in to gain insight about behavioral tendencies, limiting beliefs, and ideas on how to shift your perspective to get the most out of your life and your business. 

Episode 567: How to Get Started with Underwater Portraits – Elizabeth Blank
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Episode 567: How to Get Started with Underwater Portraits – Elizabeth Blank

Underwater photography is a beautifully unique and niche market to pursue, but before you dive in, make sure you’re prepared for the swim!

For episode 567 of The Bokeh Podcast, we are joined by Elizabeth Blank to talk about the ins and outs of underwater portrait photography and how to get started! From learning about the intricacies of shooting in a different environment down to the importance of knowing why you want to get into a niche genre, Elizabeth covers both the exciting and challenging aspects of underwater photography. 

Episode 566: How LiveStreaming Weddings Can Grow Your Business – Julia Eskin
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Episode 566: How LiveStreaming Weddings Can Grow Your Business – Julia Eskin

Usually, when you think of livestreaming you think of trouble logging in, lousy wifi, and “Grandma can you hear me? Flip your camera!” And in the world we live in now, with smaller weddings, elopements, and destination weddings, even if everyone can’t be in attendance, clients still want to share their special moments with loved ones. So, how can you provide a service that’s simple to use, and helps your clients, while also growing your business? 

Our guest, Julia Eskin of EventLive.pro is here to help in episode 566 of The Bokeh Podcast! Tune in to hear how EventLive started and how it can help you create more income for your wedding photography business while also giving your clients the opportunity to share their wedding with guests that couldn’t be in attendance. Definitely a win-win for both parties!