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Kelly Broyles

Photography Contracts 101: Business Bites® Podcast Roundup

Whether you’re a new photographer or seasoned professional one of the most beneficial items you can use to protect your business is a strong, legally binding photography contract. Join Rachel in this month’s photography contract Business Bites® Podcast roundup to learn the essential photography contract tips for your business. Layers of Protection 9:55 minutes Your...
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3 Ways Not Having a Contract Can Cripple Your Business – Business Bites Podcast® Episode

    What’s in this Episode: Client relationships can be plagued with issues if you are not setting proper expectations.  Join Rachel as she covers why having a photography contracts helps you avoid issues, set expectations and create loyal clients. What you will learn:  Types of issues that can occur with clients Items to include in...
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As Seen: Photography for Real Estate – 7 IG Accounts Every Real Estate Photographer Should Follow

Are you a real estate photographer looking for business inspiration? Rachel Brenke, TheLawTog®, was recently featured on 7 Instagram Accounts Every Real Estate Photographer Should Follow.  Check it out here.   Where to find the list: Photography for Real Estate Did you know Rachel has tools to help you with real estate photography on TheLawTog®?  Find the...
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Dangers of Self-Drafting a Contract When You’re Not a Lawyer – Business Bites Podcast® Episode

    What’s in this Episode:  One of the biggest mistake new business owners make are DIY contracts instead of having an attorney do it for them.  Join Rachel as she discuses why self-drafting can be detrimental to your business and why photography contracts are the one area you want to invest in your business....
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Layers of Protection – Business Bites Podcast® Episode

    What’s in this Episode:Your photography business needs layers to protect you and your business from liability.  In this episode Rachel will cover the legal trifecta: photography contracts, liability insurance and business formation needed to keep your business running smoothly. What you will learn: Why protecting your business in layers is pivotal The items that form...
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3 Tricks To Get Clients to READ Your Photography Contract

Have you ever seen an agitated post in a Facebook group like this: “My client just did X, even though the photography contract says explicitly that they can’t!  Don’t people READ?” The answer to their question is – no, they really don’t.  In fact, The Guardian reported that a UK-based Wi-Fi company once snuck in...
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3 Ways to Fix How You’re Doing Instagram

I think you know this, right? Likes & Followers on Instagram? They don’t equal sales. 10,000 followers is not the same as $10,000 in cash. Matter of fact, there are many people on Instagram with 10,000 followers who are not making any money at all. Some people are even paying for the privelege of being...
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How a Studio Management System Can Change Your Life

Running a photography business is hard. There are so many moving parts and so many balls to juggle at any given time. And at the end of the day, most of us just love taking photos. It’s no secret that creative rock stars are often challenged by the discipline required to make sure that all...
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5 Super Simple Ways to Get Your Images to POP!

Feel like your images have been falling a little flat lately?  Not getting that POP you’d hoped for? Don’t stress! There are some really easy fixes that you can do today to give your photos that pop you’d hoped they’d have.  Here are 5 super simple ways you can make that happen both before you...
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5 Tips for Better Lead Generation

Lead generation should be something every photographer is testing on a regular basis. For example, a popup on your website is something that you might have to see. But trust me, they work. What kind of popup is ideal, though? Let’s dive into that with 5 tips for better lead generation.   Test Everything The...
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