Cha, Cha, Cha, Changes (with apologies to David Bowie)
October 27, 2018 • 10 Comments
If you have logged onto this site more than once recently you must have noticed that the website has changed repeatedly. You may have also received an e-mail from me through Mail Chimp inviting you to a show I would be at. You may have also seen my posts on Facebook and or Instagram. What is going on?
As a retired person, I am now devoting much of my attention to my photography business. I am trying to attract more visitors to my website and more customers who want to purchasing my art. This is far from an easy task, I have learned!
So, I have been doing a lot or research into marketing and ways of getting my work to people who may be interested in seeing and buying it. As part of that I am trying to make my website more attention-grabbing, user-friendly, and just plan fun to look at.
I liken this to focusing on an object with the lens of my camera, trying to take the perfect photograph. I keep trying certain settings until I get it right. I have been doing so for a few months now and I think I am making progress. The holidays are coming and I want to get it right and be prepared.
How am I doing? I am not certain. You tell me! If you have a suggestion for a change, I am all ears. Somethings are doable with this website, some not. One thing is certain: I will continue to make changes until I get it right and I get that perfect photo.
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