There’s a reason that 64% of small businesses use email marketing to reach customers — it’s a useful tool for photographers to promote their work to existing and potential clients. In this article, we’ll help you get started and share best practices you can use to create a more effective email marketing strategy.
A large food manufacturer needed an industrial and lifestyle photographer for images of a food manufacturing facility. The food manufacturer went to a medium-sized agency to find what they needed and Craig Oppenheimer helped the photographer quote the campaign.
As summer comes to a close, and cool fall temperatures begin in the Northeast United States, our dedicated outreach team — consisting of Jen M., Victoria, Julie, Denise, Greg, Laura, Jen, Chris, Bryan, and Craig — has been connecting with clients and diligently updating records in our extensive database.
Photographer Philippe Ngyuen recently came to Wonderful Machine searching for a new, inclusive, and progressive clientele. Producer and consultant Eloisa Garcia helped him build a new client list, including brands, agencies, and publications that best fit his style and passions.
While working with animals has its perks, sourcing talent for a production that requires casting animals has a unique set of challenges. Luckily, there are agencies and crew that specialize in just about every aspect of animal casting, handling, and training.
After reaching a stand-still with the presentation of her work, Maine-based photographer Heather Perry undertook a Branding Overhaul, where we would help with her logo design, website bio, web edit, and web template customization.
Florida-based portrait and lifestyle photographer, Ryan Wendler, came to Wonderful Machine’s Andrew Souders for a comprehensive Web Edit. The goals were to expand and refine his presentation while emphasizing Ryan’s new work to potential clients.
Photo Editor and Marketing Specialist Greg Jones teamed up with food/drink photographer Mike Aron for Creative Coaching — a service aiming at polishing up the photographer’s presentation and lure big-named dream clients in for good.
Underwater photographer Heather Perry came to Wonderful Machine’s Honore Brown and Lindsay Thompson for an overhaul of her brand. After finishing up a logo and bio, Honore and Lindsay got to work on delivering a new Web Edit and Web Template Customization.
Twitter might be stereotyped as just a funny, witty place to spew out 280 characters of charm, but it has features that distinguish it from its competitors and can help you build your brand and implement your business strategies.
An international beer brand needed lifestyle/environmental portraits for social media and web-based advertising. The beer brand went to a social media agency that already had a photographer in mind. Bryan Sheffield helped the photographer quote the campaign.
During the month of August, the team added 68 companies and updated 852. The team also added 128 new contacts to the client list and updated 1,166 records. Our staff sent out 1,166 emails to clients and continued to schedule demos of our new website.