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Trevor Current and Joseph Cristina discuss best practices for professional photographers’ websites and give you a quick tip to get your Facebook News Feed back.
We get questions all the time from photographers asking about website solutions. “Should I use a content management system (CMS) or is a Flash template ok? Do I need a blog? What about music in my slide shows?” We’ll answer these questions and more and give you our recommendations to create a functional and professional looking website that gets results.
If you’re one of the 500 million plus Facebook users out there, you may have noticed a change to your News Feed. You have a bunch of Friends and follow a bunch of Facebook Pages, but why aren’t you seeing updates from them anymore? Well Facebook made a change to your settings and by default shows you updates from the friends and Pages you interact with the most. We give you a quick tip to get your News Feed back to the way it was before.
We hope you enjoy the information and if you have any questions about running a photography business in the new media age please let us know. You can leave a comment below or send a question through our Contact form and we’ll try and answer it next week.
Note: This is the prequel episode of the Digital Photography Café podcast. It was a work in progress but we felt the information was good enough to share so we wanted to post it to the site.
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