Who is The Photographer’s Blogger?
The Photographer’s Blogger is a ghost blogger that writes creative content FOR YOU. It is the optimal choice for photographers who want an active blog, fresh social media content and to increase their SEO rankings without having to spend their time or creative energy blogging. Do what you love, outsource the rest.
How does The Photographer’s Blogger work?
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3
1) Select which type of blog post you’d like to submit in the main menu.
2) You fill out the associated questionnaire, attach a zip file with your blog images and make your payment.
3) within 1-2 weeks you’ll receive a notice that your blog post has been scheduled.
Seriously, it’s that easy! Each blog post meets current Search Engine Optimization (SEO) standards and is optimized to a keyword phrase that your ideal client would search for.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there a monthly fee?
Absolutely not. You pay PER blog post so you don’t have to pay any monthly fees, or for anything that you don’t use.
By having someone else blog for me, will I lose my voice?
Not at all. When you first sign up for The Photographer’s Blogger, we send you a questionnaire asking about how you would like your brand voice to sound. Whether you want a relaxed, sarcastic vibe or an assertive, professional voice, we write to match your preferences. On top of that, with every blog post, we ask that you fill out a short survey. This survey let’s us know how you felt on the day of the shoot or wedding, allowing us to add in personal touches and details that will emphasize your brand while connecting with your target audience.
How do I make sure you have all the information you need to write a post?
As we mentioned above, when you start with The Photographer’s Blogger, you fill out a questionnaire that gives us a ton of information about your brand and voice. This helps us to get started and to understand your writing style and how you want your idea clients to see you. When you submit a blog post, you’ll also have a short questionnaire to fill out. This questionnaire gives us important information like your client’s names, the location of the shoot, fun moments that happened and what you loved most about the session or wedding. You take 3-5 minutes to fill it out, and then we turn that questionnaire into a search engine optimized masterpiece.
If I have to send you all of that, doesn’t it defeat the purpose?
That depends. If you are well versed in SEO and love to write, then maybe The Photographer’s Blogger isn’t for you. But if it takes you longer than 5 minutes to write a blog post, and SEO optimize it, you’re already ahead. And if you’re like most photographers, who put off blogging (even though it’s the fastest way to improve your search engine rankings) because you don’t have time, hate writing, don’t know what to say, or aren’t familiar with SEO, it’s a HUGE win. It will save you time, money, and valuable brain power that we believe you should be spending on things you love to do.
Can I see some examples?
Yes, you can. Here you go:
Portrait: https://www.katemerrillphoto.com/denver-wedding-photographer-blog/denver-engagement-photography-karin-gill + http://www.ernyphotoco.com/blog/2017/7/21/alli-and-mikes-denver-engagement-session
Do I need to credit the Photographer’s Blogger?
No Ma’am (or Sir). When we write a blog post for you, it becomes your own content. Therefore, there is no need to credit us at all. We would, however, appreciate if you tell your photographer friends about how much you love us.
Why is blogging so important?
Oh man, where do we start? First, consistent blogging is the fastest way to increase your search engine rankings. Higher search engine rankings means more traffic to your website, and that means more potential clients. It also gives you valuable content for social media, which again, drives traffic to your website. And on top of all of that, it shows off your clients, making them feel special and giving them a web page to show to all of their friends, who will then see what you do and how awesome you are at it.
Still have a question? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!