Picu WordPress Plugin Review | Client Proofing Made Easy
Is this the free tool you’ve been missing for clearer more effective client proofing?
Reasons To Use WordPress For Your Photography Blog
Though there are certainly more than a few different methods of building a photography blog, nothing quite gets the job done like WordPress.
You’re Nothing Without SEO! | Why I Moved My Website To WordPress
Good SEO allows you to organically rank on google. This article covers basic SEO and why I moved my website to WordPress.
Create a Website that will Grow Your Photography Business Better
Let’s be honest with ourselves, in this day and age having a good website is key getting new clients. When people want to find something they look it up online, so if they are looking for a photographer where do you think they are going to look?
Lightroom Plugin Highlight: LR/Blog
LR/Blog was written by Timothy Armes and it is very useful little plugin. The basis of the app is that it streamlines the process of creating blog posts and uploading images. The plugin is compatible with Wordpress, Blogger, and Typepad powered blogs.
5 Essential WordPress Plugins for Photographers
WordPress is a wonderful web platform, it is no wonder it is such a popular choice for photographers around the world. So now that you have your domain and WordPress website up and running what plugins should you install to get the most out of your WordPress site as a photographer?
Sell Photos Directly from your WordPress Website with Sell Media Plugin
I recently told you about Shootproof and why I use them for my online proofing needs. Today I wanted to tell you about another great option for people who use WordPress powered websites and want to be able to sell their work.
Incredible 95+ Fullscreen Photography WordPress Template
WordPress is one of the most customizable web design backbone out there. Although it can be (and still is) daunting…
Side Tab WordPress Plugin | Free SLR Lounge Download
The “Side Tab” Wordpress plugin is designed to solve this very problem by inserting up to 3 tabs that are affixed to the left side of your website. These tabs use jQuery to slide open when your user hovers his or her mouse over the tab.