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Does a photographer really need a blog ?

 
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Feb 09, 2011 09:31 |  #16

I think that with a blog you can have some comments, they could be help you to have more skills.
It offer you more advices.




  
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Feb 13, 2011 08:36 as a reply to  @ post 11807430 |  #17

jeffhoward000 wrote in post #11833043 (external link)
A photographer must have blogs, so that he /she can share her/his photo's online, and It is the best storage for photo's.

I agree with the concept of a blog, but I wouldn't store my full rez images on a blog site.


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Feb 13, 2011 11:04 |  #18

Blogs help create an online presence which is very good for marketing.




  
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Feb 20, 2011 13:25 |  #19

Does anybody have their blog as a tab on their website? What are the potential drawbacks or benefits of doing it that way?


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Feb 20, 2011 22:22 |  #20

lennyp06 wrote in post #11879486 (external link)
Does anybody have their blog as a tab on their website? What are the potential drawbacks or benefits of doing it that way?

I don't have it as a tab, but it is included as a link. I really don't see any potential drawbacks to including it as a tab - but then I've never done it that way so I'm only speculating ;).


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Feb 20, 2011 22:26 as a reply to  @ post 11807430 |  #21

no.

most of the pro's out there don't even have a blog.


you can just use flickr as your blog... upload a picture with some text.

you jut need a website displaying your portfolio and that's that.


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Feb 20, 2011 22:33 |  #22

mlech wrote in post #11882300 (external link)
no.

most of the pro's out there don't even have a blog.

you can just use flickr as your blog... upload a picture with some text.

you jut need a website displaying your portfolio and that's that.

You could use flickr as your blog - a blog can certainly be in any design you wish - but I think you would be somewhat limited in format as well as layout flexibility when compared to many of the other more versatile tools out there.


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