PhotoShelter’s new free guide The Photography Blog Handbook covers all the basics and offers real world case studies.
Topics covered include …
– Blog to promote your brand, increase your SEO, and generate sales.
– Create a blog workflow.
– Expand your reach through social media.
– Be inspired by a list of recommended blog topics.
– Get tips direct from photographers having success with blogging.
If you’re new to blogging, it’s a must read.
If you’re a veteran blogger, it’s still worth skimming.
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Looking for good blogs? I’ve added a Blog Roll to my blog. It contains all the blogs I track on a regular basis. Here a few of the blogs in my Blogroll.
Jeff Schewe’s PhotoshopNews always contains first rate insider information on what’s happening in the industry. Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider does too – and every Wednesday he invites a guest blogger to appear there. Want more insider information? Check out the Lightroom Journal from the Lightroom development team and senior Photoshop Product Manager John Nack’s blog. Martin Evening’s LightroomNews has shares excellent news and technique. Strobist is a fantastic blog on guerilla lighting techniques. Inside Digital Photo offers excellent audio and video coverage of industry news. Many photographers keep you up to date on their progress with blogs, like Joe McNally, Moose Peterson, Andy Biggs, Sean Kernan and many more.
I’ll be adding more names to the list as I find blogs I really like.
Syl Arena (PixSylated) posted a great blog entry on blogs. First he gives excellent advice on how to find great blogs, track them with RSS feeds, and more. Then, he lists his favorite blogs with quick commentaries on what they’re like, post frequency, and links. We agree about many blogs. Many are also on my list but there are a few other great blogs he’s turned me onto with this post. You’ll find his blog is on my list of favorites and mine’s on his. Check it out this great post on PixSylated here.
What are your favorite blogs? Tells us here. Comment!