2011 How to Sell Prints Guide at Photoshelter (its free!)

Selling prints can be and interesting task. When I got to a confident level in my photography,  I wanted to do this. I have been  reading things, here  and there, about the subject.  PhotoShelter( @photoshelter on twitter) has produced a nice 44 page guide on selling prints,whichI am currently reading through, and the best part is, it’s free! It has information on getting traffic from Google, Google Analytics, and SEO as well as using social media to help you sell your images. As you know, I am always trying to save money for my photography. This will also help me earn money from photography.

Selling Photos: PhotoShelter Releases “How to Sell Prints” – A Free  Guide

PhotoShelter, the worldwide leader in photography portfolio  websites, photo archiving, sales and marketing tools for photographers,  today released ‘How to Sell Prints’ – the latest in a  long-running series of free and comprehensive e-books designed to equip  photographers with the tools needed for success in today’s marketplace.  The guide outlines basic and intermediate business strategies and  considerations via a variety of insightful case studies, action plans,  as well as expert recommendations, and can be requested here:https://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/how-to-sell-prints

‘How to Sell Prints’ is a 44-page guide covering the essential  tactics all photographers must consider when selling their photography  as prints. Especially suited for beginner and intermediate photo  businesses, the content is dedicated to helping photographers increase  their visibility and maximize profits from selling photos.

In addition to outlining basic promotional tactics, ‘How to Sell Prints’  takes photographers through every step of the sale from pricing to  packaging and fulfillment. The guide aims to help photographers generate  sustainable income from selling photography, yet can also be employed to  help pro photographers in a variety of specialties generate incremental  revenue by monetizing website traffic – turning fans and followers into  paying clients through print sales opportunities. Special consideration  is given to the marketing tactics photographers can employ to boost  print sales.

‘How to Sell Prints’ is the newest installment in PhotoShelter’s  collection of downloadable guides for photographers, covering a wide  selection of business and marketing topics such as SEOGoogle AnalyticsSocial Media, and Blogging. The  guides have been downloaded more than 100K times by photographers, and  are available here: https://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/research/.

PhotoShelter produces these free guides with a deep commitment to  helping photographers succeed. In addition to providing advanced tools  to bolster a photographer’s online presence, the company makes educating  photographers a top priority. The insights from the guide can be used by  anyone – a PhotoShelter website is not required.

About PhotoShelter
PhotoShelter is the leader in portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing  and archiving tools for photographers. Over 65,000 photographers  worldwide use PhotoShelter to power their success online, with  customizable website templates, searchable photo galleries, e-commerce  capabilities, and bulletproof image storage. Photographers can create a  professional PhotoShelter website in under five minutes, or customize  the design of PhotoShelter to power their existing photography website.  A complete solution designed to make the business of photography easier  to manage, PhotoShelter offers superior image security, online image  delivery, and advanced marketing tools like SEO and social media sharing  capabilities so photographers can make their images work harder for  them. To join our community visit https://www.photoshelter.com.


Gevon Servo

Gevon Servo aka @GServo is an eclectic, NJ/NY Photographer. He’s a Nikon shooter, by choice nevertheless, will always test any piece of photography equipment. He believes that like ‘Photography’, ‘Coffee’,’Beer’ and ‘Comics Books’ and other things ‘Geek’ “You must try everything once to discover what you want to try again.