All posts by Mike Lloyd

Ep 67 – Sarah Santacroce – Generating Business On LinkedIn

Hey Photogs! Now that you have a badass LinkedIn profile, it's time to start making some money with it. We give you the step by step to find new connections, build relationships, and book clients without

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Ep 66 – Owning Your Schedule

Hey Photogs! Mike is doing a solo episode this week, giving you 5 ways to take ownership of your schedule. Because if you don't own your schedule, your schedule owns you... 😉1. Make a schedule2. Make

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Ep 65 – Focus

Hey Photogs! Mike is doing a solo episode this week, talking about focus. And no, it's not the kind you do with your camera. This week's episode is all about measuring what's working in your business and

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Don’t Go To School

Why I don't support going to school to be a photogDo you want to be a doctor or a lawyer? Maybe a CPA? If not, don't go to college. Don't send your kids to college if they don't want to be a doctor or

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What To Do When Clients Ask For A Refund

When a client asks for a refund, it doesn't have to be a big deal. There are professional ways to handle it to ensure that everyone walks away happy. Here are some of the common incidences that happen

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How to Host Profitable Mini-Sessions

What are mini-sessions?Mini-sessions are bite-sized photo shoots that offer a sample of what you do in your regular sessions. They are usually themed and every person who steps in front of your camera

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Q & A Friday #18 Part 2

Lora Skelton from Not Your Mama's Photography joins me this week to talk about a brilliant marketing tactic that you can do this week

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Ep 33 – Working on your business vs. working in your business

Hey Photogs! Mike is doing another solo episode this week. There is a huge difference between working on your business and working in your

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How to Set up a Day of Portfolio Shoots

The objective: Book several shoots back to back in 1 day so you can get a variety of new photos to use for your portfolio, advertising, and because practice is necessary for becoming a better photographer.

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What Makes a Great Image Great

How do I take a great photo? This is a subjective. So let’s get that out of the way. Every one of these criteria will be different for every viewer, which is no different than a taste test for wine

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