Five reasons why the smartphone is not killing your pet photography business

Smartphone NOT Killing

I recently posted a link to this article that I wrote for pet parents that caused a little concern in one of my pet photography Facebook groups. The worry was that in sharing information on how our clients can improve their own photography, we would make ourselves obsolete as professional pet photographers. I want to share with you why the …

Building New Relationships Outside of your Usual Circles

Since becoming a pet photographer, I have really focused my time building relationships with other local pet industry businesses. These relationships are invaluable, and some of the best friendships I have now have stemmed out of these mutually beneficial partnerships. No regrets. However as my competition grows, this lovely little group of pet industry folk is getting a little saturated …

Pumpkin Pie Frozen Treats for Pups

(yields ~ 20 frozen treats) For nearly ten years I co-owned a health food store for pets. This has given me a lot of experience in pet nutrition and as a result, I can share some of the wonderful things I know about dogs and their diets with my fellow introvert dogtogs! After posting a photo of my homemade dog smoothies …

5 Ways to better cater your business to introverts

  It is estimated that about 1/3-1/2 of your potential clients are introverts. Hardly a stat to shake a stick at and definitely worth learning a bit more about what makes us tick when we are shopping for products and services. Odds are if your business is not currently introvert-friendly, you will have no idea because most of us won’t …

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Introvert is not an Excuse

“Introvert”. I think we all know what that means… It’s become a household term and it’s great that people are becoming more understanding and accepting of us quiet, introspective types. However, another trend I see emerging among introverts that I am not so happy about is people using the term “introvert” as a reason or excuse to not try or …