4 Marketing Techniques To Help Crush Your Competition

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There are four marketing techniques that you can use to approach your market with your products and services. Use these to market your products better than your competition. The better you market to your customers, the greater your success in business and sales. Use these tricks to get ahead of your competitors. Marketing Technique #1: Read More

7 Strategies for Monitoring Your Competitors

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Want to be recognized for your outstanding content? Then it’s crucial you continually monitor the competition. From revealing opportunities to highlighting failures, competitor analysis gives you invaluable insight into what works and what doesn’t and enables you to track how you’re performing against others in the industry. Use the seven tips below to keep a firm eye Read More

14 Ways to Do Competitive Marketing Analysis

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The small business landscape is arguably tougher than ever before. A recent Constant Contact survey found that 59% of SMB CEOs feel it’s harder to run a business than it was 5 years ago, a factor which can primarily be attributed to quickly-changing technology and marketing best practices. The difficulty of success means that competitive Read More

Lumia Smartphone shoots the Northern Lights!

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Shooting the Northern Lights with a Lumia Smartphone by Stephen Alvarez It stuns me how fast imaging technology is changing. Not in DSLRs. They are fantastic but have not advanced much in half a decade. I’m talking about telephones, that is where technology is moving at a breathtaking pace. For the last two and a Read More

National Geographic Smartphone Photo Workshops

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In 2016, Ed Kashi will be teaching two National Geographic Photo Expedition Workshops on the subject of Smartphone Photography in New York City. The course dates will be June 4th & 5th, and October 29th & 30th. Registration is now open for both sections of this two-day expedition! This workshop is designed for amateurs who Read More

5 Things To Know When Starting a Photography Business

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I started my photography business a decade ago.  For the past 10 years, I’ve had ups and downs, made poor decisions, and endured the pain of negativity.  And yet each year I show up ready and willing to grow my business because I love it.  I love my clients.  I love the stress of the Read More

Should a Photographer Post Every Shoot?

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Last night I spoke as part of an online workshop and a photographer asked me if I show every photo shoot.  She also asked how to move away from shooting things she doesn’t find inspiring.  I briefly answered the question on the webinar, but I wanted to follow up and share, exactly, how I feel. At Read More

Angels and Demons

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Angels and Demons by Dan Brown was one of the best page-turners I have ever read. From the very beginning I couldn’t put it down. I did not know where Dan Brown would take the story next. Following the main character Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbologist on his first great adventure was breathtaking. I wanted Read More

The Hunger Games

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THE HUNGER GAMES is a fantastic, breathless and somewhat brutal read that once you start you simply can’t put down again. Initially I had no idea what this book was about or what to expect in terms of YA writing, it had just been recommended to me by so many people and had such a Read More

The Life of Pi

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It is not so much that The Life of Pi, is particularly moving (although it is). It isn’t even so much that it is written with language that is both delicate and sturdy all at once (which it is, as well). And it’s certainly not that Yann Martel’s vision filled passages are so precise that Read More