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7 Best Google Analytics Plugins: Decode Your Traffic Like a Pro

Google Analytics is an essential tool for understanding your website’s performance and visitor behavior. However, integrating Google Analytics with your WordPress site and finding your data in GA4 can be a challenge. Thankfully, that’s where Google Analytics plugins come in. In this article, we’ll review the best Google Analytics plugins for WordPress, highlighting their key […]

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How to Create a Client Gallery & Proof Images Online (WordPress)

Are you a photographer looking to create a client gallery with online image proofing? Giving clients a convenient, professional way to view and select their favorite photos can significantly streamline your workflow and improve customer satisfaction. Luckily, setting up WordPress photo proofing on your website is pretty simple! In this tutorial, we’ll show you the […]

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[Feature Alert] Safeguard Your Work with NEW Image Licensing!

As a photographer or visual content creator, you know how important it is to protect your work and control how your images and videos are used. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce a game-changing new feature that puts the power of licensing in your hands! We developed the Image Licensing feature to help you¬†showcase your […]

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How to Create Facebook Ads for Photographers (Step-by-Step)

Are you a photographer looking to expand your reach and attract more clients? With over 2.9 billion monthly users, Facebook ads for photographers is a powerful way to grow your business. Advertising your photography services on Facebook involves targeting the right audience, creating visually attractive advertisements and landing pages, and monitoring the success of your […]

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How to Price Photography Services: Packages, Rates, & More

One of the most crucial aspects of running a photography business is figuring out how to price photography services and products. You need to ensure your costs are competitive, but you also don’t want to undervalue your work. This can make it difficult for beginners to determine how much to charge for their photography work. […]

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