Cary, NC (PressExposure) May 21, 2009 -- Whether you want to find out how to market your photographs online, or how to boost your current level of online sales, youâll find the new e-book, Fuel for Photography: How to Sell Photography Online, full of useful information.
âThe Internet is a wide open market for selling photography,â says author and marketing expert Gino Orlandi. âPhotographers who become adept at online networking and marketing can earn a steady stream of income from online sales.â
The guide takes the photographer through the process of setting up a business, finding the right niche, creating a strong brand, building a website, and developing a professional portfolio. As for marketing, it covers how to determine your target markets, how to price your work, how to reach your markets, how to get more traffic to your website, and how to use online networking to increase your profile.
The guide is written for amateurs who want to get started with an online business, career changers who want to get serious about their photography, and professionals who want to become more Internet-savvy and learn about cutting-edge business and marketing tips.
âIn short, itâs for anyone who wants to explore the world of online photography and start selling their work online,â says Orlandi. âThe Internet is a powerful marketing tool and the potential for networking and marketing online is just going to keep growing.â
One of the highlights of the book is the âbest ofâ lists. Orlandi has done thorough research to come up with the best photography websites and forums, and the best blogs to keep the photographer connected with the photography community. Also included are a list of sites where you can sell your photography and a list of online store systems if you want to set up your own sales site.