Some people call me an OG of wedding business marketing, but deep down I'm just another person wearing PJ bottoms on Zoom. I swear a lot, I share my struggles, and I don't pretend to be better than anyone else.
In this podcast episode you’ll hear directly from a photographer who went through that and rebuilt his website not once, but twice and learned a TON in the process. Now he’s attracting better clients and he’s going to tell you exactly how he did it.
Arius Jacks is a wedding and portrait photographer based in Sheboygan, WI and is a member of The Wedding Business Collective. He has been married to his wife Angela for almost 11 years now, and they just had their 3rd child (Congrats Arius!).
When he is not behind his camera or working on his business he enjoys spending time with his family, bicycling, and playing guitar.
Register for the free webinar: How To Attract Your Ideal Clients
The Evolve Your Wedding Business Facebook group
WordPress tutorials for newbies
Episode 6: Building A Website That Sells With Brenda Cadman
Episode 56: Injecting Your Personality Into Your Business with Kira Hug
Episode 71: Getting To Page 1 Of Google Using Simple SEO With Raymond Hatfield
All In One SEO Pack
Episode 69: Get Your Time Back & Redefine Busy with Bryan Caporicci
My system for getting killer testimonials that Arius uses
37 Practical Blog Post Ideas For Wedding Professionals
Arius’ blog post: Why I didn’t follow my own advice and hire a professional photographer for my wedding
The Wedding Business Collective
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The Wedding Business Collective a club for talented business owners who are killing it on the creative front but struggling with business strategy and marketing. It has everything you need to build your wedding business in one place along with the personal support to help you implement what you learn.
Too busy? We’ve got you covered. You’ll learn how to get your time back.
The best part? It’s all for less than you pay for your daily lattes from Starbucks, cable TV or that gym membership that you never use but you’ve been meaning to make use of AND you can see if it’s right for you by taking it for a trial run for 10 days.