by David Strauss, FstoppersOne of the most difficult aspects of professional photography is dealing with business. This will help… “It can be hard to be a business owner who is prone to shyness and introversion,” says a Shapr user named Gwendolyn, who owns a portrait photography service. She’s voicing a universal concern, particularly among many professional […]Read more "This App Connects Photographers to Endless Business Opportunities"
September 30, 2014 by Stage 32 The Stage 32 community is strictly for people working in or with a desire to work in film or theater. It’s a place to gather, to discuss and develop projects, to join actor with director, director with producer, producer with cast and crew. Networking Connect instantly with our 300,000+ […]Read more "Stage 32: “Lynda.com Meets LinkedIn For Film, Television And Theater Creatives”"
July 12, 2012 By Beth Marchant / StudioDaily.com If you’ve got a film to promote, have you considered Tumblr? Beyond Facebook, Twitter, and clearly YouTube and Vimeo—where filmmakers can show their work as it was intended to be seen—Tumblr may be the next bountiful frontier. That’s what Lauren Donia, a former project coordinator at the […]Read more "Why Filmmakers Should Be on Tumblr"
August 14, 2010 By the Green Buzz Agency Linkedin Group Victoria Ipri is CEO of Ontogeny, Inc As I help LinkedIn members strengthen their profiles, one of the most frequently asked questions I hear is, “How can I get more connections?” You probably know LI is quite strict about the invite process. As the rule […]Read more "Want More Legit Connections on LinkedIn? Here’s How"