A version of this post appeared originally on The F Stop Lounge.
This is the age of social media marketing, which is all very nice and useful, but most photographers know that word of mouth referrals are still the best way to get new clients, so they will print and give out business cards, thank you cards, or other kinds of promotional material.
Unfortunately, these get often lost or put in a drawer, and clients cannot easily share them with multiple friends.
Many photographers will also create online albums for their clients, but when a client wants to show their album to their friends, they have to dig up an email or bookmark the page, so they don’t often do that.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to create a number of online, personalized and branded galleries that clients could carry on themselves wherever they go and easily share with anybody? This was the idea that Nate Grahek had when he founded StickyAlbums, about which I posted a few days ago.
As I wanted my dear readers to get the news straight from the horse’s mouth, I thought I’d interview Nate to give us more information about it. I hope you will enjoy it.
As a disclaimer, I am in no way affiliated with StickyAlbums, I just happen to like the service and these are just my personal opinions, but asked Nate for a discount code for my audience. For a limited time, you can get $40 of the cost of a yearly subscription to StickyAlbums by using the offer code FSTOPLOUNGE.