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Capturing new Wedding clients with Online Social

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andrewosterberg says:

With the huge increase in online social websites (facebook, flickr, myspace), it seems that many photographers have turned to the internet for business. Has anyone seen, within your studio, an online avenue through the social websites that has brought in more clients?
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Studio E says:

Yep. Facebook is the best free advertising on the web. My primary business is senior portrait photography, and when I upload a new watermarked set of photos (with tags, of course), my bookings go up. I know a number of people on DWF who say the same thing about weddings.
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MandoPHOTOgraphy.com says:

I agree... Facebook!!
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Extra Medium says:

Do you guys solicit kids (girls in general) or is there a way of tagging or promoting yourself so they actually find you?
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ethereal room [deleted] says:

Yes all my work is coming from Facebook, Myspace and Google Maps and my website. I opened the studio full time 2 months ago and have been booked almost every day. The only other advertisement I do is brochure stands.
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carlbromberg says:

Facebook is what I use for seniors and it works great! Upload your best and "tag", tag, tag. You have to be an "active" member though, if you just put something up, and do nothing else, don't expect much. My Space works also, but for seniors and in my market Facebook works better. Havn't tried it for weddings yet, but thinking about it.
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Isabel Fields says:

Well, before I had a website, I set up a myspace page. I booked weddings from directing people to myspace, and I booked weddings from people who just happen to find me on myspace....
I haven't had any Seniors from it though, and I haven't used facebook.
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