Take the time to get the vendor list together for your blog.
As a wedding photographer, this is your chance to network out to the other people in the wedding service industry. The vendor list is basically just a list of the names of all of the wedding service providers that you have worked with in the wedding event. You should put in the live links that lead right up to their blogs as well on the side. This is a little bit of effort that a lot of people will really be able to appreciate. Surprisingly enough for you, people will be quite excited to return the favor for you and feature you as well in their blogs. Go around during the wedding. Just walk up to people and introduce yourself briefly. Exchange contact info or business cards and catalog all of the info that you have managed to collect. This will make things so much easier for you to get all of their info together. If the couple hired a wedding planner for the event, it will save you so much more time if you just talk to the wedding planner instead because they most likely have all of the wedding service providers’ info. Send them an email once you have posted your blog up telling them that they are part of the feature. They will most likely promote you in their pages as well. You are basically putting in the first piece of the domino and things will just start to roll from there.
Announce your new blog post on your social media accounts.
It will help improve your online presence as a wedding photographer. Social media continues to be a bit of an underrated marketing platform that people tend to more or less are taking for granted and you should not be making this kind of mistake. Work on your social media presence and take things a day at a time. Your hard work will get to pay off in the long run and this is something that will really help give you the boost that you need.
Work on your image layout.
Every wedding photographer should know how to lay out his images correctly. Learn the mechanics of a professional looking image layout. There are a lot of online courses as well as wedding photography magazines and blogs that might teach you a thing or two about the right way for you to lay your images out. There are some images that deserve to be posted in full size while there are some that don’t. Take note of the little things because they will eventually pay off for you.
Tag your images included in your blog as a wedding photographer.
Put in the extra amount of effort to really tag the images that you post so that Google will be able to find a way to index your images so that people looking up searches that are more or less similar to your tags will be able to find your blog at the end of the day.