Friday Business Challenge Wrap-up

A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the Friday Business Challenge bought to you by Current Photographer and Today is Different. Did you miss the 7 weekly challenges? If you did it’s not too late to go back and check them out?

  1. Avoiding the overwhelm of social media
  2. Providing a remarkable experience
  3. The 7 point website review
  4. Must do SEO tactics for photographers
  5. 7 steps to creating a referral program
  6. 7 steps to eamil marketing
  7. Goal setting and teh next 7 weeks

So if you stayed with us, how did you go with the challenges? We’d love to hear your comments. If you are saving them up for a rainy day, that’s cool as well!

If you particiapted in the challenges and want to see more from me at Today is Different pop on over, have a look around and get a free marketing promotions planner if you subscribe.

Bye for now and happy challenging…


I am a portrait photographer and a workshop facilitator. I am passionate about what I do and thrive amongst people who are innovative and love what they do. I am in my element in the midst of conversations where ideas are spread and opportunities are discovered.

Today is Different provides workshops, retreats and consulting for professional photographers in Sydney, Australia.

We help you to:

  • Find your uniqueness and your fantabulousness
  • Stop selling products and services and start providing
    an experience
  • Find clients that you love and that love you right back
  • Simplify by focusing on what is truly important

Today is Different

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  1. I’ve just recently gotten involved on twitter, and because I have been focused in my approach, I am enjoying it much more than Facebook. With Facebook, my friends are a mix of personal, family, clients, colleagues etc. and I have frequently been confused about whether to include personal updates and when I might be over sharing with clients and colleagues. But since taking a focused approach with Twitter, focusing on business, I have really enjoyed it.