Online listing for photographers
One of the key benefits of membership from The Societies is the Members' Directory.
It is imperative to have the most up-to-date information, along with additional features to attract potential clients to your members' page.
Please check the following are up-to-date.
- Telephone Number
- Fax Number
- Mobile Number
- Web Address
- Blog link
- Email Address
- Skype Contact
- List of specialities
- Facebook Link
- Twitter Feed
Showcasing your work
Hundreds of members have already taken advantage of our online photographic exhibition. To get yours all you need to do is send in 15-30 jpegs (named 1.jpg-30.jpg) to email@example.com at 400 pixels wide.
In addition you can also have a 'Signature Image' on your members page, again to do this send in your image to firstname.lastname@example.org at 400 pixels wide.
Who are you?
It is a proven fact that potential clients like to know who they are dealing with. With this in mind we have for some time been able to display an image on member’s pages of themselves. Many members have already taken advantage of this extra site facility and are reporting additional visitors to their sites and a positive increase in referrals. So do send in an image of yourself, 200 pixels wide as a jpg to email@example.com and get yourself seen.
Good unique content is essential if you are to be found on the internet –so by submitting a profile of you and or your business for inclusion on your page on our site, you can substantially increase the referrals that you get from our web site. The profile can include: information about what services you offer, your achievements, your training, your qualifications, the venues or the areas that you cover, it could also include your clients feedback or just about anything else which you think may encourage a client to follow the link to your web site. Please keep them to around 250 words.
To up date your bio, please fill in the following secure form: https://swpp.co.uk/secure/profile.htm
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