Who cares about the name the great job you are doing is fantastic wish yous all the best KEEP IT UP :)
I am working on starting up my photography business and it is a "one piece at a time" venture since my budget is tight (by tight I mean nearly nonexistent). I so appreciate your tutorials but also I want you to know that I appreciate you being upfront and letting us know what is going on instead of leaving everyone wondering! :) As Light-catchers said, the name really is not that important, it is the wonderful content you are sharing! Can't wait until I am far enough into it to pay it forward!
I was just thinking about why I hadn't received any emails from you lately. I love what you do, and keep up the good work!
I feel for you Scott...I know how complex an internet biz can be and how changing one thing can have a ripple effect... sometimes causing unexpected changes. But I know you've got the right positive attitude to see this thing through.Ultimately, when all is said and done, you'll have learned and grown and your business will be stronger than ever. Welcome...NewPortraitBiz.com!
ScottI'm 100% with you and also think that you are doing a great job. My self as a photographer have been using some of you advertising techniques and they are great specially the 60/60 rule.thank you and Keep the great job
The best to you i dread the type of work its going to take to reformat your product name .
Hey Scott,I don't care if its call newcrapbiz.com...what you do is incredibly awesome. Your tutorials are great, and you always keep everyone informed. I have tried other things online and nothing compares to what you do. Most importantly YOU DO EXACTLY WHAT YOU SAY YOU WILL...others give ou a line of bull about oh you can contact us anytime, but then you never hear from them. I have never waited more than a couple hours to get a response from a question or email to you. THANK YOU FOR A GREAT PRODUCT AND BEING THE ULTIMATE PROFESSIONAL!!!!
Scott, it's a monumental task ahead of you but you have always displayed the ability to tackle difficult circumstances and come out shining.I'm sure I can speak for the people on the NewPortraitBiz Forum when I say, if you need us to do anything, just ask and we will do our best to help out during the transition.We appreciate all you and Lisa do for us, we support you 110%.
Hi Scott,I have just found you couple of weeks ago and I'm loving every minute of all your video lessons.Thank you so much and good luck with your new Business name. Cristina
Ouch! I feel for you mate. In one years time, you will look back at this lot, cringe at what you achieved and just get on with what you do and do darn well i must add. Break the whole job up into 12 monthly chunks and just gnaw away at it till done; don't sacrifice your core essence. Cheers
Hey Scott ,Thanks for the heads up about the name change ! I really appreciate all of the info that you put out for us all.You Rock !!!Hayley
Hi Scott,Thanks for the videos, just what I’ve been looking for. I did a photo shoot last weekend, of two kids. The photos were wonderful. I set up my studio in their home. That made them feel special. My questions are: How many photos are necessary to shoot in one sitting? How much time is acceptable to spend on one sitting? I took too many photos. And I stayed their much too long. Grandma wants to have some photos mounted to offer as a gift to her kids. But grandma has a tough time trying to figure out which picture to choose. I know that’s where I went wrong. I would like to know, how much photos are usually shown to a client after a shoot?Thanks
I`m with you. Doesn`t matter what name you choose.
judjing on this your video you got a really Napoleon's plans. it's good - hope you'll get a sucess
fuck him off - it's just a young boy. he knows nothing to big life
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