We’ve had a lot more great wedding photography content on the SnapKnot Blog recently, and we want to make sure you know about all the ways to keep tabs on the latest and greatest from our talented group of wedding photographers. Here are the best ways to stay in touch:no comments
A bit off topic from our normal content, but we came across this YouTube video from Japan of what we think is a brilliant marketing campaign using a giant wooden xylophone. Brilliant and beautiful:no comments
***UPDATE: WE NOW HAVE A BOOTH ON THE WPPI TRADE SHOW FLOOR: #1735. PLEASE COME VISIT!***
This is our second year at WPPI and we are excited to meet up with old friends and meet a bunch of new friends as well. We have a jam-packed schedule and lots of exciting stuff going on, so we hope you’re able to plan some time to come find us.no comments
Over at Tiffinbox, Seshu is hosting our contest to crowd-source the next Big Ideas for improving SnapKnot. Contribute an idea on how to make the site better and we will select the top three ideas to win membership prizes: from 3 months to a full year of SnapKnot Premium!no comments
Everyone knows someone getting married. If you like what we’re doing here at SnapKnot, please tell your engaged friends about us! Couples begin their search for a wedding photographer earlier and earlier these days, so it helps for them to know about the latest (and greatest!) wedding photography resources available. Send an email or some social media love via our Spreadable referral page – also check out our new Spreadable button on the sidebar —>no comments
Last Thursday we were fortunate enough to get invited to appear on the
[ b ] School’s Study Hall courtesy of Orange County wedding photographer and [ b ] School founder Becker. SnapKnot Co-founder Reid was on the show, with Mike chiming in via Skype at a couple points during the broadcast. All in all it was a lot of fun for us and we were happy to answer some great questions from the live audience. We’re grateful to everyone who caught some of the show last week!
Image via Beatlejase
Greg Rewis and Stephanie Sullivan are a couple who live and work online quite a bit. Greg proposed to Stephanie via Twitter a couple years ago (they were in a long-distance relationship at the time). That was definitely out-of-the-ordinary for most people.
We currently have 440 wedding photographers listed worldwide, representing 44 of the 50 US states (including Washington, D.C.)
Who will be the first to list in our missing states? We need:no comments
For all wedding photographers out there who are interested in creating a new Premium listing or upgrading from a Free listing, remember that our 60% off intro discount special ends this coming Monday, March 15.no comments
The Boston Business Journal recently reported on a study conducted by Liberty Mutual on the use of social media. The study found that men are more likely than women to engage in social networking such as Twitter and Facebook. Men are more likely to have more than one social media account (57% vs. 50%) and 51% of men think it is ok for their boss to tweet about their company vs. 37% of women. (37%?!? Get on board, ladies!)2 comments