*BRAND NEW* Social Media Content Calendar For Photographers




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This social media content calendar for photographers includes a whole year’s worth of social media prompt ideas. All you have to do is use these social media prompt ideas to stay active on social media. It’s that easy! You can even schedule posts for the upcoming months if you’re feeling like a go-getter! No more slaving away trying to figure out what to post about on social media! We’ve done it all for you!

 

This product not only gives you a whole year’s worth of social media prompt ideas, but also will help you build a rapport and a deeper connection with your clients, as well. That means that even if a potential client isn’t in the market now for a photographer, they’ll think of you first when it’s time for them to book! Because you’re being active on social media.

 

This product is for all photographers and is not niche specific. 

 

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Samples:

 

January 8th: Start a discussion about client experiences. i.e. Share how you make

your clients experience a unique experience. Or if you give your clients a special

client gift, talk about your client gifts that you give.

 

January 27th: Start a discussion about one photo product that you offer for a

spotlight feature. i.e. Share a photo of one of the photo products that you offer to

clients and share information about that product. Make sure to share a product

that you have not talked about recently.

 

February 18th: Start a discussion about silhouettes. i.e. Explain what a silhouette is and why you love to shoot silhouettes.

 

March 4th: Start a discussion about how to feel comfortable at their photo

session. i.e. Talk about how being yourself is a great way to feel comfortable at a

photo session.

 

April 13th: Start a discussion about your private Facebook group. i.e. Talk about

the perks of being in your private Facebook group such as how they will be the

first to know about your sessions and what sales you are offering.

Start a discussion about your private Facebook group. i.e. Talk about

the perks of being in your private Facebook group such as how they will be the

first to know about your sessions and what sales you are offering.

 

May 12th: Start a discussion about what questions they should be asking

photographers before they book a session with a photographer. i.e. Talk about an

important question to ask would be asking what is included in the session fee.

 

June 11th: Share a throwback photo. i.e. Share a photo you took last year and talk

about how fast the year has gone by.

 

July 10th: Share a photo with a color edit and the same photo with a black and

white edit. i.e. Ask which edit they like better.

 

August 3rd: Introduce yourself. i.e. Share a selfie and 3 facts about yourself your

clients might not know.

 

September 5th: Share why you decided to become a photographer. i.e. Share a

photo of you with your camera and talk about how you started your photography

career.

 

October 18th: Start a discussion about frequently asked session planning

questions. i.e. Talk about if they can request specific photos.

 

November 10th: Start a discussion about frequently asked holiday session

deadline questions. i.e. Talk about the last date to set up a session for the photos

to edited in time for the holidays.

 

December 6th: Share some great winter location ideas to help your client pick a

location for their winter photo session. i.e. Share a local Christmas tree farm or a

Christmas light exhibit that would be perfect for a winter session.

 

 

 

  • This product is subject to the copyright of BP4U – © BP4U 2010-2020. All rights reserved. Disclaimer: These are suggested session ideas only. Under no circumstance shall BP4U and any affiliates or partners of BP4U be responsible or liable for such sessions. Under no circumstance shall BP4U and any affiliates or partners of BP4U be responsible or liable for any reason including but not limited to any claims made or any issues that arise out of any of the session ideas, the photographer is completely liable and responsible for the sessions they offer. It is the photographer’s responsibility to check local, state and federal laws that may pertain to any sessions they offer. It’s up to the photographer to obtain permission for certain sessions that may contain copyrighted characters or session themes. It is the photographer’s responsibility to research copyright laws when using characters or sessions themes. It is the photographer’s responsibility to make sure their sessions are in accordance with the law.

    Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents for any purpose is prohibited. This product was made for the purpose of educational use for professional photographers. It is not to be resold or redistributed for any purpose, including, but not limited to: sharing in workshops, lectures, or other classroom settings.

    If you'd like to use any of our products for the purpose of group education, please contact BP4U directly at bp4uguides@gmail.com to see our bulk rates.



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