Sarah Crowder is a food photographer based out of New York City. She has grown her business in some really cool ways over the past couple of years and throughout this journey she has also really solidified her offerings and where she wants to niche herself in the food blogging industry. I’m really excited to share her journey with you today as she has a lot of great insight into gaining focus and clarity in your business.
— Getting a website set up when you’re just starting out
— The surprising business skills that Sarah learned while working on an organic farm
— The passion for food that informed the development of her business
— How Sarah niched her business down to focus on food photography
— Using the parameters and restrictions of a project to inspire your creativity
— The process of bringing a client’s vision to life
— Why Sarah is rethinking her offers in order to invite clients to hire her for longer-term engagements
— The process of working out what offerings you’ll make available
— Focusing on creating content before you start sharing on social media
— Rethinking networking and how useful it can be for learning about your ideal clients and boosting your confidence
— Understanding content marketing as a long game and figuring out what content to create for your business
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— Instagram: I’ve been LOVING sharing some daily happenings with the new stories feature — hope you’ll follow along there!
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