196: Six Major Mistakes You Are Making on Your Portfolio Page

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Friend, I’m going to continue talking about websites, because I know firsthand what a great tool it is to get your name out there and connect you with amazing clients!

In today’s episode, I cover six major mistakes I keep seeing on Portfolio pages! These mistakes are not about photography, but instead, they are mistakes about branding, website functionality, and visitors’ experiences.

These mistakes can be costing you money because if a visitor doesn’t find your website easy to use, guess what? They are going to leave, without even inquiring, and we definitely don’t want that.

Obviously, in this episode, I not only address the mistakes, but most importantly I give you options and ideas to fix them!

If you find this episode helpful, perhaps you are interested in having me do a full review of your site, if so you can find all the information here: All you need to know about booking a website review

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