Do You (Really) Need A Blog, Website & Portfolio to Succeed?
Do you still need a blog, a website and a professional portfolio to kick-start your creative business or succeed with the business you already have?
This is something many creatives and aspiring entrepreneurs ask me about all the time; Is blogging still relevant? And if I want to take my passion and turn it into a freelance business do I really need a website? And do I need to have a portfolio, if I have a good presence on social media? Is it even necessary to have a website in 2019?
After all, people´s online behavior shifts rapidly and what used to be the norm might be seen as old-fashioned today. The way people use the Internet changes all the time. So how do you keep up and what do you need to focus on? That´s what I will reveal to you in this episode.
Christina Greve is an experienced Photographer, Educator & Mindset Coach with a passion for flowers, decorating & country living. She's the founder of The Lifestyle Photography Academy + The Empowered Creative Show. She provides tools, education and inspiration designed to help multi-passionate women, artists and creative souls find direction, push through self-doubt + make a living doing what they LOVE.She is known for her elegant storytelling photography and draws much of her inspiration from the Nordic countryside, travels, food and still life.Her work has been featured in numerous magazines, blogs and books worldwide. After a decade of working with psychology, Christina's passion for photography evolved into a full-time photography and coaching business.Today she runs a thriving + fast-growing international empire specializing in professional online training, motivating and engaging female photographers, designers, bloggers, makers and creatives. She has coached thousands of fabulous women from more than 40+ countries.With her Podcast "The Empowered Creative," her popular Instagram posts, and quickly sold-out workshops, Christina has become the go-to person for many creatives seeking like-minded sisterhood, real support and heartfelt encouragement. View all posts by Christina Greve