SEO for Photographers
Do you want your website to stand out from the hundreds of
other photographers in your market? If so, you'll need more
than pretty pictures and a strong artist's statement to win the
business of today's discriminating and sophisticated clients.
In this highly informative session, Rob Greer explores the
fundamentals of search engine optimization and building a
better website. Designed for both beginner and intermediate
online marketers, this survey of current SEO trends and
tactics is incredibly valuable to photographers looking to
improve their position in search engine results pages.
Some of the topics covered include SEO fundamentals,
recent changes to search, keywords and keyword research,
writing for search engines, blogging strategies, link building,
paid advertising, and proven optimization techniques
About The Speaker
Rob Greer knows SEO and been building websites and web-
based applications since 1995. He has owned and sold
successful dotcoms and as Managing Director of E-commerce
for a professional consultancy his past clients include
Walmart, Dillards, AOL, Conoco, Schlumberger, NASA, and
hundreds of other online businesses and retailers.
Today, as a professional wedding, portrait, and event
photographer based in Los Angeles, he has put his knowledge
to work and his photography business is well known for being
on the first page of Google for many of the most competitive
photography-related keywords. He now hopes to share with
other photographers his vast practical experience in
optimizing websites for both search engines and potential
clients. Rob is also the founder and managing director of
Good Gallery, a company providing better websites for
Rob has been recognized with 50+ awards from Wedding and
Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) including four
1st place, three 2nd place, and three 3rd place trophies. He
has also been awarded the title Master of WPPI.
He has also served as a four-time print competition judge at
the WPPI Annual 16x20 Print, Album, and Filmmaking
Competition in Las Vegas. Additionally, he has twice judged
the National Association of Professional Child Photographers
(NAPCP) International Image Competition. He has also
judged prints at the I Am Photographer Festival in Tallinn,
He has appeared as an educator on the business of
photography at WPPI, PhotoPlus, PPA’s Imaging USA,
National Association of Professional Child Photographers
Retreat, Mystic Seminars, the I Am Photographer Festival in
Tallinn, Estonia, and online via The Wedding School, Sue
Bryce Education, and Jerry Ghionis Photography Training.
He has also served as an instructor at the Tri-Community
Photography School in Los Angeles.