Social Media for Equine Photographers with Terri Cage
Now available On Demand

With so many social media options available today, how do you know which one is best for you and your business? What will appeal to the kind of customers that you are looking for? Being on the correct platform and knowing how to use each will lead to finding, growing and engaging with your target audience.

Learn about the various social platforms available today, with an emphasis on Facebook and Instagram, and how each can meet your needs and goals. You may even find goals you hadn't thought of. Pinterest, Snapchat, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok will also be discussed.

Followers and Engagement: quality over quantity. Why is it important to have quality followers and not dwell on how many followers you have? Growing the best quality followers that will lead to new relationships and new business.

Social Media Goal Setting - Why are you on social media? Optimize your time and learn about scheduling options, tagging, sharing and how to get your posts seen and noticed. What works and what doesn't.

Tips you can use! There's more to social media than just posting. Are you posting consistently, but not getting the interaction you want? What gets noticed? Learn what your insights mean.

Available on demand - this webinar may be viewed at any time.
Includes a private facebook group for Q & A, various links and resources
and one month's worth of daily prompts from Terri.

Webinar cost: $29 - Register below.

About Terri: Terri Cage is based in a small town in North Texas, very close to the heart of horse country. Being a lifelong horse lover and owner, Terri started her photography emphasis with horses and people with her horses. Terri added senior portraits to her collections after several customers asked if she would photograph their senior portraits with their horse. Terri enjoyed photographing seniors and a new niche within her photography business was started.

Terri has a degree in fashion and design, which helps in choosing the best fashion and colors that complement each model. Her knowledge of horses helps in understanding the best angles and the correct timing to make a horse look its best. Equine photography takes a great deal of patience and it is something she has plenty of.

She has spent countless hours studying the behavior, movement, and conformation of horses. She takes pride in making you and your horse look your best. Terri also keeps a large collection of equine stock images and has been published in numerous publications.

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