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10 Ways to Grow Your Editing Business During Off-season (Free Download) | Emily Moore

Off-season is Here!

Now that December is finally here, your inbox is probably getting flooded with tons of “This is my last wedding of the year!” emails. After such a busy season, this can be a relief. Trust me when I say that I all know that you’ve worked hard this year and you deserve some time off! This notion is wonderful…until you realize that it probably means that it is the last of your income for the next three months. Yikes! If you are anything like I was during my first year of business, this is really stressful. But I promise you: it will be okay! Off-season for photo editors is a great thing! Not only do we get to rest a little and recharge, but we have tons of time to prepare for the upcoming year!

10 Ways to Grow Your Editing Business During Off-season (Free Download) | Emily Moore

So don’t panic and stress about the off-season – use this time to GROW your business! Unsure about how to do that? Well don’t worry, because I put together a free e-book just for you! Grab your copy of my 10 Ways to Grow Your Editing Business During Off Season e-book below!

 

 

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  1. Sarah M Holladay says:

    It’s *almost* off season for us photographers too and I’m so ready!! This is a great resource for photographers and photo-editors alike. It’s s great to be intentional with your business this time of year! Also just check out your “MY TOP 5 FAVORITE WEBSITES FOR FREE STYLED STOCK IMAGES” post… thank you for sharing, I’ve been looking!! 🙂

  2. Georgia says:

    Such great advice!! Peak season is always great but I love when we get advice to survive when it’s not without getting discouraged

  3. Krishna says:

    Oh the end of this year! Yay – for a photographer here- out I do hear your cries! Off season can be tough. This is a great resource for lots of business owners! Thank you for sharing .

  4. Elizabeth says:

    What a great resource for editors! You are such an inspiration to so many! And I love your style too!

  5. Lynn Marie says:

    So true! As a photographer, I tend to panic about this time every year, including this year. Slow season is real and can be anxiety inducing for sure. So nice to know others are in the same boat. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Sarah says:

    I generally look forward to the off season, but this year… I’m not so sure I will get one. The slow season months are starting to look just as booked as all the other months for me.

  7. Ashley says:

    It is crazy how drastic the change is from the full swing of things to an empty inbox. Thank goodness for the break though! Thank you for sharing your tips and tricks. I am looking forward to reading more about your journey in the offseason as we all can continue to grow so drastically during it. And the fact that you have an e-book is the BEST!

  8. Kristin says:

    I am not a photographer, but this info is good for anyone who is in a business that has its high and low seasons! There is always work to be done am I right?? Really cool of you to make that book to help those in your field!

  9. It is our busy season, but I will keep these great tips for the slow season! Thank you so much for sharing this!

  10. Julia says:

    This “down” time is only stressful, if we decide to perceive it this way. I, personally, like to fill it up with creative shoots and test various new ideas and locations. I will definitely download your book to get some more inspiration and ideas. Congratulations on finishing such a big project!

  11. Downloaded! Thank you for the great tips! This is definitely a concern of mine

  12. Alyssa says:

    what a great resource for the off season! i am not quite to my off season yet but i’m SO CLOSE! and while it is stressful to not have as much income coming, you’re right, the recharging is so necessary!!

  13. Aida says:

    It is so important to use the off-season time wisely! I am sure these tips are gold for photo editors! So great that you are sharing your knowledge!

  14. andrea says:

    Emily you always have such useful tips! Definitely going to take a look at your free guide and I spied something else that I need to take a look at: Video on how to use the your tablet for editing. Hello! Where has this been all my life? Thanks again for sharing!

  15. Melissa Johnson says:

    Off season can be so nerve wracking!! I definitely feel that as a photographer! It’s so great that you’re sharing these tips for editors!!

  16. Kusum says:

    This is such a great resource! Even though I am not a photographer these editing tips are great for me to apply as a blogger.

    xx, Kusum

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