Keep It Moving Interview with Annemie Tonken, host of one of my favorite photography business podcasts, This Can’t Be That Hard
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This Can’t Be That Hard
“This can’t be that hard” was exactly what I wast thinking 5 years ago when we moved from Japan to Quantico.
SURELY someone else had moved their photography business with less down time, right?! I mean, photogs are a dime a dozen in the military world.
I googled for hours only to find blog posts relocating offices within the same city. #nothelpful
I piecemeal-ed all I could from social media strategists, SEO experts, and business podcasts and for the last 3 moves, I think it’s worked out pretty well bc I’m still standing!
In this episode of @thiscantbethathard_ I’m sharing a laundry list of things I’ve done with each move bc it turns out I REALLY like what I do!
Whether you’re thinking about moving or just pivoting into something new, I think you’ll find something to try.
If you do, LMK how it goes!
Keep It Moving Podcast & Coaching
I’m sharing the steps and systems I’ve used to move my business with my own biz-bestie, Melissa Arlena on our own photography business podcast, Keep It Moving.
Between the two of us, we have combined 27 years in photography,10 years in IT and have lived through 9 business relocations.
4 moves ago I was frustrated watching my peers grow their businesses in one place while I was starting from scratch again. I knew I couldn’t be the only one relocating and wanting more financial stability. Despite my Googling, all I could find were vague blog posts, moderately interesting podcasts but not one truly helpful resource on how to relaunch my business in a new city.
Since then, I’ve streamlined a process to relocate and restart my business faster – booking clients within a month of arriving in my new location. It is possible to have clients waiting for you on the other side! I can help get you there.
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I'm a USMC spouse, South Carolina native, recovering homeschool mama of a 4 boy circus. They've taught me the most important facet of family photography: KEEP IT FUN!