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SciFi Pubcast

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The SciFi Pubcast is a discussion show with only the finest galactic libations to offer. Come for a drink but stay for the speculation. Our customers have described this place as quirky and with good reason. We endeavour to provide intellectual "bar-style" conversations about themes and topics in science fiction and related genres. We don't take this establishment too seriously, eschewing pretentiousness while not spilling our drinks. We especially like having new people to podcasting come v ...
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This podcast takes the Ashdown Forest as a springboard for conversations about wildlife. In each episode audio producer, Eka Morgan, goes on a dawn and dusk walk with wildlife guide, Tom Forward. In between dusk and dawn, Eka interviews well-known writers, musicians and wildlife specialists - all recorded in the woodland and on the heath. The Ashdown Forest is 10 square miles of open access land in East Sussex. Please do support us by subscribing and leaving a review. Thank you! If you have ...
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Double Pontification

Dickington Steele

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Dickington Steele and Co. mix banter, skits, and sultry voices into brow-inclusive free-for-alls about life and film. Possibly serious, arguably logical, indubitably theatrical. This... is Double Pontification. Based in Shanghai with guests from around the globe. New release every other Thursday! Follow @doublepontification on Instagram!
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A podcast with Artists created and produced by Detlef Schlich. Visual artist and ritual designer. Living and loving in West Cork and best known for his Essay about the cause and effect of shamanism, art and digital culture. Working in the field of performance, photography, painting, sound, installations, and film he will dive and discover with us and a weekly creative guest into the unknown and exciting deep ocean of the creative mind. Promoting works of art, exploring ideas, philosophizing ...
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When you show up as yourself in business, you feel good in your work, so you're able to DO good for your clients and for the world. But with so many “must-have” tactics and strategies online, it isn’t always easy to shed the “shoulds” and express yourself wholeheartedly. Your host, Sara Gillis, and her guests drop-kick the tired ol’ strategies that everyone else is using and empower you to change the script to what makes you different, so you can show up online in a way that feels like, “Tha ...
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The Lonlee Town Chronicles

Three Sisters Inn Productions

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Lonlee Town is a quiet, quaint town located in the mountains of California, with beautiful forests, quirky townspeople, and a missing citizen. Cover art by the voice of Mels herself, Maria! Check out her Ko-Fi account at: http://www.ko-fi.com/InfatuatedCoconut
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April Selena is a not-so-quiet but quirky Latina from The Bronx, NY who shares an obsession with True Crime & Chisme (chisme, meaning gossip). In this series, we talk about some of the craziest true crime and mystery cases along with some juicy stories, New York Style!
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Kickass Boomers is THE PLACE to find inspiration and motivation for boomers from 55-100 to help them live a "Life Inspired". Terry interviews boomers who Refuse to Age and are living a life of purpose and passion into their 60's, 70's, and beyond. Subscribe now for your weekly dose of inspiration.
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Uniquely Brilliant Podcast

Diana Bader / Becky Berry

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The podcast with strategies for creative, quirky, and extraordinary people. Diana Bader and Becky Berry accompany you on the adventure of living life authentically. Learn to squelch the voices in your head that say you're wrong because you think differently and reclaim your best self. If your ideas and dreams are a little bit bigger than most people’s and you’re tired of feeling lost, frustrated or just plain wrong, this podcast is for you.
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Hello thereThis is the podcast feed for an eclectic and wonderous creative mix of podcasts under the Quirky Voices Presents banner. Welcome!I have an interview show / MADIVA podcast (Modern Audio Drama Indie Voice Acting) and this is focused on exploring the craft of voice acting through interviews with working Va’s, producers, Showrunners and directors. Anyone F’Coffee is a women’s health podcast hybrid audio drama / interview show.I wrote it and it stars women who actually suffer from the ...
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Crofters' Music Bar is a family-run bistro on the Isle of Arran in Scotland. We specialise in home-cooked food, Scottish craft beers and spirits and regular live music. Crofters' has a reputation for being quirky, innovative, entertaining, and welcoming. We are committed to providing imaginative vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes, alongside the very best of local produce, Scottish meats and seafood.
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'How Good Are Humans!' is a social project with many intentions. Primarily, it is to unveil the truly inspiring, motivating and moving personalities within society. It shines a light on those who are going above and beyond the call of duty to better themselves and the community around them; from adventure athletes raising money for charity, to quiet bookworms endeavouring to help others learn. Ultimately, this project is a celebration of humanity in a time when the world could do with just a ...
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Nic Torres discusses the impact of keeping a journal or sketchbook for pottery, detailing his personal experience with journaling and how it has facilitated his creative process. Initially resistant due to the time commitment, Nic found that replacing idle time with journaling helped him organize his tasks, set monthly goals, and brainstorm ideas t…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery,' host Nic Torres shares insights on how treating pottery like a regular nine to five job can dramatically improve your craft. The idea, inspired by a conversation with full-time potter Ron Philbeck, suggests setting a dedicated daily work schedule for pottery, whether it's the whole day or just a couple of …
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CELEBRATE: It's the one-year birthday of the Copywriter on Call podcast! 🎉 On this commemorative episode of the podcast, the script is flipped, and Sara's the one being interviewed by her bestie and brand photographer, Amanda of Arc Creative Company. Tune in as Sara looks back on the past year in her business and what's happened since launching the…
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This episode features an in-depth conversation with Kim Canfield, a potter renowned for her baby face mugs among other pottery works. Kim shares her journey from intending to pursue exercise science and PT to discovering her passion for pottery and ceramics due to sports-related injuries. Working in children’s hospitals influenced her profoundly, i…
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In episode 225 of the ArTEEtude podcast, Detlef Schlich continues engaging with Julia Melzer, building on the themes introduced in the previous episode. This instalment delves deeper into Julia's experiences with sobriety, her vibrant life on tour, and the broader implications of punk rock as both a music genre and a cultural movement. Julia shares…
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This episode features an enlightening conversation with Ron Philbeck, a renowned potter known for his quirky and illustrated pottery. Ron shares his journey into pottery, beginning from his post-college years to becoming a full-time potter. He highlights the importance of routine, passion, and authenticity in his practice, emphasizing how treating …
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery with Nic Torres', Nic shares his personal experience with his first mug sale, which resulted in zero sales, leading to disappointment and frustration. However, Nic views this as a valuable learning opportunity, advocating for a positive mindset towards failure. He suggests that failure to sell can be attribu…
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara interviews Brittany Herzberg, SEO & Case Study Copywriter at Copy by B and The Basic B podcast. We chat all about how Brittany's career in massage therapy gave her a solid understanding of SEO and inspired her to launch her business. We also talk in-depth about the SEO basics that photographer…
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In this insightful episode, our guest is Ana Shioshita, a multifaceted artist who balances her job in the film industry with her passion for pottery. Ana discusses her journey in pottery, starting from childhood experiences to her current work, emphasizing her love for making 'drippy' vases. She shares how working across different mediums and skill…
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Connect with Janine Bolin https://the8gates.com/open-friday-coffee/ I started this OPEN Friday Coffee as a call-back to my days as a College Professor where I had OPEN OFFICE HOURS for my students. Since my online university now has 638 students enrolled in over 93 courses, I’ve taken to offering them an opportunity to join me for live Q&A. Matchma…
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In episode 224 of the ArTEEtude podcast, host Detlef Schlich engages in a captivating conversation with the return guest, Julia Melser. Julia, an energetic singer in the punk rock band called Erection, shares insights into her journey, reflecting on the fast pace of life, the impact of aging on perception of time, and her personal and creative grow…
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This episode of 'Shape Your Pottery' features an in-depth conversation with Eva Funderburgh, an exceptional pottery artist known for her unique sculpture creatures. Host Nic Torres explores Eva's journey from her earliest encounters with pottery in school to her decision to pursue art over science, leading to the development of her distinctive scul…
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The importance of doing small alterations repeatedly to discover one's unique voice in pottery. Instead of striving for grand, extravagant changes, the speaker advises potters to focus on tiny adjustments, such as altering the shape of a pot or the design of a handle, to create something individualistic. The episode challenges listeners to reflect …
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara introduces a NEW digital product from What Sara Said. ChatGPT Brand Voice Hacks is a resource for creative business owners who want to use ChatGPT, an AI tool, to generate copy and content ideas that are customized to their brand voice type. Say goodbye to icky, robot-like ChatGPT results, bec…
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Season 2, Episode 1 Children & Nature: Bumper Episode How can we connect children with nature more? Are children still excited about the outdoors? Hear from 8-17 year olds. ‘Slimed, scratched, bitten and stung’? Is this the way to ignite curiosity? Hear from outdoor educators Lisa Stevens and Paula Da Luz. The magic of the humble stick…with Rich Sk…
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This Episode features an interview with Sonita Cannon who shares her journey from a high school art class discovery of ceramics to becoming a full-time potter with her own home studio and unique voice in the craft. Throughout the conversation, the importance of supportive people, from teachers to peers and family, is highlighted as a critical compo…
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In the latest episode of 'ArTEEtude,' host Detlef Schlich engages in a vibrant Q&A session, addressing listener questions on the transformative role of technology in art and creativity. From the tactile charm of traditional mediums to the boundless possibilities of digital innovation, Episode 223 explores the intersections that are shaping the futu…
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This Episode features an interview with potter Don Ricardo, who shares insights into his pottery journey, emphasizing experimentation, fun, and the essence of enjoying the process over commercial success. He reveals how he started pottery to create specific containers for his plants and how this led to a broader appreciation for his unique creation…
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In this episode, Nic Torres delves into the significance of revisiting old ideas to enhance pottery skills and find one's unique voice. He cites an interview with Eva Funderburgh, who emphasized the benefits of repetition and returning to past ideas. Funderburgh shares an anecdote from her first show in Switzerland, where struggling for new ideas l…
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara interviews Natalie (Natty) B. Davis, a blog writer and the owner of Natty Writes. Natty's been writing blog posts for What Sara Said for nearly a year now, and Natty shares her expertise in blogging as well as insight on how to blog effectively in 2024 and beyond. - Why so many creative busine…
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This episode features a deep dive into the life and creative process of Meredith Skyer, a potter who finds inspiration in exploring various art mediums and incorporates them into her pottery. Meredith discusses her lifelong fascination with creatures not of this world and how it influences her work, leading her to create pottery that blends functio…
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Connect with Neil Offen Still Funny After All These Years. Neil Offen has been a humor columnist for four decades and in two countries. He’s also a card-carrying member of the baby boomer generation. And now he’s making affectionate and hilarious fun of his generation’s attempts to keep up, seem younger and maybe still be around for the launch of t…
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Episode 107: Derek Beebe, The Secret Apprentice (Novel, 2024)! Welcome to the SciFi Pubcast! Come for a drink but stay for the speculation. We’re talking with own Derek Beebe, about his new novel, The Secret Apprentice. The pub is very proud of him. So, grab a glass of champagne and let’s celebrate Derek’s work, outside of the kitchen that is. This…
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In this episode of "ArTEEtude," titled "Creativity Unleashed: The Digital Renaissance of Art," we embark on a journey through the evolving landscape of artistic expression, tracing the path from the tactile touch of traditional artistry to the boundless horizons opened by digital innovation. As we delve into the stories of artists navigating this t…
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Join The Shaping Your Pottery Newsletter And Get Weekly Pottery Tips shapingyourpottery.com/newsletter In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery,' host Nic Torres has an in-depth conversation with Potter Terri Erasmus. Terri shares her journey into pottery, emphasizing the importance of starting without waiting for perfect conditions, embracing cust…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery with Nic Torres,' the significance of seeking outside feedback for pottery is discussed. Nic shares a story about his friend, Sarah Connor, who faced challenges with her pottery endeavors, highlighting how external opinions helped her reassess and improve her work. Nic emphasizes the value of feedback in ide…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery with Nic Torres', explore ways to regain your motivation for pottery when you're feeling disconnected from your studio. Acknowledging the commonality of such phases, Nic shares personal experiences and tips from Annie Christbergs about overcoming the lack of desire to create. Key advice includes allowing you…
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara shares the five most prominent things that teaching taught her about business. Even if you’ve never been in the teaching or education field, you've likely learned these lessons by running your business, too! 1) You have to repeat yourself. 2) Adaptability is key. 3) Patience is a virtue. 4) Co…
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In this episode, the host Nic Torres delves into the thoughtful process of selecting personalized pottery gifts for those we admire, inspired by the concept of impactful interactions as mentioned in Tim Ferriss's 'Tools of Titans'. The discussion emphasizes the importance of considering the preferences and experiences of others while creating potte…
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This episode features Luke Bonecutter, a potter inspired by space and retrofuturism, who shares his journey from struggling with wheel throwing in high school to finding his unique voice in pottery. Luke discusses the transition from working with drippy glazes to embracing underglazes and brighter colors, inspired by his interest in maximalism and …
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Today, in Episode #221, 'Navigating the Digital Current: From Calculation to Digital Consciousness,' we dive deeper into the waters of the digital era. We've observed how the development of the Polaroid, with its magical blend of chemistry and light, served as a poignant allegory for human advancement. Now, we shift our gaze to the realm of calcula…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery' featuring Casey Stelter, a potter known for her work tailored to the 'feral maximalist', listeners get valuable insights into finding one's passion and voice in pottery. Casey shares her journey from exploring pottery as a hobby with her husband to committing full-time to her craft amidst the challenges of …
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In this episode of Shaping Your Pottery, host Nic Torres emphasizes the importance of seeking and embracing external feedback for pottery improvement. He discusses how feedback can come from various sources such as family, friends, social media, or fellow potters. Despite the possibility of encountering negative comments, Nic encourages potters to …
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery' hosted by Nic Torres, the focus is on the vital importance of caring for your customers in the pottery business. The discussion emphasizes how engaging with and valuing customer feedback has been instrumental for Teri in selling her pottery and guiding the direction of her work. Teri exemplifies this by act…
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara shares four strategies she's implemented in her business to make it easy for her clients to share their feedback. These aren't groundbreaking ideas or revolutionary concepts, but they’ve helped Sara to regularly connect with her clients and request testimonials on what it’s like to work with W…
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In this episode, Nic discusses the significance of articulating your thoughts and preferences concerning pottery, drawing on insights from an interview with Luke Bone Cutter. Nic explains that understanding and expressing why you like certain aspects of pottery, whether it's colors, shapes, or techniques, can not only deepen your appreciation of ot…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery', potter Kym Owens shares her personal journey from ballet dancer to becoming a successful potter, offering advice for aspiring artists on perseverance, mentorship, and creativity. Kim discusses the importance of embracing failure, seeking mentorships, and engaging with the pottery community, whether locally…
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Connect with Gretchen Astro Turner Gretchen Astro Turner has a Master of Arts in the Teaching of English Language Arts from Columbia University. Her critically acclaimed debut book, But I Digretch – Quirky Short Stories, 13 short fiction stories is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and in all electronic formats, including Nook, Kindle, iBooks, G…
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"🚀 Episode 220 of 'ArTEEtude' is now live: 'From Development to Calculation: Human Progress Through the Centuries.' We embark on an intellectual odyssey, tracing humanity's relentless pursuit of knowledge from the mystical alchemy labs to today's digital marvels. Join us as we reflect on how these transitions shape our understanding of art, culture…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery,' host Nic Torres interviews Leigh Weinberg, a potter inspired by children's books, who shares her journey of finding her unique voice in pottery. Lee discusses the evolution of her pottery skills, the importance of being authentic, and her unconventional methods of selling pottery. She emphasizes the role o…
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In this podcast episode, host Nic Torres discusses how he incorporated five different pottery techniques into his own work. He emphasizes the importance of observing other people's pottery, but adapting and shaping them based on personal preferences rather than blindly copying them. He uses the examples of sculpting and underglazing techniques he a…
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In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery', host Nic Torres shares insights gleaned from his interview with prominent Potter, Casey Stelter. Casey enjoys slip casting because it allows her to focus more on the design and finishing aspects of pottery, which she finds most exciting. Using her experience, Nic suggests that in order to make pottery more…
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara interviews Val Duvick, a business and finances coach for creatives and the host of the Creative Income Cure podcast. - What to know about the Profit First hype - Why finances and numbers feel so darn scary to us as creatives - How Val planned, both logistically and financially, for time away f…
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Developing and Trusting Your Instincts in Pottery In this episode, Nic Torres discusses the importance of trusting one's instincts, especially in pottery. He shares personal anecdotes and examples to illustrate his points, highlighting a particular instance where going against his instincts led to a piece breaking. He emphasizes that gut feelings a…
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An Interview with Corey Dewitt In this episode of 'Shaping Your Pottery', host Nic Torres hosts Corey Dewitt, a Potter known for his fantasy-inspired Tiki mugs. Throughout the conversation, Corey highlights the importance of community in his ceramics journey, discusses his inspirations, and explains the reasoning behind his pre-order sales approach…
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Summary: In the thought-provoking episode "Shadows of Prosperity: Unveiling the Moral Dilemmas of Military Economic Growth Through Fiction," the "ArTEEtude" podcast, under the stewardship of Detlef Schlich, embarks on an innovative exploration of the intricate relationship between military economic growth and its societal ramifications. This episod…
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In this engaging episode, potter Nicola Moore (also known as Nic) shares her journey in the craft, along with the keys to developing one's unique style. She highlights her love of making pottery, experiments in microwave firing, and her decision to go full-time with her passion. Showing her keen interest in various painting styles and glaze types, …
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Nic Torres highlights the importance of breaking away from routine to foster creativity in pottery making. He shares an anecdote of Nicole Dacey, who found inspiration after a trip to Joshua Tree during COVID-19 lockdown. Torres stresses the importance of taking breaks from normal everyday stuff to allow new ideas to flow and avoid getting stuck in…
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In this episode, Nic Torres shares three essential factors to consider in developing a unique 'pottery voice'. The first is making time to regularly work in the studio, which is deemed as nearly half the journey. The second is focusing on shapes, which can introduce a wide variety of ideas for personal pottery expressions. To do this, Nic recommend…
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On this episode of the Copywriter on Call podcast, Sara shares five ways that photographers can boost their online visibility. Most of these to-dos are ideal to work on during a slow season in your business! When you’re busy photographing your clients, your website likely isn’t the thing that’s always top of mind for you. But one major mistake that…
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