New photographer/videographer directory (UK)

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Jim Sewell, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. Jim Sewell

    Jim Sewell Guest

    Dear Sirs,
    Forgive me if I've already contacted you, but I have just
    designed a new photography/videography directory which I thought would
    interest you greatly.
    Apart from photographers and videographers, there will be no other products
    or services featured on the directory, meaning that anybody looking for your
    service will find it quick and easy to locate just what they want. No need
    to sift through many categories...
    The site is now live at where I can add you
    within 24 hours if you'd like your business featured under any of the
    listings. Listings will cost just £15 per year for as many counties as you'd
    like adding to. The site is deliberately basic in design to make it
    extremely easy for visitors to navigate.
    The site will be added to many search engines over the next few weeks, and
    also to some of the existing wedding directories in their photography
    Places are filling fast...


    D Bone
    Jim Sewell, Jul 16, 2003
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    Sean McManus Guest

    £15 per year sounds extremely expensive for a link from a website
    that's just starting out. The site doesn't have a pagerank on google
    yet and so is most likely not indexed on google either. I'd query how
    many visitors it's getting and compare your likely incoming traffic
    from the link with the cost of Google Adwords or similar pay-per-click

    The use of free webspace (the obligatory advert obscures the headings
    on some pages) suggests that this is not a venture that is going to
    invest heavily in promotion with magazine adverts and the suchlike.

    It's always good to see people providing new services to the
    photographic community - and maybe this is one to watch to see how it
    develops - but the price isn't competitive with other services out

    Sean McManus, Jul 17, 2003
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