What I’ve Learned from 10 Years of Blogging

By Allen Murabayashi


Ten years ago, PhotoShelter launched our website product to help photographers store, distribute and sell photography. Concurrent with that launch, I started blogging on the mundane topic of “Total Cost of Ownership.” It’s a yawner, and reads like your grandpa telling you about how they never had cellphones in college. Being the nostalgic and self-indulgent fellow that I am, I thought I would share a few thoughts on blogging, marketing yourself, and why you won’t find me on Twitter very often.

1. Writing is important

The ability to cohesively articulate your thoughts is as important as ever. The digital cycle has …read more

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Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses