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Spring Cleaning for Your Business

It’s time for spring cleaning and I love a good reset and refresh. A clean space truly makes my mind so much clearer, and leaves me feeling motivated to tackle new projects. 

As I’m cleaning and organizing my spaces, I’m making sure to do some business spring cleaning as well. Here are some ways I like to keep my business organized and up to date:

  1. Organize Digital Files: Start by organizing your digital files. Sort through your photos, videos, and other digital assets, delete duplicates, and create a well-structured folder system to make it easier to find what you need quickly.

  2. Clean Up Website: Review your website for any outdated information,  broken links, swap out old images, and design elements that need refreshing. 

  3. Update Client Guides: Make sure your client guides are up to date with any new information, images, or design. Click here for client guide templates if you need a place to start!

  4. Revamp Your Social Media: Go through your posts and archive any that no longer fit your style. If necessary, update your profile photo, bio, and highlight bubbles.

  5. Adjust Pricing: If it's been a while, take this opportunity to increase your pricing. 

  6. Refresh Email Templates: Spruce up your email templates to make sure they are personable and relatable, sound like you, and include all necessary information. Click here for the email templates I use for all my client communication.

  7. Optimize Client Workflow: Make sure your client workflow is streamlined. Review your onboarding process, including invoices, contracts, emails, and questionnaires, and create templates and automations to save you time and ensure nothing falls through the cracks. Click here to download my free Client Workflow Roadmap.

  8. Backup Data: Back up all your important files and data, including client projects, financial records, and website files. Consider using cloud storage services or external hard drives for added security.

  9. Clean and Maintain Equipment: Take care of your photography equipment by cleaning your cameras, lenses, and other gear. Swap out old memory cards, clean out your camera bag, check for any signs of wear or damage, and perform any necessary maintenance or repairs.

  10. Declutter Workspace: A clean and organized workspace can help boost productivity and creativity. Declutter your desk, shelves, and storage areas, and get rid of any unnecessary items that are taking up space. Click here to watch my reel of how I set my office up for a productive work day.

  11. Review Business Goals: Spring is a great time to review your business goals and assess your progress. Are you on track to meet your objectives for the year? If not, consider adjusting your strategies and setting new goals for the upcoming months.

By implementing these spring cleaning tips you'll be well equipped to streamline your workflows, improve your online presence, and set yourself up for success in the months ahead

If you’re interested in learning more about productivity and streamlining your workflow, check out The Productivity Course with Organization & Productivity Expert, Hannah Murphy in Rise Photo Academy. The tips she teaches completely changed my business and I hope it can help you too!

Happy Spring Cleaning!

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