March 25, 2020
at 2:00pm -
with D'Arcy Benincosa
Imagine if you could 10x your website conversions just by implementing a few of D’Arcy’s key strategies? If you attend this training, you'll learn about the 5 most common website mistakes that photographers usually make.
Whether you need a complete website overhaul or just need new ideas on how to get people to actually stay on your site, you know I'll give it to you straight. I won't waste your time and I'll make sure you come away with mind-blowing ideas for how to take your website to the next level!
D'Arcy Benincosa is the founder of The PATH Worldwide Workshops, a destination wedding photographer, and a business coach and mentor to creative entrepreneurs around the globe. After getting hired by Sports Illustrated magazine she quit her day job as a teacher and began her photography career in earnest. Based in NYC and Paris, D'Arcy's work is regularly featured on the top wedding publications including Martha Stewart, Bride's, Harper's Bazaar, Style Me Pretty, and Once Wed. Her weddings have graced the screen on The View, ABC, and NBC.
D'Arcy is a social media expert. She teaches website conversion master classes.
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