Can Photographers Make a Living from Thumbtack (and Other Platforms)?

November 01, 2018  •  1 Comment

Is your photography business part of the gig economy?  Should you be using online matching services like Thumbtack, Bark and others to land jobs?  I’ve spent the past few months trying out Thumbtack in order to find out if it was worth my while (and because I wanted to write about it).  Here’s what I’ve learned.

 


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For photographers, it can be a challenge to find enough clients to earn a stable income. But as this article demonstrates, photographers are turning to platforms like Thumbtack to find new customers.Photographer Tameka Kee was skeptical when she first heard of Thumbtack, an online marketplace for local services. But she was also strapped for cash and couldn’t afford online marketing. So she reluctantly signed up and waited to see what would happen.“Within the first week, I booked a $2,500 photo shoot for one family and a $4,000 shoot for another,” Kee says. “And that was just the beginning.”
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