New York, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
PhotoShelter (http://www.photoshelter.com), the worldwide leader in photography portfolio websites, sales and marketing tools for photographers, today released a new free educational guide, Protect Yourself: What Photographers Should Know About Insurance. This guide explores various types of insurance policies working photographers should consider, plus offers insights from insurance experts to help photographers make the smartest decisions for their businesses. Protect Yourself: What Photographers Should Know About Insurance can be downloaded directly here: http://bit.ly/guidetoinsurance.
In this guide, photographers will also learn:
Photographers can use this guide to discover insurance policies worth considering for their photo businesses, including Homeowner’s Insurance, General Liability Insurance, Errors & Omissions Insurance, Rental Insurance, Certificates of Insurance, plus get tips to register their camera to help prevent theft.
Protect Yourself: What Photographers Should Know About Insurance is the latest in PhotoShelter’s ongoing series of free business guides for photographers and marketing professionals. PhotoShelter’s library includes 40 educational guides including topics such as creating a successful photography portfolio, email marketing, and starting a photography business. All can be downloaded here: http://bit.ly/psresearch.
PhotoShelter helps people and organizations who are passionate about their photos do more with them. From creating beautiful websites and securely backing up their best images to building an audience and selling photos online, PhotoShelter is trusted by over 80,000 enthusiasts, freelancers, and established pros worldwide. What sets us apart are over 100 professional-grade features and cutting-edge technology that we’ve evolved with photographers in mind since 2005. With PhotoShelter, any photographer can take their online presence to the next level -- and get back to doing the shooting they love to do. Give us a try free for 14 days when you visit http://www.photoshelter.com.