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Tracie Howe Photography mentioned in Rangefinder Magazine!

Okay, so this might only be interesting to my fellow photographers as it’s a photography magazine, but I still think it’s pretty cool!


Cover of the wedding issue of Rangefinder. You can click the image to search for the entire February 2011 issue in the archives... I discovered my little entry one issue too late!

Recently, SnapKnot, a great wedding photography directory, asked me and some other photographers to submit a write up about how we use social media for marketing. I jumped at the chance when I saw that Rangefinder would be including the chosen submissions in an article.  It’s not that big of a deal, especially since pretty much only photographers will be looking through Rangefinder. Although, it is the annual wedding photography edition!

Anyway, I briefly describe my intermingling of Facebook with other social media tools. I really have my Facebook fans to thank for the opportunity, because without a loyal and active following, I wouldn’t have anything to talk about! So thanks guys! If you don’t already Like Tracie Howe Photography, then take this opportunity to check out my Facebook Page. You fans help out more than you know!

Find a direct link to the article in pdf form by clicking here or even visit the SnapKnot blog that mentions the article. My entry is there on the last page.


I made this difficult to read because you should check out the article itself. I'm so bad! 😉

So, make sure to read the pdf! Even better, grab a printed issue if you can still find one… then grab one for me since I found out about this too late and will probably have trouble finding one for myself! 🙂

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