Looking Back: Top 10 Posts In 2012

December 31st, 2012

LookingBackLooking Back: Here are the top 10 posts that were written in 2012:

  1. Warning: FAA Says US Airspace Is Closed To ALL Commercial UAVs
  2. What Should You Charge For Real Estate Photography?
  3. Unbelievably Bad Real Estate Photos
  4. Comparison of Your Photos to Typical Real Estate Photos
  5. What Is The Single Most Valuable Shot You Can Put On A Listing?
  6. A Secret Weapon For You And Your Clients To Get More Business
  7. Scott Hargis’s Lighting For Real Estate Video Series Has Launched!
  8. The Arithmetic Of Real Estate Photography Pricing
  9. Canon 5D MkIII May Be A Game Changer For Real Estate Photography HDR Enthusiasts
  10. Choosing Gear To Get Started in Real Estate Photography For Least the Cost

The #1 and #9 post got a lot of traffic from non-real estate photography related readers so in some respects they not the same as other posts. Also, I’m happy to report that the PFRE blog when past 1 million pageviews in 2012. Specifically it got 1.065 Million pageviews in 2012 (I know, the Strobist blog gets that many page views a month). We’ve been growing at slightly over 20% per year for the last 4 years. I think this growth rate is a reflection of the general growth in the real estate photography industry since all the new traffic the PFRE blog gets is organic (from unpaid search engines).

Looking Forward: For 2013 I’m planning to update at least 2 existing ebooks and release 1 new ebook on the subject of detail technical primer for getting started in real estate photography. This ebook is inspired by work I’ve doing working with several people getting started.

A prosperous 2013 to everyone!

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3 Responses to “Looking Back: Top 10 Posts In 2012”

  • Larry,
    I really enjoy your website/blog and appreciate the time you invest in it everyday. You have helped me out a ton and added value to thousands of peoples lives. Thank You Happy New Years! Jason

  • Larry, A Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year to you and your family. I also thank you for your commitment to real estate photography and all that subject encompasses!
    Best Regards,

  • Congratulations Larry. You’re a game changer in this industry for sure.

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