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I’m Kyle! I'm an educator, husband, traveler, photographer, podcast host & Calvin & Hobbes fan since '85.

Here, you'll find a lot of free content wrapped around marketing, social media, entrepreneurship, and all the things in relation to building a creative business. So, if you want to learn more about taking your creative business to the next level, you're in the right place.

This blog might include affiliate links to third party products and I may receive a commission if you buy through my links. I want you to know I fully believe in everything I recommend - so, you're in good hands.

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Photo Mechanic, An Honest Review | Kyle Goldie

All photographers want to save more time. But not all photographers want to spend a dime to improve their work-life balance. But for those of you who want to make more money while working less, Photo Mechanic by CameraBits has your back. And it’s definitely the tool I recommend you get to cull your photos. […]

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Wacom tablet not working? As a small business owner working in multiple creative industries, there’s really not ever a day where I’m not using my Wacom tablet. But what do you do when it doesn’t want to help you be efficient with your time? This is going to be a really short post because … […]

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The Best Free Fonts to Use on Canva

When you are creating social media content, it can feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day – am I right?  So, that’s why I created a list of what I consider to be amongst the 10 best FREE fonts to use on Canva. Because who’s joking… there are about a billion fonts inside […]

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I don’t know about you, but I don’t really like to spend my time on Instagram. Like, at all. See the proof in that over at my Instagram account @kylegoldie. Looks bad, right? There’s valuable content there, but I don’t post very often. I don’t show up in the Insta Stories very often. I don’t […]

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ImageOptim, SpaceSaver, Squash, or TinyJPG | Image Compressor Test

I must admit, I have been looking back on a few blog posts that I’ve published and I’ve noticed that some photographs could definitely be a bit sharper. And as a photographer, the visual quality that we put out into the world could mean extra bookings on the calendar… or website traffic “bouncing” away.  So, […]

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As a wedding pro, you’re going to want to get more leads, am I right? Especially those leads who are begging to book you. That’s your ideal clients knocking!  And when I was looking around for a Facebook ads course for photographers & wedding pros, the Broke to Booked course by Katie & Floyd Jones […]

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Client Takeover to 6 Figures Course with Danny Tran | A Review by Kyle Goldie

This is a little off topic from what I normally write about, but as the life of a multi-passionate entrepreneur goes… I started to think about what to do for an extra stream of revenue. I dialed in my wedding photography systems & marketing and all that jazz. I got to a place where my […]

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I get it. You want to get into online education. You know; courses, coaching, masterminds, summits, digital resources, and all that jazz. The things you see the influencers in your industry doing, and claiming it’s a great way to make passive income. Well, as an online educator myself, I’m here to shake things up (as […]

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Read This if Your Wedding Bookings Are Struggling (And What to Optimize)

Are you struggling to fill your calendar with weddings as much as you’d like? Are you not making the kind of money that you want to make? Trust me, I get it. I’ve been there. I really, truly have. And it can be one of the most uneasy, frustrating feelings on the planet. You can […]

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When starting out as a wedding photographer, 99.9% of us have to everything ourselves. It’s just not in the budget to pay other people to do things for us. And when I started out, I for sure knew that first-handed. And so I did everything myself for the first 5 or 6 years of my career […]