5 Ways +The Phoblographer
Can Stop Being a Useless Waste of Time
1. Stop posting articles that are nothing more than a recycled pictures of the same models you always use followed by a single sentence, seemingly unrelated to the picture it tries to tie to the article, which is usually nothing more than some mindless mantra you read on instagram.
2. Stop posting articles for beginners which are destructive to the learning process, like telling them they need a bunch of shit you've conveniently linked to at B&H that will get you commissions but won't help them learn how to use it OR EVEN ACCOMPLISH THE THING YOU SAID IT WOULD HELP THEM ACCOMPLISH.
3. Get writers/bloggers who actually know how a modern DSLR works. Preferably someone who doesn't blame a lens for a problem with the camera like +Gevon Servo
4. Get rid of the ridiculous hipster filters. Nobody is going to be able to make a decision on the quality of a product when you make all your jpegs look like they were taken with a film camera 30 years ago. It defeats the purpose of seeing what the equipment's true range is.
5. FOCUS ON YOUR STRENGTHS. If you cut out all of the bullshit above and stick to news, reviews, interviews (ie. all the the types of articles you DO WELL AT), your website would actually be good. Keep pumping out garbage to stay relevant with your minuscule hipster crowd who come to your site looking for inspiration because they're soulless and only end up finding reinforcement to remain soulless and untalented, and you're going to continue to be laughed at by the internet's photographer community at large.