Not Hungry; Just Borke
My goal with this site is to provide the best possible informative content discussing both the tools and photography that I can write. However, doing that week in and week out is neither cheap nor easy.
I’m not asking for donations, but I do welcome and appreciate any and all support I can get.
1. Use the links to retailers
We all buy stuff, and buying stuff from one of the retailers we link to is probably the easiest way you can help support. Better yet, it doesn’t cost you any more to help support us this way than if you were to buy form those retailers anyway. If this isn’t win-win, I don’t know what is.
If you’re looking to buy something discussed or reviewed in an article, there are links at the bottom under the title “Looking to Purchase This? Try these retailers:”.
Alternatively, you can use one of the following links.
2. Help Us Cover some of our Hosting Costs
Click the image below and make donation to help cover our hosting costs.
3. Looking for a place to sell your images?
Try PhotoShelter, they’re who I use and they’re a great company. Never mind if you sign up by clicking on this image below you get a discount on your first year.
4. Link to us from your blog or website
If you have a blog or website, and found our content helpful, link back to us. Links help tremendously by making it easier for more people to find what’s been said, both directly by exposing it to a wider audience and indirectly by helping search engines gauge the importance of what’s here.
To link to our homepage, you can use the following code:
<a href="http://www.pointsinfocus.com">Points in Focus.com</a>
If your blog or site uses a fancy editor (like most WordPress sites do) you can copy and paste the following text: Points in Focus
5. Tell Someone about Us
Do you have friends or family interested in photography? Are you a member of and online community? If you found our content useful, helpful or informative and you think someone else could benefit from it as well, tell them about us.
In any case, your support is always appreciated. Thank you.