GoingPro Project for Emerging Photographers Hits New Milestones
GoingPro receives Trademark, publishes 200th blog post, publishes 25th podcast and adds webinars to future offerings.
Henderson, NV (PRWEB) December 22, 2010
Another new benchmark for http://www.GoingPro2010.com this week! The team of Scott Bourne and Skip Cohen, founders of the concept hit their 200th blog post and published their 25th podcast in just seven months since the concept began!
The team also received a federal trademark from the US Patent and Trademark office (Registration Number 3,881,899) for the words GOINGPRO for educational services, namely providing a blog, webinars, podcasts, seminars and educational conferences featuring educational information for individuals who desire to become professional photographers and distributing course books and DVDs therewith, in class 41 (U.S. CLS. 100, 101 and 107.)
“The information we’re sharing with photographers to help them launch and grow their business has resulted in over 300,000 page views and 125,000+ downloads of our podcasts each month. The feedback and questions we’re getting have been incredible and we’re out to continue the growth!” commented Skip Cohen.
Scott Bourne added, “We now do three podcasts a month on the 1st, 10th and 20th and we’re about to add webinars. We’ve had some terrific guests with Nik Software’s Tony Corbell, Joe Brady from the MAC Group and Mark Weber from Marathon Press. This is all about finding new ways to help professional photographers raise the bar on the quality of their business, customer service and the products they provide.”
GoingPro, started as a book project which will be published by Random House in 2011, but with the blog, podcasts and webinars has grown into a larger resource for the aspiring professional photography community.
GoingPro2010.com has been recognized by Alltop. The GoingPro podcast is regularly a top 100 pick on PodOmatic. The GoingPro2010 Twitter account has grown from zero to more than 6500 in just seven months.
The sponsorship “team” helping to make Bourne and Cohen’s vision of educational support a reality include WHCC, Pictage, Nik Software, Marathon Press, Asukabook, Expo-Imaging, Animoto, Kubota Image Tools, Smug Mug and the MAC Group’s Induro, XRite, Tenba, Profoto, Sekonic, Pocket Wizard and Benro product lines.
For more information contact Scott Bourne at bournemediagroup(at)gmail(dot)com or Skip Cohen at skip(at)mei500(dot)com.
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