The Visura Media Blog

based in Brooklyn The Visura Media Blog portfolio on Visura - a professional network to connect with photo editors and art buyers, and build photography portfolio websites. Visura members, like The Visura Media, share photojournalism, art photography, landscape, travel photography, portraits and more. The Visura Media has 0 projects, community news posts, and 3 images shared in the photo stream.

The Visura (Vē-su’-ra: Be seen) Blog features Visura highlights, essays, and announcements—including grants, partnerships, events and open call opportunities and results. 
    
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    Can I design a website via Visura? YES! Sign up to our PRIME membership and you can design up to 3 websites and create a Profile site that comes with a blog.

What do I upload to my profile site? You upload your basic info, which includes current location, nationality, biography, cv, social media links, and contact. 

What do I post on the Blog? You can post projects, single images & news about features, events, books, articles that you like, success stories, opportunities, and exhibitions. Remember to add an Image, Title, Link, and text.>

Where else do my posts stream? When you upload News Posts (only) to your personal Profile Blog via Visura, your news posts will also stream to our Community page.  

Can my website have a custom url domain? YES! Check out the instructions: here

Can I add Google Analytics? Yes! Check out the instructions here

How can I enhance my SEO? Yes! Simply LOG IN> Select SITE BUILDER Cilck on SEO Tools...we even offer tips!  

What is GUILD? Guild is a two-year mentorship program for PRIME members.  This is an opportunity to work directly with Visura's Creative and Editorial Team on the design and edit of your website and work. The selected group will also receive access to editorial and design support as well as career consultations. 

Does the Visura team highlight Standard, PLUS or PRIME members? YES! This is a merit-based platform. When our editorial team searches for work—they look through the Public and Exclusive ARCHIVE to find the best new work and talent—regardless of your membership. 

Is Visura a contest business model? Absolutely not. Visura designs technology tools for its members to brand, market, network and share their work. As a plus—we work really hard to offer our members' career opportunities. WHY? Because they are professionals investing in our industry, and Visura believes that professionals in the ARTS and MEDIA deserve all the support they can to further their work and career. 

Does Visura use grants and open calls to increase our membership? Absolutely not. Visura has not marketed outside of its own social media outlets, website, and newsletter. When individual members or non-members share this information—they do it out of goodwill.


Who can join Visura? The platform is open to Creative Content Producers & Buyers in the photography, film and media industry. This includes but is not limited to: individuals who are photographers, filmmakers, designers, editors, curators, journalists, writers, art directors, collectors, and other media professionals; organizations like publications, galleries, museums, small businesses, book publishing companies and stores, festivals, agencies, creative firms, retail brands and companies looking for the best new work and talent.  

What is Visura's business model? Visura is a digital membership business. Our focus is on establishing longterm relationships with our members. 

What do we offer? Visura offers annual memberships to access online tools like a website builder, a portfolio site with a blog, a networking platform, a curated database, a file drop tool, an archive and messaging system with privacy settings, and an internal open call management & judging system.  

Does Visura charge a finders fee for opportunities that result from the platform?  Visura does not charge a finders fee for any opportunity that results from our platform. Our main mission is to help creatives and buyers connect, efficiently—and in doing so, help them further their work and career, as well as support making a living in the arts and media.