The SmugMug Mullet: Business Photos up Front; Personal Photos in Back

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For those of us that use SmugMug for our business needs (complete with client galleries and portfolio pages) we're often left with the question about what to do with our personal photos.

You want the same privacy and archiving features that SmugMug gives to your client galleries – but you don't want to “muddy” or confuse the clients that you send to your site.

The answer: Use SmugMug's “Sharegroups” to organize and present your vacation photos and that gallery of Aunt Betty's birthday party.

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