Wouldn’t it be great to know that your wedding business website is receiving continual repeat traffic from the same people as well as drawing in new one? In the wedding industry crossing that line to getting those repeat visitors can be difficult as it is such a focused market.

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So how can you get those repeat visitors? First and foremost get a blog and create compelling content with posts every couple of days, linking those posts to your social media updates, and connecting promotions and offers on their home page to draw in new leads which will turn to clients. 

When I get on a website – no matter what that site may be, I expect there to be change each time I arrive, but I also expect the layout to be the same so that I can easily navigate around the site. Bottom line: keep it interesting, keep it fresh, and stay consumer friendly. 

Make sure to read Dequiana Brooks, CEO of Inspired Marketing, Inc on her blog Entrepreneur Resources!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    We finally got through a long run of website / blog updates and have combined our website and blog together as one online portal for our business. All content is also fed through Social Media as well. Blogging is definitely the best way to get more visitors, search engine results, social media content, etc… It’s working and now we hope it will continue to work better for us as well! Thanks Jeff & Stephanie for all your tips and info!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sarah, thanks for sharing the link to my blog and the information on how to make your web site a daily destination!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the reminder!

    I’ve committed to two posts a week with varied content and I am looking forward to seeing the results. Posts like this help keep me on track!

    Thanks!

    J

    1. Yahoo! We all need a little nudge sometimes. :-)

  4. Anonymous says:

    Interesting article. I update my subsites far more than my main site, maybe i’ll change that. thanks for opening my eyes

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