One of the cheapest and most effective ways to fill up your calendar with more awesome couples is by networking with other wedding vendors and befriending them to earn their trust and referrals.
But many wedding pros are going about this the WRONG way and leaving potential business on the table.
Here are our top articles on networking and how to make the most of it for your wedding business:
Why Your Networking Sucks and How to Fix It
Learn why the way most wedding vendors try to network and build referrals relationships is DEAD WRONG, what to do instead and why it helps you to pay it forward with competitors.
How NOT to Get Referred By Other Wedding Pros
Find out the three networking mistakes that can blow it for you both online and in person and the key to successful business relationships.
How to Win Friends and Referrals in the Wedding Business
Learn what to do when you are new to the wedding industry and want to network but don’t have anything to offer or referrals to send.
3 Partnership Strategies to Boost Your Bridal Business
Why partnering with other wedding pros, even in the same specialty can open doors to money making opportunities and increase your wedding business profits.
Are you networking effectively in your wedding business?
About the Author
Stephanie Padovani and her husband, Jeff Padovani, are the dynamic husband-wife duo behind Book More Brides, the #1 online resource for transformational marketing, business and motivational strategies for the wedding industry.
Stephanie and Jeff Padovani met and fell in love in the corporate world, and have been working together ever since. They are famous for entertaining and empowering wedding professionals with low cost, effective marketing strategies and powerful “anti-price shopper” communication techniques…that don’t require sleazy, high-pressure sales tactics or competing on price.
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