How To Get Started Creating A Wedding Business Brand

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Many wedding businesses think that branding their business just means saying “we’re a wedding business”. There is a whole lot more to it however. The first thing you need to think about when considering branding your business is the question “Is the brand’s identity immediately recognizable and memorable?” Think about other brands out there. For instance, a well known brand

How To Be Successful While Building Your Wedding Business

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The early days of any business are hard. Even businesses who have made it big such as Ben and Jerry’s had to go through some really tough times when they started out. So how did they make it through, build a successful business, and not give up on the way? Some would say that it takes sheer obstinacy to build

My Facebook Contest Flop Turned to Wedding Business Success

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Marvin’s Story by Marvin de Guzman 2 years ago, an idea was formed to get a side business going in photography, not in weddings at first but rather cars! The car industry can be lucrative once you are established, which means that you have to do a lot of traveling every week to cities and shows that may be out

How To Boost Interaction With Your Wedding Business On Social Media Sites

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If you are ready to give up on social media because of a lack of interaction on your page hold back for a bit. While you may be doing everything correctly the hard truth is that even the big names can have trouble getting interaction going on their page. So what makes a difference between a business that gets a

My Wedding Vendor Confession: Turning to Jello at a Beach Wedding

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It’s been years since I’ve been a wedding guest. Despite my warnings to engaged and pre-engaged family and friends that if they want me at the wedding, they need to call me with a date as soon as it’s official, we’re still forced to decline invitation after invitation because those weddings are: a) in prime wedding season  b) on a Saturday

The Issue Behind Brides Ignoring and Unsubscribing From Your Emails

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The instant sale is a mythical thing. While it does happen now and again, most brides require hearing from you multiple times before they begin to seriously think about using your business. Once they’ve signed up to receive emails from you things get tricky as it is often then that brides ignore your emails. The most important thing you have to incorporate

Knowing How and When To Move Forward In Building Your Wedding Business

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There is a way to know how and when to move forward building your wedding business if you are having trouble figuring it out. While there is no magic point for the perfect time, you can look at where you are at and figure out when you should make the next move. There are several things that play into this decision.

How To Make More Wedding Sales

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Making sales is the bottom line to any business. After all, if you don’t make sales, you are running an expensive hobby, not a business. So how to do get more brides to buy your stuff? According to Pawel Grabowski it isn’t a matter of luck whether you make a sale, it’s a matter of your attitude. Make sure to

Where Does Income Come From While Building Your Wedding Business?

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When you are starting your wedding business one the biggest, if not truly the biggest issue you will face is the break between steady employment and building your business to a point where you can support yourself on your own income. Each person has a different way that they’ve found to deal with this issue with wedding business income. Some people have

How To Avoid Your Wedding Business Past Biting You From Behind

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If you don’t want your wedding business past to come up and bite you from behind then it’s best to avoid the mistakes that create that kind of past. Cast in point; don’t post anything on your website or on social media sites when you are drunk. Remember that once something is online, it stays online. It doesn’t matter who