One New Daily Habit Can Make You an Extra $3K This Month

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By: Eathan Janney In the previous post we explored how a change in mindset can seriously affect your business. There is a certain mind that hates selling and there is another mind that believes there is joy present in the sales process.   In that last post we introduced the phase “selling is love” for your consideration and argued that

3 Ways Facebook Can Generate Moolah For Your Wedding Business

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Facebook isn’t just for looking through your aunt’s cake pictures and stalking your ex on the sly anymore. With its community and gathering mojo, it’s a prime place to do your wedding marketing, get some leads, and land some customers. Alright, fine. You knew that already. But what you may not know is how to capitalize on the social media

7 Ways to Book Weddings in a Closed Facebook Group

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By Mika R I am well and truly in that club of wedding vendors who have failed dismally in the use of paid Facebook Ads (for now, at least). However, last year I booked five weddings solely thanks to closed Facebook groups, at no cost other than my time. The first one happened before I had even heard of closed

Free Wedding Leads With Facebook? It’s Still Possible!

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“This might just be the last real free source of leads!” says Bob Graham. “I probably shouldn’t be sharing this.” Bob is the savvy owner of Airwaves Music, one of the largest DJ companies in Canada, and founder of the new software company Event Temple. So maybe I twisted his arm a little to get him to let me share

Is A Facebook Group Beneficial For A Wedding Business?

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Once you’ve created a thriving Facebook page the next step is to create a group. The benefit of having a group comes down to creating a place that allows for more personal interaction. While a Facebook page is focused on promoting your wedding brand, a group gives you a great place to share advice, connect brides, and generally create a

New Features For Facebook Group Chat

Facebook has continued its evolution recently in a way which has revamped their groups. This originally affected many businesses and encouraged a switch to Facebook pages. However there is still a place for Facebook Groups for businesses, although that shouldn’t be the main focus of your wedding business Facebook efforts. More recently they have made changes to the chat option,