Celebrity and Royal Weddings: Beautiful Or Too Much?

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Getting paid big bucks for a high end wedding is wonderful. However any time there is a royal wedding in the world you have to wonder if there is such a thing as, well, too high end. I would assume that the wedding vendors for a royal wedding would make a killing, but at the same time the pressure to

Top Marketing and PR Lessons from the Royal Wedding

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Thomas Murrell takes an interesting view on PR marketing and planning in his article by drawing examples from the planning behind making the royal wedding a success. Planning the PR and marketing for your wedding business needs to be intense, with drawn out steps of action that you stick to. Getting distracted from the plan is what will create a marketing

Why Using Celebrity Weddings Is Beneficial For Your Business

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Celebrity weddings, including the royal wedding can either be beneficial for your wedding business, or can harm it; it just depends on how you utilize the event. Christine Dyer recommends taking the time to utilize celebrity weddings to boost your visibility in her article.  For instance, if you write blog articles about the event it will pull in people who

How Does the Royal Wedding Affect Wedding Businesses Long Term?

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It seems with the amount of visitors to London that they would make a huge amount of money over the royal wedding weekend. While they probably did make an amazing amount in sales, the cost of handling 600,000+ visitors is likely to up leave a deficit rather than an increase in profit according to this video by CBS. What does

6 Steps to Creating a Great Wedding Blog

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I’ve been a fan of blogs since they first came out. However it has struck me as interesting that there is a 95% failure rate on creating a successful blog that lasts for over a year. It really isn’t that hard to have a successful blog as long as you know the foundational steps to creating a blog, and stick