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Having a Twitter account is a great way to keep up with your network, as well as build a solid list of leads. The short amount of space allowed keeps everything feeling personal, and promotes a feeling of relationship between those Tweeting.

As cool as all that is, there are lines that you shouldn’t cross when Tweeting and you have brides following you. Don’t be unprofessional, or let out your frustration about a wedding you are currently doing. The easiest way to remind yourself to keep if professional is to simply have a separate Twitter account for your wedding business and your personal network.

So, what do you need to make sure you are Tweeting? Basically you want to tweet out information that your network will find helpful like links to your blog, advice and vendors that you love. Sharon Hill: “The Wedding Planner Mentor” shares more awesome do’s and don’ts for Twitter on her blog, so make sure to check it out!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Twitter is non-personable. I prefer to talk with brides to ensure I have clear understanding of their event needs and this also gives them a chance to hear what their DJ/MC sounds like. It matters!

    Yours truly,

    Robert Bonham
    Wedding DJ/MC Specialist
    Music De-Lite

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