#303: Host your own bridal show…

What's your take on bridal shows?  As a wedding planner, have you considered getting a booth?  How about hosting your own bridal show?

During this episode hear ideas and tips for hosting your very own, very fun, bridal or wedding show.

We also discuss about the importance of optimizing your wedding planning business website.

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MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Wedding Business Guide DayofWeddingBusiness.com – tutorials, forms and step-by-step help for starting your wedding planning business
  • A Very Vintage Wedding Fair – An absolutely wonderful, era-chic wedding show for retro brides- and grooms-to-be.
  • The Alternative Wedding Event – Ireland’s premier unconventional wedding show (thank you for sharing, Linda!).
  • Bridal Happy Hour – Here's a great way to entertain and educate local brides and position yourself as the local wedding planning expert.
  • Local Traffic Builder –  Brian Lawrence's site that provides marketing, design and consulting for the wedding and event industry.  ‘Meet' Brian during our upcoming live March 6 CONFETTI episode.
  • Keyword Spy – this online resource was recommended by one of our listeners for keyword research.
  • Web Sales Marketing – another SEO resource suggested by a listener.  [UPDATE: Neil has graciously offered to answer any of your SEO and social media questions, so feel free to post them in the comments, below (thanks, Neil!)].
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This Post Has 4 Comments
  1. Hi Debbie, thanks for the mention on your blog. Websalesmarketing is primarily a blog now where I give away free advice about social media and SEO for small businesses.

    If any of your listeners have particular questions I would encourage them to ask them here and if I can answer them I will.

    All the best, Neil

  2. Hey Neil,

    Good hearing from you! Free SEO advice for small businesses? What could be better?! Thanks so much. 🙂

    1. Hey Debra,

      Good hearing from you. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Looking forward to catching up. Thanks so much for your positive feedback.

      –Debbie