Business of Weddings
Whether you’re just starting out in the business or consider yourself a seasoned wedding pro, this online guide will help you learn the basics or just brush up on wedding business best practices and marketing strategies. Topics covered include pricing, setting up for business, creating a business website and more.
Now that we’ve looked at the various options for starting a business website, this section will focus on the nitty-gritty of actually building your site, step by step. The first stage in web design (even if you decide to hire someone else to design your site for you) surprisingly doesn’t involve a computer at all.
Your company’s website is one of the most powerful marketing tools you have at your side – and clients not only appreciate being able to find you online, they expect it! If you have previous experience creating websites, that’s great. If not, have no fear – there are a number of inexpensive options today for
Ah, the dreaded two words… selling yourself. Some people are born with a natural ability to sell, but many of us are not. Even if you know that you are good at what you do and have something great to offer, how do you convince a potential client of this? Fortunately, it’s easier than you
Once you’ve decided on a legal structure for your wedding business and have brainstormed about your vision for the business, it’s time to get down to the nuts and bolts of setting up shop and creating a professional look for yourself. The following ten items should be top priority as you get set up but you certainly don’t
There are a number of traditional print advertising options for wedding businesses, and each can serve to help get more leads to your company (albeit some more effectively than others.) Below are some of the more common types of print advertising for local vendors, and the pros and cons of each.