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How to Write Messages on Facebook & Twitter




Dear Wedding Professional: Are you tired of investing countless hours on social networks without a thing to show for it? Are you wondering where all the brides are on Facebook? There are simple (and free!) steps that you can take to make Facebook and Twitter a marketing machine that works for your wedding business. And the best part is - you don't have to spend a ton of time doing this.


In each video, I reveal my social media secrets. You'll learn:

  • How to write messages on Facebook & Twitter that REALLY SELL
  • 6 ways to make sure your Facebook page shows up on Google's 1st page
  • 5 Ways to cut the time that you spend on social media in half
  • 2 ways to know if your Facebook efforts are ACTUALLY working
  • 1 simple thing that you MUST do on Facebook each day
  • And much more!


Fill out the short form to the right and you'll access the free videos.

Find out how to use Facebook & Twitter to drive REAL RESULTS for your wedding business.


Here's to your success!

Christine Dyer
Founder of BridalTweet.com, & Social Media Expert
FAQ: Will we sell or give away your email address? Never.  When you sign up to watch these free marketing videos, you’ll also get a FREE subscription to high-value, wedding marketing articles from Christine Dyer, founder of BridalTweet & social media expert ($197 value).  And of course, you can choose to cancel this free subscription at any time.
PS: Here are just a few of my social media success stories:
  • BridalTweet now has 10,000 Facebook fans and 37,000 Twitter followers, which has led to substantial sales for my wedding business at BridalTweet.com.
  • WeFollow.com ranked BridalTweet as the #1 most influential wedding brand on Twitter - even higher than The Knot!
  • I worked at American Express where I led their Social Media Marketing team and grew two of their Facebook fan pages to exceed 1.5 million fans.
  • I received my MBA in marketing from Fordham University in 2002.




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