BridalTweet Will Help Drive More Traffic to Your Wedding
This new BridalTweet Member benefit is completely free.
The more wedding bloggers that participate, the more potential
traffic there is for all participants.
What is the new feature? Essentially, my goal is to help
your wedding business by driving more traffic to your wedding blog.
To make this happen, I've created a simple widget (scroll down to
view this) that our Members can place on their wedding blogs.
Once the widget is installed on your wedding blog, your latest blog
posts will automatically be "broadcasted" to the other wedding blog
sites that also carry the widget. Similarly, your blog will now
contain this widget, which will include links to other
participating wedding bloggers.
Why would you want this? This new widget will increase
your visibility across the network of wedding blog sites. It
can bring you new traffic and keep your blog content
What do you need to do for your blog posts to show up in the
network widget? Step #1: The widget is easy to install and resize if
you've got a blog or website. Simply find the widget below on
this page and click on the button that is labeled Get
Widget. You will then see options for various places
to publish this widget. Choose an option and copy the code into
your blog or website. You will then see options for various
places to publish this widget. Choose an option and copy the code
into your blog or website. Step #2: You will also need to include a link to BridalTweet
on your blog page. This will get your blog into the network feed.
We advise you to place this link under the widget. Please
title the link: BridalTweet Wedding
Help! You installed the widget but you don't see your blog in
the widget feed! If you search for your blog name or
a recent post and it shows up in Google Blog Search,
your posts will automatically get picked up by the BridalTweet
Wedding Blog Network. Whether you see your latest post in the
widget or not depends on a lot of factors such as when Google Blog
Search picks up your post and updates the feed. It also depends on
how many other bloggers are publishing new posts around the same
time. People viewing the widget across the network at different
times may see lots of different posts in the feed.