Free Ways That BridalTweet Can Help Grow Your Business

Dear Wedding Professional:

It's true that you can't just join a social network, sit back and then reap the benefits. Anyone who thinks that will happen is greatly mistaken. Social networks are just like any social event, conference or meeting - you have to make an active effort to be social and to network. From there, you'll reap the rewards. And as I mentioned in my blog last week, the most important thing about social media is the human element. So, here are just a few suggestions, so that you can personally gain from BridalTweet members who are vendors.  If this seems overwhelming at first, just pick one or two suggestions to try.  And I also suggest that you bookmark this page for future reference: 


  1. Get free marketing.  You can have your full blog post appear front and center on our homepage. This will give you a chance to be in the spotlight.  Learn More.
  2. Exchange website links. If you want to exchange links with other wedding vendors, list your link in our Wedding Vendor Link Exchange Group. This Group currently has over 1,000 members.
  3. Get More Facebook Fans. Get the word out by posting your fan page information in our Facebook Fan Pages Group. This Group currently has over 1,400 members.
  4. Encourage vendors to post your messages on Twitter. We all know how powerful word of mouth advertising can be, especially when it comes to Twitter. If you'd like others to tweet about your blog post, contest or sale, then list it in our Twitter This Please Group. This Group currently has over 640 members.


BONUS! You can also visit our free library of over 50 articles on how to market your wedding business better and more efficiently!


Those are just a few suggestions on how to really utilize the power of BridalTweet. There are definitely other ways to be active and to promote your services for free at BridalTweet. Do you have any tips to share about networking with vendors either at BridalTweet or on other social networks? Please comment below and share your best practices.

About This Blog: Christine Dyer is the Creator and Founder of BridalTweet. Christine has an MBA in marketing and shares over ten years of marketing expertise with the wedding community. In this weekly blog, you'll find advice on an array of wedding business topics such as how to market to brides, social networking, wedding PR, wedding sales, vendor networking, branding, pricing and much more. Please pass this news along to your own professional wedding network. To receive this advice in your email inbox each week,
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Comment by Durango CO Photographer on March 15, 2011 at 11:18pm
Is there a way to narrow down a search for other vendors in my town who are members here on Bridal tweet?
Comment by David M. Bellen Photo & Video on May 31, 2011 at 2:09pm

New Member!!...Come and check us out

Comment by Lyrical Pen - Hand Calligraphy on June 24, 2011 at 11:20am
Thanks for including us on Bridal Tweet!  We love weddings and Calligraphy!  Looking forward to connecting with vendors, event planners and brides!
Comment by Hannah Skildum on August 4, 2011 at 11:12pm
Keep the good info coming! I've learned so much! :)
Comment by Hannah Skildum on August 4, 2011 at 11:14pm

oops! Here is our website! Check us out! Denver's newest wedding videography company :)

Comment by Pinitz on August 12, 2011 at 9:02pm
New member with great products.  Check us out at    Add that touch of bling to your wedding at an affordable price. 
Comment by Happily Ever After Boutique on September 6, 2011 at 5:32pm
Thanks Christine! I am so glad I found this site. I am looking forward to utilizing these great resources!
Comment by Jessica M Laracuente on September 7, 2011 at 11:18am
Thanks again Christine, I'm trying more and more to keep up with my Facebook page industry gets a bit overwhelming at times,but my plan is to starts creating more folders within my mailbox to be able to sort tips, invites and more. Then I plan to dedicate a time and day(s) to going through them. Often times I feel like if I don't devote every day to it I may be loosing out on something, but it may just be the anxiousness I have for the industry and clients.
Comment by Davin Acuram on September 14, 2011 at 10:28am
great updates here. this is of great assistance to every one. looking forward to learn more. hope you can add more tips and ideas on wedding speeches. thanks.
Comment by NICOA FOX on September 27, 2011 at 8:37am
I,m new to Twitter, thnx for the advice.

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