Believe it or not, BridalTweet celebrates its first anniversary this month! On April 13, 2009, I launched BridalTweet.com to the public. BridalTweet first began as an effort to create a more open community where wedding vendors could have maximum editorial freedom. In the past year, we have become much more than that.
We have grown up very quickly with over 20,000 people visiting our community each month. We can all be really proud of what we have created here. Together, we're taking a REAL leadership role in shaping how the wedding industry can continue to connect and prosper. It is my hope that you have been inspired by the connections that you have made at BridalTweet. Personally, the relationships and support that I have gained from you have been so incredibly encouraging. Thank you for keeping me AND this community going!
Today, BridalTweet is an online destination for free business advice, networking opportunities, helpful vendor discussions and trusted business services. And on top of that, you can promote your wedding businesses for free through blogs and discussions. In the year ahead, I will continue to share wedding business advice with you via my weekly blog. You can rest assured that the information that I provide meets extremely high standards. The way I see it, our wedding community needs to be different. It needs to be worthy of your attention and limited time. Ultimately, BridalTweet needs to be dedicated toward helping you grow your businesses.
I’d also like to point out that this community would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. Please show your support by visiting their websites. Some of them include: Forever Friends, Tree Beginnings, Printed Creations, Wedding Mountain, Bella Aeris, Buena Vista and New York Artistry.
As always, if you have any suggestions, please feel free to share them. The strength of this community is built on your feedback. We're constantly trying to improve the value we deliver to BridalTweet members.
Thank you again for making this a fun and supportive wedding community,
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 called Supercharge Your Wedding Business, 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, Sign Up for a Free BridalTweet Membership.