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How Busy Brides Do Business

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It’s Not Done When You Launch

The journey of developing a website, whether you are developing it yourself or hiring a professional, is a continuous work in progress. Too many businesses look at their website as complete when the site goes live and forget about the fact that a website is an on-going process. It is not like designing a brochure, printing 5000 pieces, running out and then deciding if you want to make changes before going to print. Unfortunately, too many business owners leave their site dormant without a single change for years at a time. Continue reading

BrideLive Helps New Jersey Entertainment Company Appeal to the Modern Bride

Sherman Oaks, CA (June 27, 2012) — Wedding professionals across the nation are reaping the benefits of BrideLive’s revolutionary virtual meeting software by being able to cater to the needs of the modern, busy bride. One particular DJ entertainment service, Essential Sounds Entertainment, has seen a dramatic increase in their ability to book new events due to the features BrideLive offers. Continue reading

BrideLive to Host Free Webinar with Entertainment Industry Expert Mike Walter

Sherman Oaks, CA (June 27, 2012) —  On July 11, 2012 BrideLive will host their first ever monthly Consultants Corner Webinar where wedding and event industry professionals around the nation will get a chance to learn business tips and advice from top industry experts. The webinar will be free to all attendees. Mike Walter, a well-known figure in the entertainment field will be kicking off the series as a special guest host.    Continue reading

Display 101

We all aspire to offer quality products and services. However, how you display your services is often what catches the eye of the bride and makes the sale. There is often so much emphasis placed on attentiveness to your website, blog and Facebook page, that we are starting to lose site of the importance of display when we are actually with the client. Continue reading

The Power of Thank You

Everyone likes to feel special.  Mailing handwritten thank you cards is a great example of how you can express your gratitude towards clients and can help you win more business and referrals (as well as make your prospects and clients feel special). A big challenge in marketing is being looked over rather than overlooked. E-mailing communication that is not expected is a numbers game and will generate results over time and repetition, however the one-to-one connections you are looking to make with clients and vendors, needs more attention than an email. Continue reading Creates Competitive Advantage for DJ and Entertainment Companies

Los Angeles, CA (May 23, 2012) — In an era of tech-savvy brides, is helping DJ and entertainment companies, along with other wedding industry professionals, appeal to their modern bridal audience through one-of-a-kind virtual meeting software. With BrideLive, DJ and entertainment professionals can easily facilitate virtual meetings with their clients that are highly interactive, personal, and productive. Continue reading

Bridal Show Words of Wisdom

Bridal shows and party planning showcases are an easy and fun way to generate leads and meet potential clients.  It doesn’t matter if you are an entertainer, event planner, caterer, florist or photographer, these events will put you right in front of your target audience.  When participating in events like these, it is important to have a nice booth or table, be friendly and engaging, and offer special deals for attendees with an expiration date.  These are factors that can help generate interest at the shows. Continue reading