Self-Employed Wedding Professionals:
Are you attracting enough brides to your wedding business?
If you're like most wedding professionals I've been watching over the past four years, you're very good at what you do, but you just haven't mastered the marketing to brides "thing" yet. Yes, your business could use some polishing, but for the most part everything else runs pretty smoothly. It's just the part about bride attraction that's holding you back. You may be struggling about how to make enough money and book more weddings. Maybe you even feel confused about what steps to take and what marketing systems to setup. And, if you don't start bringing in new paying brides consistently, you may not be in business for yourself in a year. Yikes!
Now, before we continue, can we just agree that there's absolutely nothing wrong with you. Chances are, you've only been taught your wedding profession and never learned how marketing to brides and bride attraction really work. You see, as wedding business owners, we tend to think of approaching new brides as "trying to get something" from them as opposed to "offering something really valuable and fabulous to them". This almost always leads to mediocre or even poor results. No matter how hard we work, or what you try, it just doesn't work the way it should.
Today my audio class comes out on “How to Use Creative Marketing + Advertising to Attract More Brides” only for our Success Circle members.
From this class, you’ll learn:
- How to figure out your ideal bride/client to get more of them a whole lot easier on a consistent basis.
- How to creatively pick and choose your marketing and advertising based on this target market/ideal client.
- How to create marketing & advertising materials to pre-sell your brides/clients on your services and/or your products before you even meet!
If you’re not a member, just go to our Success Circle page and sign up today! Also, if you sign up today, you’ll receive July’s Success Circle membership call on “Creating a Team to Support You and Your Business Class“.
Photo by w. scott chester photography