The end of the year is a time of reflection for all types of businesses. As we look into the New Year, it’s important to reflect on what areas were successful and what areas could use improvement. We always hope our posts are helpful, but we take the time at the end of each year to see which articles our readers enjoyed the most!
Check out our countdown of the top WeddingWireEDU posts of 2015 based on your views, comments and shares:
Even if you’ve started using social media for your business, it’s easy to get stuck in the same pattern of not knowing what to post or posting the same type of content over and over. We’ve got some of the biggest social media marketing don’ts so you can know what to avoid and how to put your best foot forward.
One of the most misunderstood parts of the sales process is objections. Many pros see objections as road blocks to getting the sale. WeddingWire Education Guru Alan Berg explains how to shift your mindset to see sales objections as buying signals and outlines some top strategies for handling them.
Writing high-quality, educational content can help you book more business, and the best way to start is by coming up with a content plan to help you walk people through your sales process. Easier said than done, right? Check out our five steps to help you start a content plan and maintain it in 2016.
Engaged couples send out dozens of inquiries during the planning process, so how you respond and the speed of your response can make a big difference. We share insights to help you understand the impact your response time and communication style have on your business’ likelihood of booking wedding clients.
In the warmer-weather months, wedding businesses across the country face an extremely busy time of year: wedding season! We list a few ways your business can continue executing your marketing strategy to keep new clients coming in despite all the rushing around you do during the busy season.