Ever since I made the switch to HoneyBook, I get asked all the time whether or not HoneyBook works for me as a non-wedding industry professional. My answer? A huge resounding YES. How has it changed and revolutionized my business? Read on for the dirty details.
If you’re ready to get some PR and have a story idea, images or unique tips to offer, the process isn’t too difficult to master once you know some basic rules. Follow these 10 key rules of pitching to the media and watch your brand recognition skyrocket.
You just contributed to the most amazing, most well-put-together shoot. The styling was flawless. The photos were on point. The write-up was thoughtful and thorough; you even followed the blogger’s submission instructions to a T. But unfortunately, the submission was still rejected. Don’t get too down on yourself though!
Collages are an integral part of my content on Dress for the Wedding, where I wanted to create a place where people could tackle the daunting task of envisioning their wedding attire from head-to-toe, or outfitting an entire wedding party in keeping with their wedding theme.
Today, we’re going to chat a little bit about everyone’s favorite topic: money! As small business owners, it’s likely that you will not handle your own accounting, but it’s important to understand the basics of your finances so that you can determine how your business is performing.
We’ve now taken contact form automation one step further. Due to popular demand, we’ve added in the ability to customize an automated response based on event type.
As I have grown and developed Hey Wedding Lady as a blog and a brand over the past several years, I have loved getting hands on and learning from local wedding professionals at creative workshops!
In the 4 and a bit years I have been blogging, many apps and tools have come and gone, but a few have made a permanent place in my heart. I don’t mean the basics such as Wordpress (much as I couldn’t imagine using any other platform), Google Analytics (although EVERY business should be using it!
If you read the title of this article and thought to yourself – ‘you take a break from blogging by not blogging’ – you’re right! But – there is a good way to take a break from blogging and a not so good way and when you’re blogging as part of your business (something I definitely recommend) you want to take your break in a way that isn’t going to harm your business.