When you do market your
products or services, offer
something in return, such as
tips or resources to balance out
the give-and-take nature of social media.
#4: Keep online
“Remember that it’s called social
media for a reason,” Bradley says.
“Be sociable.” This includes other
wedding vendors’ social media
pages. Keep good relationships
with them for likelier referrals
and to expand visibility and reach
with prospective clients.
When commenting on local vendors’ pages and pins,
Bradley says to keep all feedback positive and in natural
language with no sales or spin.
Comment on how you enjoyed
working with them or how
much you like their products,
but do not pitch your own services on their page.
#5: Be patient
Bradley reminds her clients that
her system is “not a magic pill”
that works overnight, and that
repetition and consistency are
important. She says that social
media platforms build exponentially with time, and it typically
takes 1-3 months of committed
practice to see results. She personally has seen extraordinary
results attracting clients through
social media, one year booking $25,000 in bridal business,
and $50,000 the next year from
Despite the impact social media can have, she firmly recommends not to rely on it as your
only marketing tool but to distribute focus evenly. She says,
“It’s simply a piece of your fabulous marketing pie.”
To learn more about
Natalie Bradley’s “Bride
Attraction System,” visit
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