Wedding Businesses & Twitter

April 15, 2015 at 1:02 pm Leave a comment

19290088ddWhether your wedding business is just starting out or you are a seasoned professional, adding Twitter to your social media marketing mix helps to grow your company in a variety of ways such as achieving goals, connecting with community and bringing attention to your brand. Using Twitter allows your wedding business to participate in new channels of communication between people and businesses. Read on to learn more about wedding business networking and twitter.

About Twitter

 Basically, Twitter is a free public online social networking service that enables users to send, share and read tweets, brief 140-character messages. Twitter may be accessed from apps on phones as well as computers and tablets. As of 2015, approximately 288 million users actively engage with Twitter on a monthly basis.

 Why Use Twitter

 Twitter enables your wedding business to be a part of an information network filled with opportunities for new awareness related to an exchange of information about your products or services and offer an experience of interaction and education. Depending on your goals, Twitter may enhance your business from all levels from marketing to customer service.

 Getting Started

 Create an account by signing up online or downloading the Twitter app. One of the most important steps will be choosing a username. This will be how the world will initially perceives your company, best practices recommend using the shortest form of your business name. Once you have an open account, allow time to acclimate by simply observing and researching how other wedding businesses use Twitter to interact and communicate to assist defining your own purpose and goals.

 Customizing Your Twitter Account

 Select profile images to represent your Twitter account, you will be asked for two. The profile photo is a square photo that appears next to every Twitter communication, known as a tweet. This photo may be your company logo or a head shot of you, a more personal touch. The second photo serves a background picture and may depict an image that reflects a story about your wedding business.


 Begin networking on Twitter by following others, this is done by choosing users to follow that are a match to the interests of your wedding business goals and interests. To do this, simply press the “Follow”: button under the user’s profile and you are now subscribed to updates and have the ability to send direct messages. Soon, others will do the same for your wedding business. You can follow Great Bridal Expo at

 Types of Tweets

 Twitter offers many ways for your wedding business to communicate. The basic tweet is a message containing text photos or video or links. Other Twitter communication types include reply, retweet, favorite, hashtag and mention.

Exhibit at the Great Bridal Expo, the nation’s longest-running national bridal show — nearly 40 years in business featuring both national and local area businesses with the latest in wedding trends. Exhibit to meet with the couples, brides, friends, families and wedding planners who attend who are in need of your business’ product or service. The many benefits for exhibitors include high-quality venues, a comprehensive bridal show marketing plan, complete contact database, post-show advertising and the opportunity to present your business to the wedding market.


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