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Update your Marketing this Winter

It's almost sales season, which means that your company may be revisiting its marketing images and ad campaigns for the coming year. Many businesses use this slower time of year to freshen up the images on their website, create new blog posts, and generally prepare to sell in the early part of the year. This is the perfect opportunity for your business to make steps towards inclusivity.   More

Should I Specialize in LGBTQ?

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LGBTQ Wedding Directories and Blogs

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¿Creo una sección aparte para las bodas igualitarias?

I have seen many questions that come from the mainstream of bloggers weddings (that is, not LGBT) on whether or not to have a separate blog for LGBT weddings section. This is a great question because there is now marriage equality across the country, a wedding is really a wedding and same-sex couples should not get special treatment for it, but equal treatment.   More

Cómo usar las imágenes de forma efectiva en tu publicidad

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LGBTQ Wedding Tips if You're New to this Site

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What’s the ‘Q’ in LGBTQ?

Note: this post first appeared on the WeddingWire EDU blog More

Using Social Media to Attract More LGBTQ Clients

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Special Discount for Friends of GWI

The Gay Wedding Institute is proud to introduce a new partnership with The Bridal Society. The Bridal Society is the nation's leading training company providing certification for current and future wedding planners and hospitality professionals. The Bridal Society offers a live, two day training program that is appropriate for people with varying levels of expertise in the wedding industry.  More

Form at a Wedding Show Booth

This question comes in from Chris Evans: I'm helping a promoter work on their show registration and we have come down to the issue of what to call the participants. Can you please comment for all in the American Wedding Professionals group on this? Obviously, bride and groom don't always apply when filling in a pre-registration form. But person #1 and person #2 seems impersonal and possibly offensive to a traditional bride and groom. What's your suggestion on how to handle this so as to not offend?   More