WeddingWire celebrates 2 Million Reviews

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WeddingWire advertisers were greeted by an exciting email, today, from CEO, Timothy Chi. Aggregation of online reviews serves both wedding couples and wedding industry businesses. That is important both from a content and SEO standpoint.

“When we decided to launch WeddingWire.com, I was on the heels of a hectic wedding planning experience, with few resources available to help me through the process. That is why it is with immense pride and gratitude that I announce to you today that WeddingWire has officially reached a major milestone of more than 2,000,000 reviews. 

For you, that means there are more opportunities than ever for consumers to learn about your business first-hand from your peers and theirs. With the holiday and engagement season upon us, couples will be looking for these trustworthy recommendations more than ever. We encourage you to continue the momentum of collecting reviews from the couples you’ve served this year while also continuing to professionally endorse your peers and colleagues. 

WeddingWire is committed as your partner in business growth. This incredible milestone of 2,000,000 newlywed and peer reviews will help engaged couples find you with ease and strengthen your business listing as we continue to grow together into the future. I, along with the entire WeddingWire team, thank you for helping us to reach this milestone! 

Best, 

Timothy Chi, CEO”

And now a question for you

Has your business passed any milestones, expanded its services, hired or promoted an employee, or done anything noteworthy in industry associations or the community?

I’ll be the answer is YES! If so, take a cue from WeddingWire and spread the news among your industry peers. A little blog or social media public relations helps keep people abreast of your company success, and top of mind for business interaction.

Andy Ebon

 

 

Andy Ebon
The Wedding Marketing Authority

W E D D I N G W I R E
Education Expert

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