How To Build Relationships With Other Wedding Pros, Bloggers & Journalists

  1. CABARRET. FIT. says:

    The scheduling of it is so important! That’s what I’m missing. Thanks!

  2. Thanks for the list tips in Twitter. I have two lists going, but hadn’t realised I could create a separate feed for these in Hootsuit! Yes – that’ll make it much easier to scan my specific lists for tweets I want to engage with 🙂

  3. Linda Germain says:

    Wow! I know I need to build relationships and alway resist it. Your spotlight technique is broken into such actionable steps that I am going to start as soon as I finish this comment. Thanks Heidi

  4. Renee Shupe says:

    Some usefuluseful info for sure and something I haven’t been doing that consistently, so a fantastic reminder. Love the idea for the list on Twitter and now its time for some reorganizing of my Feedly account!

  5. What a great tip, thank you! I actually have all the pieces in place but have been super lazy about using the system… Will start now, thanks to you!

  6. Sara says:

    Great ideas just revamped my lists and am off to sign up for Feedly 🙂 Thanks!

  7. Amy says:

    Thank you for the great tips. I love everything collaborative vs competitive. I’m coming back to this post in Q1.

  8. Hannelene says:

    I love this! This has just made it to the top of my to-do list this week!

  9. vickiemcmullen says:

    This is amazing. I am so glad I learned about sharing the information of others on Twitter in a way that builds relationships. Thanks so much for sharing this. Signing up for Feedly now.

  10. These are awesome tips. Thanks for sharing! I have been trying to brainstorm a way to keep track of people to build relationships and this technique is such an easy solution. Headed to put this system in place!

  11. Barbara Waite says:

    I belong to several networking groups and I am always on the lookout for a way to share their businesses with others… the “Spotlight Technique” will now be my goto system for sharing and nurturing my leads!!

  12. Julie Abrera says:

    Heidi, thanks for the information about lists and Twitter. A friend and blogger recommended the same thing about creating and managing lists. It’s so easy these days to make a connection and really great to hear from others who found you and want to work together. These are all great suggestions and you are 100% right – if it doesn’t get scheduled – it doesn’t get done!

  13. TekGrl says:

    Seems so simple when someone breaks it all down into steps. Now, to just get it on my calendar. Thanks for a great article!

  14. Tara O'Reilly says:

    Thanks Heidi, I had the right ideas bit was lacking the structure. I love your paint by numbers way of explaining!

  15. Brilliant, Heidi! Loving and sharing this. 🙂

  16. tinyblueorange says:

    Great post, Heidi! I’ve heard similar ideas in terms of commenting on blogs for folks you admire but love the engagement on twitter aspect. I’ll be implementing this easy system right away!

  17. Robin Carter says:

    Amazing and encouraging, Heidi! I tried to set things up as you showed me how to and was encouraged that I am already doing a smidgen of what you taught us here. Thank you!

  18. Chichi says:

    So simple to do and a great way to build engagement! I am more active on Facebook, so will look to do the same thing there and tag their business page as well.

  19. You could probably use IFTTT to take those posts from Pocket and post them

  20. Rebecca says:

    Thanks Heidi! I will be doing this NOW. I am struggling with marketing (as I’m sure you’ve heard before) and even more with budget-conscious marketing! I loved your article and will start making my list immediately 🙂

  21. cath hak says:

    my ‘take away’ from this is that this is a really safe way to start building relationships where you aren’t pushed out of your comfort zone! I am not pushy and struggle with the concept of emailing people and asking to guest blog etc, but this is something that i could do! NO, will do! Good post!

  22. Victoria Waje says:

    Marketing is a complex process. It is a way we can communicate and build relationship to our target clients and partners. Your post makes me want to jump in and start right away. 🙂 I found this post that I found useful It really helps when we are organized or we follow systems. It saves time and we evaluate how effective are our strategies. Your post is undoubtedly an effective process for me to try. I am now using Hootsuite for our company’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, thank you for your post, I will be starting asap.

  23. Kristie Lorette McCauley says:

    Great tip, Heidi!

  24. Sam L says:

    What is the value of the twitter account? I don’t have one and don’t know if it is that valuable. Can it be done with another platform?

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