ACPWC Wedding Workshop a Success. Students Enlightened
Once again, our wedding workshop course was a success! Crystal Lequang, No. California ACPWC chair, and Deborah Moody, Executive Director of ACPWC, welcomed our students, and Crystal introduced our speakers. Rosalinda Randall, Etiquette Consultant from Your Relationship Edge, presented a course entitled “First Perceptions”. Andy Ebon from Wedding University conducted Marketing 101. Both instructors left our students with much welcomed insight into many areas designed to help them successfully grow their businesses. We had fantastic participation from our students and congratulate them all on their certification.
Andy Ebon shared invaluable information on how social media can be used effectively in growing your business. Thank you, Andy. It’s always a pleasure to attend one of your workshops. He covered many areas several of our students had not considered, which they appreciated very much. Take a look at what a couple of our students had to say below:
There was so much information given in a 2 hour class. I was so grateful and amazed! I learned so much about what I am doing right AND learned even more on what I am NOT doing and what I am doing WRONG.
If it weren’t for Andy Ebon advising us about our websites and how it looks on a smartphone, I would not have taken a look at my website from my iphone later that day. To make a LONG story short, my website was HACKED earlier in the week. My website master worked on it on Saturday for 2.5 hours to fix it. Again, if I didn’t take the class on Friday, I would have been clueless to what had happened and this may have caused disruption to my business, because each of my website’s pages had a corporate paragraph overlapping my website information. (information on viagra and payadvance website links)
Thank you so much!
The two speakers were great. I enjoyed both very much and they were important to starting my business.
Rosalind’s Etiquette presentation:
I learned about body language and how it affects your business relationships and their perception of you.
I thought the piece about being “on” right after leaving your home is so important… no picking teeth in the parking lot; even your driving habits as you drive there. The world is your audience and what you do when you think you are offstage can be a bad reflection on you.
I appreciated so much that he discussed websites and how to start one. I hadn’t considered that you should keep your website address simple- where you are and what you do- for better searching. I also liked how he talked about social media placement on the page and how many tabs you should have in the navigation bar. Also the titles of those tabs… keep it simple and easy to understand for your audience.
At the Social Media workshop, I learned about WordPress and the importance of having a blog and social media presence. I also like the information on Pinterest and can see how something I do now for fun could really be beneficial for my business.
Thank you again for a great week and wonderful speakers on Friday!
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. We wish you success in your future!