Winning The Knot Best of Weddings is a BIG deal–we're talking 3X more leads to your Storefront (aka more couples, more bookings and more quality business for you), endless bragging rights, and so much more!
So, how do you win this amazing award? The key is to qualify. Here's what you need to do:
1. Collect all of your weddings from the past year.
Sit back, relax, and think about all the wedding dreams you brought to life over the past year. Then pick the 20-30 weddings where you really connected with couples (like, emoji after their name in your phone connection). These are the couples you should reach out to first!
2. Make the ask.
Asking for reviews on The Knot is now easier than ever. Anyone can leave you a review without logging into their account (as long as their email is verified). You can also request reviews simply by sharing a link - log in to The Knot Pro to get your personal link and ask away!
Here's a tip: start with a moment you know they'll remember (like an inside joke) and then lead in to the ask. Remind them how valuable reviews are to your business and give them a direct link to our reviews platform to make it even easier for them.
3. Get social.
You know today's couples are all about those likes, so why not use the power of social media to snag yourself some five-star reviews? Post your work on social and tag your couples to motivate them to leave you a review–and ask them to make it official with a review on The Knot!
Couples are busy (just like you!). So if you've reached out to a couple for a review and haven't received a response yet, follow up with a personalized email reminder. It's likely your review is on their to-do list, they just need a friendly nudge.
5. Remember the deadline (and a few other things).
To qualify, you need to receive a minimum of 10 reviews by October 31, 2018. Only reviews received between November 1, 2017 (12:00 a.m. CST) and October 31, 2018 (11:59 p.m. CST) will be considered.
Amped up? We knew you'd be! Log in to The Knot Pro and start requesting reviews today!
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