Christmas Comes Early for Sisters Who Land Front Page Google Rankings
February 26, 2010 · Written by Jamie Galvin
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. The question has been popped and wedding bells chime in the distance. It’s time to commence the planning and preparation for the big day, but where do you begin with the countless details to attend to?
Set a date, pick a venue and find the perfect dress – don’t sweat the small stuff – leave the table décor and party favors up to Show Me Wedding. In one simple sweep of online shopping, brides-to-be will discover hundreds of decorative accents produced by Atlanta-based designer Kate Aspen.
Transform your visions of fairy-tale bliss into tangible accents of elegance and creativity with table décor and favors themed for every season or personal preference, such as wine, hearts, beach, candles and more. And don’t forget to thank your bridal party with tokens of appreciation and sentiment; choose from monogrammed jewelry pouches, flip-flops, koozies and more.
“Order a small amount of your selected décor and favors first to see what you’ll be getting in bulk later; from one to 100 or more, each item can be ordered in any quantity,” said Barbara Calwhite, owner of Show Me Wedding.
In partnership with her sister, Pat Morrison, Calwhite developed this bridal-themed business in August of last year after experiencing great success – thanks to the help of iePlexus – with their first Web site, www.ShowMeChristmas.com, which was launched in August 2005.
“We needed marketing help, with our first site, and wanted to establish front page rankings on Google; so we sought professional assistance,” Calwhite said.
The sisters teamed up with iePlexus and were delighted by the professionalism and attentiveness demonstrated by the staff with each step of the process, which included the development of an interactive blog – the company’s key marketing tool.
“When starting out as a Web entrepreneur, it’s important to ask yourself ‘How am I going to get people to visit my Web site?’” Calwhite said. “Unless you know an awful lot about the Internet and Google functions, you need to seek professional help or you won’t make too many sales.”
Therefore, they requested the services of iePlexus for Show Me Wedding and generated a complementary blog to highlight the variety of décor and favors available as well as provide tips for planning on a budget, seasonal suggestions and more.Tags: Customer Spotlights