Aug 7, 2019
When Cavin Elizabeth moved to the San Diego market, she was wondering if making educational videos and sharing them on YouTube would be a way to attract clients and grow her business. After 140 videos and over 1,700 subscribers, YouTube has been a resounding success. But why aren't most of us taking advantage of video marketing? We talk all about it in this week's episode!
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Announcement as heard on the show:
We are beyond excited for our first LIVE recording on August
21st in Raleigh at The Laurelbrook from 10am-12pm! Our topic
will be “How to Stay Committed to Boundaries”, and we invite you to
submit a story about when a client might have gone a liiiiitttttle
bit past the boundaries on respect, budget, contract, comfort zone,
or anything else really. Feel free to email your story to email@example.com,
and if we use it in the live show (anonymously, no names!) we’ll
send you a little thank you gift!
Tickets are available here and include fresh coffee, delicious donuts, some guaranteed laughter and camaraderie. Hope to see you there!
About Cavin Elizabeth:
As a photographer who fully believes in the value of client education, Cavin published a book that teaches brides how to make the most out of their wedding photography and have magazine worthy images entitled A Bride’s Guide to a Picture Perfect Wedding. Her passion for helping clients make the most out of their photos has often been described as one of their favorite things about working with her. Cavin lives in San Diego with her husband David, founder of Aventrix, and their two cats, Boots and Kudzu.
Music for this episode by https://www.bensound.com.
The host of the show is Megan Gillikin, owner and lead consultant at A Southern Soiree Wedding and Event Planning. She's also available for wedding and hospitality business consulting and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weddings for Real is edited and produced by Jason Gillikin for Earfluence.