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10 Steps for Sharing a Wedding on Your Blog

  1. […] social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, as well as subscribers to your blog. According to The Drum, Facebook helped 52 percent of consumers make purchasing decisions in 2015, […]

  2. Julie says:

    Blogs give the best traffic rates and it is very important for our wedding sites. Thank you for sharing this important information.

  3. Thought you should know says:

    It’s important to have the PHOTOGRAPHER’S permission – not the client! The photographer holds the copyright. Most wedding photographers are more than happy to share if the proper protocol is used. If used without permission, could be considered commercial use and you could be billed accordingly!

    • Thanks for your comment. Yes, we are assuming that if the photographer is giving you, the planner, the professional images, they are giving you permission to use them on your blog and website. But, it is best to confirm with the photographer that you do have their permission to use the images.

      You also need to have permission from the client to use their images to promote your business.

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