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How to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Next Event by @dancarthy2

Are you still unsure how to use Pinterest to effectively promote your events or products? In November, Pinterest launched business pages with their new terms of service. This update lets you use Pinterest commercially. You can promote your products, events and generate sales, leads and use it for other commercial purposes without any worries. Key Takeaways: Pinterest boards are a way for users to organize their photos into categories. You can create a board specifically for your event and include all the relevant photos, including pics of the venue, company products that will be for sale, and so on. Secret boards are exactly what the name suggests. They’re only visible to you and whoever you choose to give viewing privileges to. Secret boards are a great way to start most boards. Once the board begins to rack up the pins, then that’s when you make it public. After all, a board with pins in the single digits probably won’t reflect well on your brand. As an active Pinterest user, you should also pin your favorite photos belonging to users in your event industry. Why should you do this? For one thing, building up someone else’s board is a nice thing to do. Second, by being a regular pinner and commenter on other boards, you’ll see who else are doing the same. “Pinterest boards are a way for users to organize their photos into categories. You can create a board specifically for your event and include all the relevant photos, including pics of the venue, company products that will be for sale, and so on.”... read more

What to Do When a Wedding Gift Comes Without a Card

Writing wedding gift thank you can be a daunting task, it makes it much more difficult when someone does not leave a card. This will require some detective work to see how gave you the gift, to insure that they get the thank you for the gift, just not the card. What to Do When a Wedding Gift Comes Without a... read more

LA Restaurants for a Delicious Post-Wedding Brunch

There’s nothing better than a great brunch to either kick off, or cap the weekend’s festivities. Saturday and Sunday mornings (and often afternoons) are prime time for weekend dining warriors to grab a bloody mary, mimosa, or bellini, because, well, if there isn’t booze, brunch is just late breakfast. Because LA’s almost always blessed with great whether, it turns out that brunch is perhaps the most popular meal of the week. This map finds the places that haven’t served brunch for longer than a year, or have recently introduced new brunch programs. Key Takeaways: Cecconi’s West Hollywood Situated on starry Melrose Avenue, this celebrity-adored restaurant has a private dining room that’s perfect for a post-wedding brunch. Fig & Olive Nestled on the lush, tree-lined Melrose Place, Fig & Olive’s plush White Atrium (seats up to 50 guests) is beautifully appointed with olive trees and rosemary plants and bathed in natural light. Café Del Rey For a post-wedding brunch by the sea, turn to Café del Rey in Marina del Rey. Elegant and downright cozy, the restaurant’s private Regatta Room can seat 10-50 guests and boasts a fireplace and awe-inspiring views of the marina. “For a brunching experience that’s just as memorable as the wedding itself, we’ve put together a list of five LA restaurants with delicious brunch menus and private dining spaces where you and your closest friends and family can relive all the memories of the night before while sipping mimosas and digging into stacks of French toast.”... read more

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