Team Awesome Descriptor
Get found in searches with your unique URL
The members of Team Awesome Weddings (CCCC) are part of one the largest groups of officiants in Ontario.
We span the province from Windsor to Cornwall and Niagara to Atikokan. This means that this website gets a lot of traffic from couples looking for an officiant in their area.
Having a descriptor on the TA website means that you will be found on the internet by searching couples - another way to have promotion out there while you keep your calendar handy. Your name is in the title of the page and the descriptor is optimized with keywords for search engines. And, the more traffic that comes to the site, the higher the site will rank! Win-win!
As you look through the website, you'll meet many of your colleagues in the team. See what they have written and think about what you'd like to say about yourself.
What do we need?
Three paragraphs that describe who you are and what you like about weddings. What do you offer? What is your reason for doing this? Think about it from the point of view of the couple. Are you interesting? Would you give you a call? :)
Send along a head and shoulders photo of yourself and another one of you in action - officiating, walking your dog, having fun, playing with your kids or grandkids.... something that captures your personality. Send them to Bishop Deb in jpeg form attached to the descriptor email - not as part of it.
A brief testimonial or two
Couples like to see what others think of you.
Social media, email, website - however you can be reached.
There is a one-time set-up fee of $75 to get your page ready for the world. If you want changes down the road there is a small charge of $20.
You can send your monies to email@example.com along with your descriptor and jpeg attachments. It can usually be uploaded in two days. Once it is ready, Bishop Deb will send you the link for approval.
Or, pay through the paypal portal below.
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