A Great Resource to Share with Your Wedding Clients

This if a follow up post from the inside scoop on Google Docs and an excellent wedding template collection.

What a great resource to share with our wedding clients! It’s just one more way to add value to the services we DJs provide, which contributes to happy brides and future referrals.

The wide range of free tools available include:

  • Wedding planner
  • Address book
  • Budget planner
  • To-do list
  • Seating chart
  • Reception menu
  • Wedding album
  • Music list
  • Photographer
  • Guest list
  • Schedule
  • And much more…

As a longtime Google docs user myself, I can tell you that this tool makes collaboration between two or more people a cinch. Google’s Wedding Templates Collection allows clients to collaborate with their bridal party on invitations, song selections, schedules, addresses, and other important areas relevant to planning for their special day.

How does it work, you ask?

Google Docs is a free, web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form, and data storage service. It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users. You can upload and save documents from your desktop, edit them online from any computer, and invite others to read or edit your documents. Files are stored in Google’s secure servers.

How have you used Google docs to help your business?

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