How to vote for me in The North Of England Wedding Awards 2017
First of all, thank you so much for agreeing to vote for me in the North Of England Wedding Awards 2017. This document is designed to make sure you know how to vote and to give some pointers on what you can do to maximise the chances of success.
What are the judges looking for?
When I received my feedback from last year’s awards I didn’t drop a single point in any of the categories and the comments were overwhelmingly positive. I didn’t win. Some points from this:
* The vote is not based on how many points or votes I get
* The judges will decide on the voter’s comments about customer service
* Voter’s comments are the most important factor in deciding the winner
With this in mind please follow the pointers over these three areas when leaving your comments:
REMEMBER: You do not have to write about all of these things. These are just the kind of things the judges are making their decisions based on.
The Booking Process
– How did you feel about the process of booking?
– Was it easy and smooth?
– Did you feel like you knew what was happening at each stage?
– How clear were the packages that were on offer?
– How helpful did you feel I was during the process of booking?
The Lead Up To Your Wedding
– How well do you think I communicated with your during the build up?
– Did you feel like you could ask questions?
– Was the assistance you received prompt and clear?
– Were correspondence times quick?
On The Day
– Did Steven arrive promptly and set up accordingly?
– Did he adapt to the needs of your party and guests?
– Did you feel like he had control of everything?
– Was the music he provided appropriate at all parts of the day?
Good phrases to use: Please only use the phrases if you believe them to be true. Don’t say it if you don’t mean it. If you do say it, put it in your own words.
“Steven was always available during the build up to the wedding. I emailed him lots during the preparation and he always answered promptly and effectively.”
“I was feeling really nervous a week before the day but Steven’s expertise helped me to know I was in good hands.” “On the day he was able to adapt to what we wanted even if it wasn’t in the plan.”
Phrases to avoid: The judges will ignore phrases such as those that follow. They are focussing on customer service rather than quality of performance.
“His music was really good.”
“Everyone commented on how good he was.”
“He’s a really good singer.”
How to vote
2. Vote for me!
3. Leave your comments in the box below.
Remember, this is the most important part (along with 5 stars across the board of course!!). If you need any further assistance then please let me know.