Phyllis Cheung says, "With our search engine, we now have the ability to provide tailored information that brides are looking for and instant trending reports that will allow wedding bloggers and wedding media to write articles based on these searches."
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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 16, 2010
My Wedding Concierge is excited to announce the completion of their wedding blog search engine. It creates a seamless search capability available for brides and vendors alike. Having the ability to search relevant wedding inquiries based on theme, destination or color fills the void and growing demand for immediate and easily transportable information for both brides and the wedding industry at-large.
"We built this wedding blog search engine because we felt that brides were having a hard time finding exactly what they needed through major search engines”. says Phyllis Cheung, CEO of My Wedding Concierge. “With our search engine, we now have the ability to provide tailored information that brides are looking for and instant trending reports that will allow wedding bloggers and wedding media to write articles based on these searches. In the end it’s a win-win for the entire industry."
The ability to follow trends, have accurate, and timely information on the go is an ever-increasing factor for today’s tech-savvy bride. By eliminating pop-up ads and hard-core sales methods seen on many search engines, the only information that a bride sees are real weddings and inspiration boards. Utilizing My Wedding Concierge technology, brides and vendors can find trending reports that are timely and in most cases available within 24 hours of data collection.
Considered one of the fastest growing iPhone applications in the wedding industry and having both iPhone and iPad applications in the works, My Wedding Concierge brings wedding blog searches to cutting edge technology and products. The ability to provide magazines, vendors and wedding bloggers exactly what search terms a bride is searching is unparalleled in the industry.