The Internet has continued to connect us to one another in an incredibly fast pace. This has lead to new ways in marketing yourself and putting your services in front of new customers. As a hair stylist, marketing techniques that worked for decades have not only become obsolete, but even what worked a year ago won’t give
The Results are In! Sher Part Two It’s been a little over a month since our last blog which was about marketing one of our hair stylists online. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend you go and do so before reading the rest of this post. It’ll make a lot more sense
Groupon, LivingSocial and Google Offers are sites that just about all salons and stylists should be familiar with. During their peak, people used to happily, no ecstatically wait for the next Groupon email to arrive so they can get a deal on some Mexican Tapas for two at the local eatery. Unfortunately, the endless number
Just because you heard that blogging is the latest craze doesn’t mean you should just jump right in. Although blogging the right way can substantially help your search engine results and generate new business; doing it the wrong way leads to a waste of time and lots of frustration. If you’re going to do something half-assed
Hair Salon Marketing on a Budget Thanks to technology, I feel that salon owners have gotten away from some of the basics of running a successful business. We’ve begun to rely too heavily on reactive marketing techniques vs. going out and doing what we do best; talking to people. Do you remember the days where
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