You’re a beauty business owner and you’ve thought in the past about whether blogging is right for you. It seems like it could be a good way to share information with your clients about your services, but at the same time… it seems like A LOT of work. Plus, you’re not great
The humble salon website. Created in Wix sometime in 2012, and quickly forgotten about because it’s literally too annoying to even acknowledge. Every once in a while you happen to click on your website only to cringe. Your former staff members are still there. Your new client work isn’t represented. The colours no
Has your salon ever advertised online? If so, was it on Facebook? On Yelp? Groupon? I can say with almost 100% certainty that you’ve seen a Google AdWord sometime in the past week. They’re the ones that look like this when you search for “best haircut NYC” It’s clear that Google ads
Are you wondering how to make a beautiful salon website for your business? Before you get started, make sure to read our checklist of 10 things to include on your salon website to make sure it is not only beautiful, but it gets you more interest and bookings. The 10 most
What are the most important ways for you to get new clients? Facebook? Instagram? Word of mouth? How about turning “once in a while” clients into loyal clients? What if I told you there’s probably another way to do this, which can make 3800% return on the time you spend doing it?
Your website is like the living room of your salon. You might have a superb location, incredible staff, and do the best damn balayage in the whole city, but if it looks like garbage you WILL get judged for it and you WILL lose clients. I know that it’s one of those