How To Build a Salon Clientele
Free Video Course For Local Online Success
The secret to growing a strong base of repeat clients is having a marketing system that does most of the hard work for you.
PROBLEM: MOST COURSES ON HOW TO BUILD A SALON CLIENTELE ARE TOO COMPLICATED.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Now there’s a blueprint for a simple system that’s designed to work in the world you actually live in.
Whether you’re a booth renter or you’re running a small salon, now there’s absolutely nothing stopping you from competing online. You’re just a few clicks away. Everything you need to know about how to build a salon clientele online is free and available on this site.
Your marketing success is now in your hands!
In cosmetology, everyone knows that to be successful, you need to fill that chair on a regular basis. If you’re not building a clientele, you’re slowly going out of business.
Why spin your wheels weighing the pros and cons of different salon marketing systems? Almost any marketing system will work…
… as long as you can actually use it.
It’s not having the time to put those systems in place and work on them consistently. What works for larger salons isn’t always a good fit for booth renters or smaller salons.
You’re pretty good at that second part. It’s why you’re standing behind the chair in the first place. Finding customers and getting them to come back may be a different story.
Fortune 500 companies use the internet every day to reach out to new customers and stay connected with their current and former clients.
You can too.
But using the internet means more than just having a website or a Facebook page with a bunch of “likes”.
If you’ve ever considered using the internet to grow your clientele, you’ll like what you find here. If you’ve tried in the past, give the Auto-Pilot Client system a try, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
My name is Chris Carter. I run eMicrobranding, a small web marketing firm based in Las Vegas.
Enjoy the website. And if you ever need help with your internet marketing question, contact me by email or leave a message on my voicemail line. I look forward to hearing from you.
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