Sunday, August 29, 2010

Shorten your days, fill your appointment book and make more money!



Most hairstylists are independent contractors or are on some type of commission based pay, or they rent a chair and essentially run their own business. In essence, hairstylists are in control of their own income. It is not enough these days to sit around reading Modern Salon while waiting for walk-ins to stroll in off the street into your salon. Today's hairstylists must market themselves. Whether you are in New York City or Topeka you are in competition to gain and retain your clients. If you want to create a large following most stylists need to create a marketing plan.

There are numerous hairstylists that are making over $100,000 per year. According to one accountant in Washington, DC the average hairdresser in the city makes $85,000.

This book is going to show you how to set up your own online networking and marketing plans to market yourself quickly and easily. I will teach you the benefits of social business and how it can help you to create a loyal and rich client base that will have an amazingly easy means of referring you to their friends and family. I will also teach you ways to get your clients to refer you to their friends and family on their social networking sites without having to ask them to.

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