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How To Market For New Stylists To Work In Your Salon

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How to attract hairdressers to work in your salon In our industry, marketing open positions can be more tricky than in other industries. If you own a tech company, a garage, or a restaurant franchise, the typical methods of looking for potential hires are satisfactory. You can use LinkedIn, Indeed, and other job boards to find those future hires. In the beauty industry though, it can be more difficult. You will very rarely find a hairdresser on LinkedIn searching for a salon or marketing their business. You are very unlikely to see any hairdressers posting their resumes on job boards...

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Christmas marketing to make your salon stand out to your local customers!

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  The holidays are coming, and we’re going to help you use the momentum the holiday spirit and Hallmark movies are creating to increase your revenues for your salon! This involves setting up a strategic partnership with a local coffee shop. Not a Starbucks but a small family-owned shop.  What is one thing that everyone loves loves loves during the holidays? Hot chocolate. As it gets cooler and the lights start coming out, people always gravitate to hot chocolate.  Provides can provide you with a large number of people you can easily target and the smart salon owner will see...

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Drastically grow your brand and help the world by hosting a Joy Prom

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This article isn’t intended to be about hair, teach you how to train a new stylist, or how to get new employee. Instead, its intention is to show how you can make a huge impact on the world while elevating your brand to new heights in your community. 

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Unique and inexpensive marketing to grow your salon FAST!

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Here is a unique marketing strategy that can work well for any salon owner willing to put in a little bit of work. This involves setting up a strategic partnership with a local coffee shop. 

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Should you call references before hiring a new stylist?

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Remember, a resume is always a record of embellished accomplishments with all the low points removed. A resume is an Instagram filter for their professional career. We have to get past those filters to find out who the person is, and if they fit into our salons in the roles we need, and we need someone to thrive in those roles. 

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