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Ask a Hairstylist for Help

May 29, 2014  | Article

Just starting out? “Get hairstylists in your area to wear your nails or at least refer their clients to you,” says Sharon Frenz, owner of The Nail Boutique in Tomah, Wis., and the newly opened Next Step Nails Training.

Keywords: building your clientele   business building   referrals   working with hairstylists  

How to Build a Successful Nail Business After Graduating: Part Two

January 17, 2014  | Article

This week, Nail School News brings you part two of a two-part story on how to start a successful nail business from guest editor Royan Williams. Royan has been a licensed nail technology educator, nail school operator, and continuing education instructor for over 20 years. His experience as a school operator has helped him to understand the needs of nail technicians, especially those of new students breaking into the nail industry.

Keywords: building your clientele   business building   business tools   education  

How to Build a Successful Nail Business After Graduating: Part One

January 13, 2014  | Article

This week, Nail School News brings you part one of a two-part story from guest editor Royan Williams on how to start a successful nail business. Roy has been a licensed nail technology educator, nail school operator, and continuing education instructor for over 20 years. His experience as a school operator has helped him understand the needs of nail technicians, especially those of new students breaking into the nail industry.

Keywords: building your clientele   business building   education   web marketing  

What's more important for a newly licensed tech to build her business: technical skills or people skills?

October 28, 2013  | Article

With required school hours varying across the country, and some states requiring less than 100 hours to graduate from a nail program, we asked a cross-section of the nail industry — from school instructors to salon owners to veteran nail techs — a timely question: For newly licensed nail techs, what is more important initially in building your business: top-notch technical skills or top-notch people skills? Why?

Keywords: building your clientele   client retention   continuing education   customer service   schools  

Attracting the Busy Client

October 3, 2013  | Article

Bursting the “Too Busy” Bubble: Employees these days aren’t taking their vacation days... or even their lunch breaks. How can nail salons capture this time-strapped clientele?

Keywords: building your clientele   business building   client scheduling   clients   consumer marketing  

30 Timeless Tips for Thriving in the Nail Industry

February 20, 2013  | Article

NAILS Magazine has made it to our 30th anniversary — and we want to help you get to your 30th career anniversary too! We present 30 timeless tips, culled from our three decades of experience, to help you build your book, run your nail salon, and, dare we say it, retire.

Keywords: 30th Anniversary   adding new services   building your clientele   business building   client retention  

How Far Will Clients Travel For You?

January 15, 2013  | Article

For some nail clients, there just seems to be no distance wide enough to keep them from getting a great nail service from their favorite tech. We asked our readers to tell us about some clients who regularly travel great lengths to come in for their nail fix.

Keywords: building your clientele   client relationships   client retention   clients  

Cultivating Ideal Clients

September 22, 2012  | Article

Is it really possible to have your ideal client sitting in your chair consistently? The answer is a resounding yes. You can choose your own clients, while turning your existing clients into your ideal.     

Keywords: building your clientele   client relationships  

New Nail Techs: 4 Steps to Market Yourself Successfully

April 27, 2012  | Article

Learn how to create a nail identity, build relationships, let others help you, and be selective in your marketing efforts.

Keywords: branding   building your clientele   newbie  

The Promise of the Prom Set

April 23, 2012  | Article

Getting teens prepared for their big day can mean more than a one-time client. It can mark the beginning of a relationship that lasts for years. 

Keywords: building your clientele   marketing/promotions   seasonal promotions   teens  

At the Top of Your Game

July 19, 2011  | Article

You’ve paid your dues, you’ve built your clientele, and your book is so packed with standing appointments it’s hard to take new clients. So how do you promote your business when you’re filled to capacity?

Keywords: building your clientele   business building   business tools   client retention   clients  

On My Mind: Why I'm Your Least-Favorite Client

September 1, 2010  | Article

I’m the perfect example of do as I say, not as I do. So as such a lackadaisical client, what does it take for me to come back for repeat visits?

Keywords: building your clientele   client issues   clients   customer service   Hannah Lee  

Pre-Selling Makes Loyal Clients

July 1, 2010  | Article

Clients who come back to redeem their pre-sold service usually purchase something else as well.

Keywords: building your clientele   client retention   loyalty programs   marketing/promotions   retailing  

On My Mind: Are You Evolving? Your Clients Are.

May 1, 2010  | Article

Whether you decide to add a new service, or completely rethink how you’ve set up your salon, commit to making at least one change in your business this year.

Keywords: adding new services   building your clientele   continuing education   expanding your services   Hannah Lee  

In-Salon Events Build Clientele, Up Income

April 1, 2010  | Article

In this economy, nail techs have to find creative ways to do direct marketing.

Keywords: building your clientele   business building   direct mail   email marketing   marketing/promotions  
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