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Why Are You Yelling at Me?

November 6, 2013  | Blog Post

Maybe it’s because the weather is changing and we are in that rare, and short-lived, time of the year when the heat isn’t on and neither is the air conditioning. So there are long periods of

Keywords: clients  

Constant Contact

November 5, 2013  | Blog Post

No. I’m not talking about the actual company by the same name. I’m talking about the concept of keeping in touch. Lately, I’ve found myself frustrated from dealing with a handful of companies that seem not to

Keywords: clients  

Just Venting

October 25, 2013  | Blog Post

All my Facebook friends know that this week has been a rough one for me. After coming back from vacation all primed and pumped and ready to tackle another 21 years of doing nails and not

Keywords: clients  

Underbidding the Job

October 23, 2013  | Blog Post

A few weeks ago I got a text from a potential client asking about booking an appointment and wanting to know if I could do a set “like this” and what would I charge for it. She

Keywords: clients   money   salon services  

Virtual Success

October 18, 2013  | Article

If a picture of your salon is worth a thousand words, then a moving 360° virtual walk-through is probably valued at a million.

Keywords: clients  

A New Minion

October 11, 2013  | Blog Post

I believe I’ve mentioned that in the last few years I’ve had several former clients embark upon a career in the nail industry. Most of them didn’t even tell me. Some of them were former clients

Keywords: clients   nail tech issues  

The Clientele Rollercoaster

October 7, 2013  | Blog Post

I used to think that once I built my clientele, I’d be set. I knew there would always be a few people who strayed off because they moved away or couldn’t afford their nails anymore, but

Keywords: clients   nail tech issues  

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  

Armrest of DOOOOOOM

September 27, 2013  | Blog Post

I had my desk custom built almost 20 years ago. Since then, I’ve had a handful of jobs where I didn’t use it — it also doubles as an excellent TV stand, student desk, and sewing

Keywords: clients  

Accent Toe?

September 25, 2013  | Blog Post

Right now my clients are loving the “accent nail” look — which they all seem to think of as “the new thing” even though it was SO the hotness back in the late ’80s/early ’90’s when

Keywords: clients   salon services  

Yes, It’s Returnable

September 20, 2013  | Blog Post

Close to three years ago now, I got a phone call from a sweet lady in Montana...or maybe Idaho...or possibly Wyoming. Well, I got a call from a sweet lady who lived very far away from

Keywords: clients   marketing/promotions   salon services  

Any Advice for Multitasking?

September 20, 2013  | Blog Post

So, this post is about two weeks late. It should have been done over two weeks ago, but that didn't happen. I've become absolutely horrible at multitasking, and because of that it has now become the

Keywords: clients  

Tips of Fear

September 9, 2013  | Blog Post

The other night, lying in bed, trying to convince myself that 11 o’clock is a perfectly acceptable time to be in bed (I’m a night person. Going to bed before 1 a.m. doesn’t really jibe with

Keywords: clients   nail tech issues  

Not Always

September 9, 2013  | Blog Post

If I ever have the opportunity to go back in time, one of the stops I’d like to make will be the late 1800s to Marshall Field and Company to speak to Mr. Field and Gordon

Keywords: clients  

Why Do They Keep Coming Back?

August 14, 2013  | Blog Post

I’m sure we’ve all had a handful of those clients, right? The ones who just do not mesh with you? That first appointment is awkward and stressful. You ask them questions, they either give one word

Keywords: clients  


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