June 6, 2012
We're finishing our series on client events. We have covered so much over the last few weeks. Here are the final preparations to make your event a success.Station Set Up: Make sure that all of the
May 25, 2012
Jill, we have tried some of these methods for our client events. We have had them register at a different table instead of the front desk and this really helped us to make sure the guests
May 23, 2012
Preparing for a client event takes time and planning. So far, we have covered picking a date, selecting the event type, sending out invitations and getting employees to volunteer. The next step is to plan and set
May 21, 2012
I agree, client events are a very fun way to let clients see what your salon has to offer. We host several events a year at our salon. We always host an event for our salon
May 16, 2012
I hope you have been enjoying our focus on loyalty programs and how to reward our clients. We have covered loyalty cards — a way to reward our clients for purchases, referrals, and pre-booking, etc. Last
May 14, 2012
I love the idea of the Top 100! That sounds like a great program to start in our salon as well, Jill. I love that this is a way to not only reward the guest for their
May 9, 2012
Thank you for your comments about the loyalty cards. Keep posting comments — Sandy and I love hearing from our readers. The past two posts were about loyalty cards and how we all have them floating
May 2, 2012
This is true Jill. I counted my loyalty cards and had dozens. They require an organizer all their own so they don’t clutter up my wallet. I use several of them every week around town. For
April 20, 2012
I remember when we had all of those problems, Jill. It was a struggle to get some of the staff to retail and get them to ask for referrals. That did not make them comfortable at
March 19, 2012
The consultation is your first opportunity to educate your new client and impress her with your professionalism.
January 6, 2012
So it’s 2012 and a new year is already upon us. I hope everyone had a nice holiday and a made lots of money working extra holiday hours, selling products, and performing additional services. I know
December 16, 2011
Thanks Jill! We are all working very hard and it has been great to see the other spa side girls get into the contest too. I can’t wait to see the final numbers as well and
December 9, 2011
Jill, I too have made holiday gift bags. I used the treat bags most of the time. Once I found really cute little organza bags at the previous year’s post-Christmas craft store sales and got them
December 7, 2011
We’ve been talking about our holiday game plan. It’s not too late to get your holiday cards together. Your clients have already made their holiday appointments and soon we’ll be so busy we can’t take a
December 7, 2011
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