November 1, 2001
Just as restaurants can’t profit simply from selling entrees, salons can’t profit simply from selling basic services. In order to make more money, you need to sell add-on services that can increase your bottom-line profits in as little as two minutes’ time.
June 1, 1999
Research is beginning to prove what practitioners have long known. Reflexology promotes good health. Nail technicians are uniquely positioned to catch the wellness wave as reflexology rolls into its own as a salon service.
March 1, 1998
While reflexology continues to grow as an add-on service, very few states even recognize its existence.
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