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Crowdsourcing: Specialties vs. a Wide-Ranging Menu
Crowdsourcing: Specialties vs. a Wide-Ranging Menu

March 6, 2014
. One thing that you don't want is too big of a menu causing clients to be confused by too many choices

Reader to Reader: How Do You Acknowledge a Client’s Birthday?

October 1, 2000
manicure, or design of her choice. Jodi Gildom Kim’s Cut ‘n Curl Conneaut, Ohio I always try

Reader to Reader: How do you show your clients you are thankful for them?
Reader to Reader: How do you show your clients you are thankful for them?

November 28, 2013
Around the holidays it can be a good idea to show extra customer appreciation.

Reader to Reader: What’s the best way to find a new job in the beauty industry?

December 26, 2010
and to get a feel for the salon atmosphere. By the time I made my choice, I had already met everyone

Reader to Reader: What Type of Music Do You Play in Your Salon?
Reader to Reader: What Type of Music Do You Play in Your Salon?

April 1, 1997
into the general profile of my clients and as a result, I receive numerous compliments on my choice of music

Reader to Reader: Do you work flexible hours to accomodate holiday clients or do you take time off?
Reader to Reader: Do you work flexible hours to accomodate holiday clients or do you take time off?

December 19, 2013
The holidays are a busy season for both you and your clients.

Reader to Reader: What is your biggest time-waster in the salon?
Reader to Reader: What is your biggest time-waster in the salon?

January 2, 2011
polishes. I think that too many choices makes for a whole lot of wasted time trying them all on. I limit

Reader to Reader: Why did you choose to work in the salon you’re in now versus other salons?

December 26, 2010
Why did you choose to work in the salon you’re in now versus other salons?

Reader to Reader: Should a salon keep its menu basic or include multiple lists of service options?

June 23, 2008
I try to keep it simple. I find that when you give too many choices it makes clients indecisive. I

Reader to Reader: How do you handle a rude client?

April 17, 2010
choice but to be nice back or look stupid. - Connie Havens, Connie’s Cutting Cove, Absecon, N.J. I had

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