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Holly has a jam-packed week of live talks and demos on social media!
Salon patrons are posting photos and saying this is what I asked for and this is what I got, then proceeding to rip apart the work.
I’ve run across an app that you might find helpful for posting called Buffer.
#NailOn with Holly and Mel now has dedicated social media channels.
Cynthia Laughlin offers some of her clients gloves that allow their fingertips to show.
The focus of #NailOn with Holly & Mel for September was social media.
On September 30, we will again cover social media with special guest The Abundant Nail Tech, Mary Chhea.
We need to stop the division and show a united front to get the respect we deserve.
It never hurts to send out a reminder that we should all be kind and respectful on social media.
You have your right to your opinion, but not to share it in a way that’s unkind.
I’m thinking of a running a holiday contest where clients post photos of their nails between now and Christmas.
How many nail professionals shy away from social medial for fear of being attacked, or simply to escape the negative energy it seems to be contaminated with?
Tell clients a foot file should have an abrasive surface, not a blade or the look of a cheese grater.
My week 3 social media post alerts clients to debris in disinfection liquids.
I will be teaching my first official guest of show class at ISSE in Long Beach, January 29 and 30. The topic will be #naileyes and social media.
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