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Don’t be intimidated by Twitter. Those precious 140 characters can be used to bring in new clients, as well as keep current clients up-to-date on new promotions and last-minute openings.  

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Follow Friday: NAILS at NYFW

Not going to New York Fashion Week? Don’t worry, NAILS has you covered.

Follow Friday: NAILS Magazine on Twitter

We have had our Twitter account (@nailsmag) for six years now. If you haven’t joined Twitter in the past, now may be the time.

On My Mind: Where Are Your (Virtual) Manners?

Editor Hannah Lee urges us to examine our online manners.

7 Tips for Better Tweeting

Bernard Perrine, CEO of social media marketing company HipLogiq, offers tips for composing ideal Tweets that will boost business.

Best Social Marketing Tips

We asked, you answered. What’s your best social media marketing tip?

7 Tips for Better Tweeting

Try these tips to construct ideal Tweets that are more likely to be heard above the crowd, be retweeted or favorited, and ultimately help drive business to your salon.

Hand Positions for Your Nail Art Photos

Nail Art Sutra presents you with 20 hand positions to pose in for taking photos of your nail art. Finding the right hand pose for your nail art can sometimes be difficult; we hope this video helps you to explore and discover new hand placement when taking those lovely photos of your nail art for your Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, etc.

20 Questions (On Twitter): #AskKandi

Have you been using Twitter as a way to promote your business? Whether you use 140 characters or less to share appointment openings, Instagram photos, or retweet your favorite clients, this social network is a must for the modern day nail artist.

On My Mind: Is It a Social Burden?

My advice: Find out from your clients what sites they are active on before adding these sites to your lineup. Set up your accounts across the platforms where the majority of your clients already are.