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Crowdsourcing: How Do You Tell Clients You Are Raising Prices?

This month we asked nail techs: How do you inform your clients you’re raising your prices? How do they generally react?

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The [Higher] Price Is Right

I’m happy to see that my pricing presentation at the NW Nail Tech Event has been a help.

So How’d That Price Increase Go Over?

How did your clients react when you raised your prices?

How to Tell Your Clients You’re Raising Your Prices

Try one of these three letters to communicate with your clients that you're charging your worth.

Tell Your Clients to Pay Up

Salon consultant Neil Ducoff has something to say to those nail techs who raise their prices, then let certain clients slide on the increase: Get a new backbone.

The Real Reason You Should Raise Your Service Prices

In a hypothetical numbers game, Holly gets real about why you should start charging your worth.

Cost of Living

The good news and not-so-good news about Maggie’s service pricing.

Don’t Apologize for a Price Increase

It’s time to raise your prices. “Just do it,” says industry consultant and trainer Neil Ducoff, CEO and founder of Strategies.

What’s Your Time Worth?

Candice Everest, owner of Panache Nail Studio in Stanwood, Wash., offers these four steps to determine how much to charge for a given service.

Five Things You Know But Are Ignoring

Do you ever know which way you’re supposed to go, but keep hoping to find an alternate — and easier — route? Learn how to stay on course from techs who have been down this road before.