Salon and Spa Marketing – Personal Contact Advertising – Safbrina Hayer
Valuable! Learn, How Salon And Spa Owners Just Like You Are On the rise Their Business By Leaps And Bounds Using This Crazy Unadorned Method (I Bet You’ve Never Heard Of).
"Learn… a new strategy your competitors are using right now to explode their business and exactly how you can do it too starting today"!
Lets face it, marketing your salon or spa can be hard work. Believe me I know! When I first started, I was just like you, searching online, and jumping through hoops tiresome to map out what works and what doesn’t. If you aren’t careful you can easily throw away $1000s on so called "marketing advice" without seeing any results. After all, everyone claims to be an expert. And it can be hard to know who to believe. But through all my trails and errors I have found one full-proof method (that I bet a few of your competitors are using right now)that is working wonders. And, If you have five minutes to read this article, I’d like to share with you exactly how it works. But first, (before we go any further). Let me tell you a small about myself and why you should believe I know what the heck I’m talking about.
I’m Safbrina Hayer and I have helped Salons and Spas across the country, welcoming thousands of new clients through their doors and my company would make anywhere from $13,750 to $27,500 from representing only one salon and spa! Most of the time that amount of money would be made in a matter of 2 to 3 weeks.
My company would upshot in 100’s of new clients to salon and spa businesses in a matter of days. For every one person I brought to the Salon and Spa I made $54 and it would only cost me $1 worth of publicity material.
If I invited 100 people I would make $5,400 free and apparent cash in my hand and I usually did that in a matter of days. The best part is I did that evenly. I was like "Groupon" but with a twist, doing Personal Contact Publicity (a.k.a face to face marketing).
If you’ve never heard of "Groupon" before here is their definition: The company offers one "Groupon" ("group coupon") per day in each of the markets it serves. The Groupon works as an assurance contract using The Point’s platform: if a certain digit of people sign up for the offer, then the deal becomes available to all; if the predetermined minimum is not met, no one gets the deal that day. This reduces risk for retailers, who can treat the coupons as quantity discounts quantity discounts as well as sales promotion tools. Groupon makes money by keeping approximately half…