Hi! How can I help my mom market her job better?
Marketing and she said she was doing a newspaper ad she’s a hair stylist and she owns herself but she works at Serenity Garden. Please message me back as soon as you can and thank you for all the advice you guys give out.
I’d love to help but not sure I understand the intent of your question. Is your mom trying to market her hair styling services? Or is she trying to hire someone? Below are some articles that may help. Newspaper advertising can work in some industries, but most businesses these days use a blend of marketing approaches, including social media and requesting referrals. Here are some articles on that. If I’ve misunderstood your question, please reply and let me know what specifically she’s trying to accomplish.
Laura, HR Staff Writer
Hello! I hope I can help you, you can make marketing campaigns for facebook ads work very well for small and medium businesses, just need to be clear about the niche to which your product belongs, on the other hand you can also create a marketing strategy to get organic traffic through instagram using the hashtag as keywords and thus segmenting your organic traffic, takes time but is effective
My friend is a stylist and when she moved to the area, she had to work hard to build her business again. She found a popular and busy salon that started with for a couple of years to build some clientele and then went out on her own. Here are some things she has done to help drive people to her business while on her own: participated in modeling events in the area styling hair, she’s busy with instagram, she gets into the local community to offer classes on how to style your own hair and she networks with other stylists. I hope this helps, but I think this type of job is all about getting to know people in your community.
If your mom is looking to get new customers, offering a coupon/discount of some sort for new clients works great for hairdressers. She can also advertise on facebook, and it’s usually less expensive vs. advertising in a newspaper.
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