When you’re running a Spa or Salon, you’ve got so much to worry about. Between managing your employees to handling your appointments and offering the best possible customer experience for your clients, you’ve got your hands full. On top of all that, you’ve got to worry about finding new and exciting ways to attract new customers while making sure your existing customers continue to come back to your business.
We get it. Sometimes you feel like your business is running you instead of the other way around. When you’re running your spa or salon, the most important aspect of your job should be focusing on your customers and making sure they’re happy with your service. If you’re looking to find more time to focus on what matters, we’ve got a solution to free up some of your time.
Especially in the beauty industry, social media has become a vital aspect of your day-to-day life. From posting pictures of your clients to posting specials and promotions, you’ve got to keep up with the trends of your clients and keep up with the competition. Unfortunately, simply setting up your Facebook and Twitter isn’t enough. You’ve got to find the time to post throughout the day.
With an integrated tool that you could access straight from your business management software, you’ll have the ability to pre-load Facebook posts and Tweets ahead of time. The automated marketing feature will post for you, leaving you free to focus on the stuff that really matters at your business.
With an automated social marketing feature, you’ll ensure that your social media platforms are up to date and that you’ll be posting in a timely manner. Gone will be the days of forgetting to post and in turn, losing followers.
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Aditi Vora is a skilled digital marketer with a passion for content marketing and exploring new and fun ways to keep her audience informed and engaged. She's currently the Senior Manager of Content at Booker Software.Follow on Google Plus Follow on Twitter More Content by Aditi Vora