Social Media for Stylists How to Grow Your Businesshttp://www.slideshare.net/ranimonson                                 @R...
You Can’t Afford to Ignore Social Media• It is one of the best ways to  grow your business• How do new clients find  you? ...
So What Are We Really Talking About?•   Facebook           • Anywhere you can                         post•   Yelp        ...
Don’t Let it Be Outside Your Comfort Zone• Just like the  conversations you have  in the chair• Your business is visual   ...
Get Started• Decide what platform(s) you  want to use   – Focus on what you like |     what fits your brand• Keep it easy ...
I’m There: Now What?• Connect – find those you already know    – Don’t forget to include existing clients    – Add Dear Cl...
Other Ideas• Share Hair tips & tricks• Talk about beauty trends   – Have an opinion• Share online articles – Oscar best  h...
Avoid Icky• Don’t think of this as sell, sell, sell…   – This is no different than the conversations     you have in your ...
Find Additional Inspiration• YouTube• Social Media• Google                            @RainMakingMkt
Questions | Discussionhttp://www.slideshare.net/ranimonson                                 @RainMakingMkt
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DIY Social Media for Hair Stylists

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Learns how to use Social Media to grow your business as a hair stylists. Learn why you should use Social Media and how to get started. Plus, tips on how to do-it-yourself. Information applies to YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter & Flickr

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    1. 1. Social Media for Stylists How to Grow Your Businesshttp://www.slideshare.net/ranimonson @RainMakingMkt
    2. 2. You Can’t Afford to Ignore Social Media• It is one of the best ways to grow your business• How do new clients find you? – Referrals – Searching online• Great way to keep current clients – And get them to refer their friends• Emerson Salon – 75% of business comes from Social @RainMakingMkt
    3. 3. So What Are We Really Talking About?• Facebook • Anywhere you can post• Yelp • Places people can write reviews• Pinterest • Where you can be• You Tube talked about • And show off your• Tumblr awesome work• Flickr• Twitter @RainMakingMkt
    4. 4. Don’t Let it Be Outside Your Comfort Zone• Just like the conversations you have in the chair• Your business is visual – So is Social Media: Photos | Videos• An extension of who you are – Reflects you & what you specialize in• Establishes expertise | credibility• Builds your brand @RainMakingMkt
    5. 5. Get Started• Decide what platform(s) you want to use – Focus on what you like | what fits your brand• Keep it easy – use what you’ve got: phone | iPad – If it’s hard – skip it!• Don’t feel you need to be on every platform – You’ll drive yourself insane• Don’t worry – It’s digital – you can always use the delete button• Pick a platform – Just start already! @RainMakingMkt
    6. 6. I’m There: Now What?• Connect – find those you already know – Don’t forget to include existing clients – Add Dear Clark• Share! – Share on your personal pages – Post on Dear Clark, – Share Dear Clark, content | others• What you do is visual – show your masterpieces – Photos – Videos• Take client photos | videos consistently – Before | After• Tag your clients and brag about how amazing they look. Flatter them! – They will share it – Their friends will see it – These are all potential clients @RainMakingMkt
    7. 7. Other Ideas• Share Hair tips & tricks• Talk about beauty trends – Have an opinion• Share online articles – Oscar best hair• What’s Working? Talk to Each Other – You each have your own unique niche and focus, so don’t think of yourselves as competitors – Share what your colleagues are doing – brag about their specialty• Don’t forget you’re human – talk about what you like – New restaurants, music, movies – just talk! @RainMakingMkt
    8. 8. Avoid Icky• Don’t think of this as sell, sell, sell… – This is no different than the conversations you have in your chair – You don’t want to chase people away• Share information• Promote others• Karma – it’s a bitch @RainMakingMkt
    9. 9. Find Additional Inspiration• YouTube• Social Media• Google @RainMakingMkt
    10. 10. Questions | Discussionhttp://www.slideshare.net/ranimonson @RainMakingMkt

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