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Worldwide Salon Marketing

July 10, 2011 | 5:12 PM
Worldwide Salon Marketing

| 250-590-0449 |
Owners: Catherine and Rick Hanson

Worldwide Salon Marketing’s FREE online videos reveal how their ‘done-for- you’ direct response marketing templates have helped 3,257 salons double, even triple their bookings and retail sales. Log onto

Why we’re different: Most so-called salon marketing ‘experts’ feed salon owners myths and nonsense about typical ‘branding’ style advertising that costs big money with no measurable results. From Worldwide Salon Marketing you’ll only get ads, fliers, and other ‘direct response’ templates and advice that gets results instantly.

How we work: Every member of our ‘inner circle’ marketing and mentoring program gets the world-famous Essential Salon Owner’s Marketing Toolkit, complete with literally hundreds of proven direct-response ad and marketing templates, in hard copy and on CD. Plus, one-on-one coaching every week on the phone, with support and guidance on how to get the best results from those templates. Plus, access to Members Only ‘sealed section’ website, with its constantly-updated templates, feedback from other member salons, and access to the forums where members can help each other out with questions and answers.

Our advice: “For too long, salon owners have stumbled around in the dark, with nobody to turn to for advice on hard-nosed marketing that’s effective, that’s efficient, that’s easy to implement, that any salon owner can understand…and that actually works.”

2011 wisdom: “Our minimum ‘benchmark’ for new members of the Inner Circle program is that they literally double their sales in 2011. Most do it faster and bigger than that.”

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