2014 Coaches and Consultants Guide: Linkup Marketing

By Stacey Soble | 10/31/2013 3:32:00 PM

 

Valorie Reavis, founder of Linkup Marketing. Linkup Marketing
Linkupmarketing.com or valoriereavis.com
800-214-7032 OR 562-366-3539
valorie@linkupmarketing.com
Owner: valorie@linkupmarketing.com


Years of experience in the industry have taught Linkup Marketing how to give salons a digital voice through solid advice and guidance on our free salon and spa marketing website linkupmarketing.com. We also provide specialized social media campaigns, search engine marketing, web design, and blogging services for clients of all sizes and types with realistic strategies that are easy to understand, increase your bottom line, and save you time.

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: We ultimately aren’t just selling marketing consulting services, we’re providing advice and education based off of years of experience in the hair and beauty industry. Our website provides free articles, blogs and information for salons and spas from a range of experts in salon and spa marketing. This network of experts, with proven track records, is also available for additional support, including the Linkup Marketing coaches.

CATCH US AT: Our website, linkupmarketing.com, or on Facebook (facebook.com/linkupmarketing) and Twitter (@linkupmarketing) where you’ll find the latest industry news, marketing tips and advice and trends to watch that will impact your marketing efforts. You can also connect with our founder, Valorie Reavis, on her website valoriereavis.com.

SMART TALK: Your clients come to see you and your team, so remember that the online conversation should be an extension of your conversations in the chair. Start looking for things you know your clients are interested in and put them to work. Try out new angles on old tricks; think about different ways to show something; don’t be afraid to be a bit edgy; ask questions you truly want answers to; be as transparent, candid and open as you would be if they were sitting in the chair in front of you. Every moment can be a social moment if you look for the angles and relevance to your audience. 

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stacey Soble

Stacey Soble Stacey Soble, Editor in Chief of Salon Today

Stacey has been involved in the conversation of salon business for 14 years—as a reporter, a consultant and as the Editor in Chief of SALON TODAY.

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