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Shortcuts Gets Social Sorted for Salons

Shortcuts launches a new monthly service that helps busy owners with their salon's social media posts.

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Letting Google Do the Work for Your Clients

With Shortcuts Software's partnership with Google, the "Book Now" appears on participating salon's Google listings, making it easier than ever for new guests to find their way into the salon.

Exposé of Top Barber Chain Promised at ISBN

During the Interational SalonSpa Business Conference, the Tour de ISBN—an inside look at the operations of member salon companies—makes its second stop at V's Barbershops.

The Psychology of Gift Giving

Shortcuts' Gabe Ormando uses research to prove that experiences make the most meaningful gifts, as well as some helpful strategies for designing a solid gift card program.

Breaking Down the Barrier of Blended Appointments

The potential minefield of blending walk-ins with booked appointments motivates many salons and barbers to opt exclusively for one or the other, but innovation-led Shortcuts now has the solution that allows salons to offer both with confidence.

A Trio of Brothers Connect and Talk Business Over Weekly Dinner

Meeting at various restaurants every Tuesday evening, Maurice, Nick and Ermanno Venere connect and keep their business thriving.

8 Hi-Tech Ways to Get Your Team on Board

From information access to selfies, Shortcuts' Richard Wildey offers 8 ways to leverage technology to engage your young team members.

Achieving a Work/Life Balance Through Technology

As part of Shortcuts' ongoing series on a good work/life balance, Clarissa Borg, partner in TONI&GUY Toronto, shares her secret to looking after her daughters and her business at the same time.

Eikonic House of Barbers Blooms through Technology

In a beautiful new video for Shortcuts, Salon Today 200 Honorees Jessica Hoach and Martin Truong explain how they balance the running of Eikonic House of Barbers in Toronto, with parenthood and their passion for gardening.

4 Tech Tips that Keep Clients Coming Back

Shortcuts' Paul Tate shares four technology tips that drive client retention.