3 hours ago
The ZING philosophy is clear: operating a profitable hair and beauty salon or spa is a challenge – but it doesn’t have to be as hard as we sometimes make it.
There are core business skills most hair and beauty professionals were never taught. They can make all the difference! Lisa learned these lessons the hard way – through trial and error. She figured out what makes salons tick and what you can do to make your salon thrive.
Lisa shares her experience alongside the ZING team, working with salon owners to:
√ Implement proven systems
√ Increase profits, generate more income, reduce stress
√ Find and manage reliable team members
√ Train each team member to be productive
√ Set and meet SMART goals that really work
√ Attract A-grade clients.
It’s a ZING thing: zipping up salon owners’ needs in a skills-rich, can-do solution to creating and sustaining the business they deserve. ...
The ZING Project was live.
8 hours ago
I like that too. The little changes make a big change over time.
As long as the bad reviews are just a small percentage of all your reviews then there is no problem. I think most people can spot the pedantic or meat head bad review from the bad review where a genuine issue is highlighted.
FREE WEBINAR TOMORROW NIGHT!! 🤑👇🏻
Join Lisa Conway-Zing where she will be discussing everything ‘winter quiet times’ in her upcoming webinar…
“Really, half of 2019 is almost done? What the "F"! Find out how to save the 2nd half!”
How could it be June? I still feel like it’s January. This happens every year to people who don’t have a system for accounting, a system for time, a system for educating their team and the list goes on!
Once you check in with where your time is spent and you KNOW where it goes, then you’ll be excited that it’s June instead of January.
Life will pass no matter what you do. It’s about how organised you are, so let’s make the most of the 2nd half of 2019.
🕢 Join Lisa on 26th June, 2019 at 7:30pm AEST
✅ Head on over to our Facebook events page to register! ...
🍃Climate change, carbon footprint, green energy, clean energy…. It’s no wonder we get overwhelmed with knowing where to start to reduce our impact on the environment.
🌱The future is here! And our marketing needs to follow suit. With the power of social media and digital marketing the need for print marketing is reducing. However! I still strongly believe a physical printed referral card, or a personalised new client follow-up letter still has strong merit. If you must invest in print media for your business try to stick to recycled materials.
Hot hint: Your software provider has literally hundreds of ways that you can market digitally to your clients, and the best news? Zero carbon footprint.
3 days ago
Why is it that you still need to chase more bums on the seats even though you’ve been running your salon for a few years? Where are all your clients going?
PAY ATTENTION! 🤓
Being a great listener during your consultation highlights your virtues much more than being a big talker. Ask each client about the problems they have with their hair and provide the perfect, professional solution. Simple. When you don’t ask, you don’t know.
Keep notes to help you reconnect with your client on their next visit and follow-up with the solutions you provide. If your clients love the way you make them feel, they’ll not only keep coming back for more, they’ll rave about you to friends. Word-of-mouth referrals mean long-term salon success.