Topic: Social Media Management
All of the digital marketing opportunities available for businesses can be overwhelming. Having a calendar to help you plan the time that you’ll need to create the content that you’ll be using is really important.
It's important to blend online and offline channels because each one plays a different role in influencing how clients discover you and make their decisions.
While a recent study showed 30 percent of people feel inspired by online fitness posts, 36 percent also said it makes them depressed. Here, discover what personal fitness and nutrition plan Nuyoo has deemed the 15 most annoying health and fitness hashtags.
What potential clients hear from trusted friends and what they see online could be the difference between making an appointment at your spa or calling your competitor. Here’s what you can do to help boost your online reviews and referrals to bring in new clients.
Taking a great picture of your work can be more challenging than the work itself. Here are four tips that can help.
If your spa is feeling stagnant, here are three ways to recharge your business and get it booming.
In the ever-changing world of social media, these are the five elements that trends predict will be most popular in the next wave of social media.
Find out what the hilarious Lipgloss + Aftershave duo (Barry Eichner and Jenni Nagle) have to say about American Spa's May Fresh Finds Beauty Box.
Stylie One's Chad Hankinson shares five easy ways beauty professionals can grow their social media.
Here, our experts share what they consider to be the best social media practices to increase exposure and business.