Spa Evangelists Support Local
Word of mouth has played a role for several years in the local business world. Now with the reach of social media, this tool yields an even broader stroke and will be a key differentiator when businesses reopen. Specifically in the spa and salon industry, recommendations can make or break a reservation.
Few industries mimic the healing touch of salons, spas and studios. These service oriented therapists sole focus is your wellbeing. When visiting these businesses, clients are served questionnaires to assess their customized needs to provide insight to anything underlying conditions a therapist needs to consider.
Therapists review these questionnaires then assess the best delivery of the desired service. They have taken courses and continued education to make your visit as pleasant as possible.
For many of us who frequent the same location, we’ve shared life experiences, celebrations, marriages and in some cases, even heartbreaks with our therapists and they’ve lent their judgement free ears.
Many pride themselves on making your life a little better. Whether it is their ability to provide creative solutions to frizzy hair, free you of back pain or help you navigate through weight control challenges. As these providers reopen their doors, let’s make sure we thank them with well deserved recognition.
As businesses reopen, spas and salons will need to rely on their best customers for support, so how can you help?
Recommendations and Reviews
When it comes to references, personal references are truly meaningful to friends and families. Strangers can also benefit from the experiences of others. If someone compliments you on your hair color or cut, a customer reference can really mean a world of difference to your salon.
In great shape because you practice yoga or weight train? Let people know about your favorite studio, class and instructor.
A five-star online endorsement tells the world this location is worthy of a visit. The more detailed the review the better. Explain to consumers what you most enjoy about the establishment. Services, classes, location and pricing are great details to include. Personalization is golden. Detail your last experience and what you loved about it to share with others.
Another way to share a spa experience is to gift one. Even if it’s a small gift, any amount will help someone today experience a spa visit tomorrow. Be sure to share your recommendation and thank you for supporting local. #supportlocalbusinesses