Would you like to generate £1000 a month with just 6 clients?
Do you think you could do better hair extension than what you have seen?
Well They Laughed When I Said I’d Earn an extra £1000 per month with just 6 clients!
A qualified Hair Extension Consultant is now in the top 15 best paying business – Globally
So Who Else Wants To Earn an extra £1000 per month with just 6 clients And Have more income to spend on the things you want?
New Hair extension business Helps You Have more income to spend on the things you want… Guaranteed!
Just Imagine Being Able To:
Earn over £100 per client
Earn repetitive income each month
Work when you want where you want
Buy the things you really need
Have clients tripping over themselves to give you money
…And that’s just for starters!
A Moral, Ethical, & Perfectly Legal Ways To Earn an extra £1000 per month with just 6 clients!
It might seem crazy but I can prove it
And Not Only That, But:
A brand new technique that won’t damage the clients hair
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A brand new technique that gets you more referrals
Hurry before this one time deal runs out, book your place today
Here’s The Only Way Left For Regular Guys/Gals Like You And Me To Earn an extra £1000 per month with just 6 clients
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On the day of your training you could win an additional bonus prize. We will tell you how on the day
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You have not got any more time to waste this is a skill for life
Whats the Offer:
We’re offering you an introductory hair extension course for £55.00 or upgrade to an IAO accredited course for just £99, saving you up to 84% off Hair Extension Training Academy’s prices.
Still worried… too good to be true…… think it’s not for you….
We are confident that you will be completely impressed just see what Stacey Thomson said when she gave us a 5 star rating:
I attended this course today, I haven’t got any hairdressing experience so it was all pretty new to me but a would have to say that Diane explained the course in great detail. I felt comfortable and actually enjoyed myself throughout the course, Diane also told us some stories about her experience and I can personally say it has inspired me to enroll in more courses. The whole experience for me was exceptional and has opened so many door for a career path, I would say to anyone to go do this course as it is worth every penny.
Hundreds of people just like you have set up their business from home and are regularly earning thousands
This deal is only for a short time, so hurry register today and don’t miss out.. remember this skill you learn is for life!
What can/can’t I bring to the event?
You cannot bring a friend, but you can bring a pad and some water.
Is my registration/ticket transferable?
No because each pack and seat is bespoke to you and your certificate
Have you setup your business to take money from plasitic cards anywhere?
Did you know that your clients will be more willing to part with £64 via their card than to part with £20 in cash – that’s astonishing!!!!!
You to, should join the increasing number of small businesses who never miss the opportunity to gain a sale and instead take advantage of the ability to take secure card payments via their mobiles or tablets.
The new breed of Debit/Credit mobile reader devices allows you to Accept credit card payments on your iPhone, Android or iPad with our easy to use credit card reader. No monthly fees or long term contracts. There is no more excuse for you not to generate income on the move and here’s why.
WorldpayZinc mobile card reader
Never lose business by giving customers the opportunity to say ‘oh I haven’t got enough cash on me’ and then lose them because you were not able to take a cashless payment.
Card readers and your mobile phones are portable, so wherever you go, so does your business.
Nowadays customers expect to pay by card! No more walking around with large wads of cash or scraping about in your purse for change to give your clients
Here’s how it works:
Make an application to a bank/payment service provider like WorldPay Zinc, Paypal and Intuit for a Merchant Account. (Check around for who are offering the best rates and set up fees) They will need to know your current or projected sales per month. (Make sure you have your business setup as set out in our previous blog)
Request a card reader and download the App to use with the card reader. There will be useful tools in the App to help you manage your account and its transactions.
Some providers offer free readers but you may need to purchase or lease one (approx. £50). The device works by reading your client’s card and asks the cardholder to enter their PIN on the device. The device Bluetooths the information to your phone; then, via the App on your phone, the clients details are sent to your merchant account where the payment is authorised or denied. As long you have an internet connection, you are good to go.
What you need to know:
Most providers charge a set-up fee and you will also be charged for each transaction and in most cases for refunds.
You won’t receive the money from transactions instantly but typically, you can expect for the money to reach your account within a week.
You are not liable for card fraud if you get a chip and pin device versus a chip and sign device. That said, to avoid fraudulent transactions, it does not hurt to ask for identification from your clients before accepting a purchase (you can write this into your terms and conditions )
Ensure your provider is compliant with the global Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). This Authority is designed to protect your business transactions and your customers from fraud. Also ensure you keep customers financial information/receipts locked away safely as you are responsible for protecting their data.
So you can now make your mobile phone work for you and spend less time hassling about cash and more time collecting payments for your services.
Well chances are you know about this because you have seen this because you have looked at some form of social media.
Social media is an inexpensive way to promote yourself or your business.
What is Social Media exactly, well its all those websites and applications that allow you to create and share content (i.e. videos, pictures, words) on a social network. Some of most popular social networks include Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest
So why use Social Media? Well, to put it simply it is all about getting noticed and staying noticed and that is exactly what you want to achieve – newly trained Hook and Latch technician (smiley face)
So here are some tips on how you can use Social Media to promote your business:
Be clear about two things: firstly ask yourself these questions – who do I want to promote to? and what is it that I am offering? – if you know these two things then you know exactly what information/content you want people to see. You want to be sure that your location, contact details, services, client type and your link to website is clear
Upload lots of content: Now that you know what content you want to share and to who- upload loads of it! When it comes to hair, nothing speaks louder than showcasing before and after pictures and video testimonials. You also want to upload anything fun or interesting the company is doing.
Build your Network: find similar friends and people to follow. Remember your network will share your content with their own personal networks. Search for keywords like hair extensions, beauty, hair and beauty makeovers to find new friends and followers. Also search your local and surrounding areas to find customers and or people/bloggers who can link with to help influence sales or promote your business.
Converse with your Network: now that you’ve built a network make sure you converse with your friends and followers. That means give feedback to other posts, answer questions, provide advice, whatever is takes to be seen as someone who is truly interested in their clients. Post conversation starters like for example – ‘Would you rock this hairstyle this fall?’ That way your clients will always come back to site and will always have something to chat about.
Add value to your product or service: Let’s face it, you’ve got competition and so you really need to stand out in the crowd. People love giveaways, so hold competitions, offer discounts and referral programs, create a subscription website in which clients can view video tutorials and offer exclusive deals to regular customers. This is a sure fire way to increase your following or create loyal customers
Stay Current: Hashtag current trends to create interest and draw users to accounts for example #hairextensions
Stay safe: Don’t forget to visit your setting section and outline who can make comments, view your profile, tag you or even connect with you. We know it’s called social media but not everyone is social and Reputation Management will be your own responsibility.
Lastly, I would like to suggest that you get with the times… if you don’t know – you can do all of this from the comfort of your own phone, yup your mobile phone:
When you interview for a new position, much of the conversation focuses on you and how you’d fill the given role and meet the expected qualifications. As a result, you spend a lot of time selling yourself and your skills.
But choosing to take a new job isn’t just about what you will do for the company— it’s also about whether the company is a good fit for your professional goals and day-to-day happiness. You’ll spend roughly 40 hours a week at work, so you need to make sure this job is one in which you’ll flourish.
To find out if a company or role is the right fit, ask these 10 questions.
1. What Are Your Expectations for This Role?
You need to get a sense of what you’re in for with this new position, particularly what will be expected of you during the first three months on the job. “Asking about quarterly goals for the position is key to setting yourself up for success before you even accept an offer,” says Lindsay Shoemake, founder of career lifestyle site That Working Girl. “If your interviewer or potential manager doesn’t seem to provide a clear answer, that might be a red flag that they haven’t set clear expectations for the position.”
A related follow-up: “What is the biggest challenge I would face in this position?”
“Many interviewers will respond to this question by providing you with an honest overview of company politics that will help you to evaluate whether you can succeed,” says Joe Weinlick, senior vice president of marketing for Beyond.com. “If the answer is, ‘You won’t have any challenges,’ beware! There are always challenges, and you may want to dig deeper before accepting a position.”
2. What Personalities Flourish Here?
This question is a must. Most managers can easily identify the type of person who would be successful in their organizations. Their answer will give you a better sense of whether you would be a good fit within the organization, says Jenn DeWall, a certified career and life coach. “It’s best to know this early on versus fighting to fit in and be the type of personality you’re not,” she says.
3. What Personal or Professional Development Opportunities Exist?
Learning about a company’s commitment to development can signal how much the organization values its employees, says Diane Shawe founder of Shortcourses Expert. “For example, there are some organizations that are cleverly looking at ways they can supply Point of Need Training through mobile devices, this means employees can continue to develop whenever and where ever they want with the skills they need right in the palm of their hands.
4. What’s the Typical Career Path for This Position?
“For those who are goal oriented, it’s important to know up front what you’re working toward,” DeWall says. “If you are eager to climb the corporate ladder and develop your resume and an employer indicates there aren’t career advancement opportunities, the position may be a dead end for you and your career goals.”
Definitely something you’d want to know before taking a position that could lead you nowhere—and back on the job hunt in a couple of years.
5. What’s the Company Culture Like?
Whether you’re interested in a job that allows for flex time or you’d like to be able to bring your dog into the office, you need to find out what the company culture is like before you’re hired. DeWall advises asking about the organization’s take on work-life balance and what a typical workday looks like.
Of course, you don’t want to come off as unprofessional, so you might not want to ask straight up about working remotely and whether you’re allowed to dress casually in your first interview, but these key elements might be important to find out if you have an offer in hand.
“By asking about office culture you should get the answers to your questions,” says Erik Bowitz, senior resume expert at Resume Genius. “The ability to dress down and work remotely are valuable benefits for today’s graduates entering the workforce,” and companies are trying to entice the best and brightest with more modern policies.
6. Do You Have a Bonus Program?
“Don’t be bashful about asking about compensation,” Bowitz says. He advises job hunters to get all the details on their pay—from base salary to bonus programs and equity—before accepting an offer, even unofficially or verbally. “Remember you both are bringing value to the table, and so you should never feel lower or disadvantaged being the interviewee.”
Joseph Terach, founder and CEO of Resume Deli, also advises not being shy when asking about benefits, especially how much you’ll have to contribute to medical and dental coverage per month and how the 401(k) vesting and matching programs work. At the end of the day, you’re working to get paid, so you need to be sure the compensation is adequate.
7. Why Do You Like Working Here?
The answer to this question can be quite telling. “This is a good question to ask the interviewer because it’s unexpected and the response can be revealing,” says career consultant Melissa Cooley, founder of The Job Quest. “While most folks will pause before answering because they aren’t anticipating the question—which is a normal reaction—others may stumble all over their words. If an interviewer has a challenging time forming an answer, that’s worth noting.”
Some interviewers may give a boilerplate response when asked about company culture, says Weinlick says. But with this question, you’ll get an immediate emotional and verbal reaction. “If the response tells you the person isn’t excited to go to work, then ask yourself if you are likely to be any different,” he adds. “Ideally, the interviewer will paint a picture of why you would want to work at the company.”
8. What Values Are Important to Your Company?
Getting a sense of the company’s values is extremely important, says Ethan Austin, co-founder of GiveForward: You want to find out whether there’s a common mission or goal that employees collectively work toward—and whether it matches your own values. “If different interviewers give different answers to this question, it’s a red flag to the interviewee that the company is not aligned around a clear mission,” he explains.
John Fleischauer, senior talent attraction manager for Halogen Software, agrees. “What you’re looking for is a response where the interviewer can explicitly communicate, with examples, how the organizational culture is intentionally reinforced across the employee life cycle,” he says. “In other words, if exceptional customer service is a cultural value, the importance of wanting to help or serve clients and meet their needs should be included in all job descriptions as a core competency.”
9. What Do You Think Are the Top 5 Assets of This Company?
This is a bit of a trick question, but the answer will give you further insight about what it might be like to work at the organization and how the company values its personnel.
“One of the responses should be, ‘Employees,’” Cooley says. “If the people who make the products or provide the service are mentioned as an afterthought, or not at all, a candidate should really wonder how that would impact the way the company treats them.”
10. Where Will I Sit?
It might sound silly, but literally seeing the office or cubicle in which you’d spend five days each week is very important for assessing your quality of life at the company. “It’s a mistake not to ask to see where you’ll be sitting: Imagine taking a job only to find out on day one that you’re in a windowless basement,” Terach says. Not the kind of surprise you want, right?
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