How To Make Your Clients Remember You


Joy Klohonatz will be showing how to customize cards for your salon teams and clients. She emphasizes how they can remember getting a card more than just a simple thank you, and how that makes them feel special and appreciated. Small gestures like this stand out to clients to give them a pleasant and memorable experience at your salon. With Send Out Cards, you can create calendars that remind you to send out a card for employees’ and clients’ birthdays, hiring anniversaries, and much more.

Find out how to get organized with your outgoing cards. Send Out Cards will mail them for you. All you have to do is log onto their site and create a custom card; if you’re in a hurry, go with one that is standard and they will still do the sending for you.

Join us on May 24th and learn how to really stand out to your clients!

About the trainer

Salontraining.com is committed to enriching the beauty industry through the power of continuing education. We like to make sure that our classes are accessible to members, so each month we host up to 4 free classes, which are taught and sponsored by industry leading trainers. During the month of June, we have the pleasure of working with Bonnie Bonadeo, Derek Hull, and Lyle Leads. Each of these expert trainers donates their time and talents to give back to the Salontraining community so our members can learn valuable skills that they can carry with them into their careers. With their help, we aim to provide free course content that can benefit beauty professionals of every experience level.
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This class was so worth it. I just signed up to start using sending out cards. (You can find them in our vender store area). I wasn't sure at first how incredible we can make before and after photo's of our clients look on a card for them to keep, and this was an amazing idea that works. Marketing is so important to business and I have to say what I learned in this class was way more valuable then I thought the class was going to be.