Salon Search Party Blog

Salon Search Party is bringing you the latest in salon marketing and website design. Check out our blog to learn some valuable tips and tricks to take your strategies to the next level. And be sure to reach out to our team of experts for additional insight into how to elevate your salon’s marketing and advertising campaigns.

Video Marketing for Your Salon

Video Marketing for Your Salon

If you find yourself wondering how to take your marketing to the next level, video marketing for your salon is a great way to get your name out there and showcase many aspects of your business. Video marketing is a great tool for many kinds of...

Mobile-friendly vs. Responsive Salon Web Design

As a salon owner, you’ve got plenty to think about. Most significantly, keeping your prime real estate—aka your salon chairs—at full occupancy. This, as you know, is not easy. You’ve held promotions, you’ve hosted open houses, you’ve advertised both in print and online. You’ve worked every angle on social media, gone to hair and bridal shows, listed you salon across the web, circulated digital and print coupons and more. But your salon and your talented stylists aren’t getting the attention they deserve. You’ve checked off every box on your marketing to-do list and have no clue as to what you should be doing that you aren’t.

Better Digital Marketing for Salons & Spas

Here at Results Repeat, we know a thing or two about search engine optimization. And, we know how to help businesses of all sizes claim—and maintain—their spot on the first page of Google and other search engines.

We’ll be the first to admit that SEO isn’t ‘rocket science’. However, there is a science to it, and as many business owners will tell you, experiments don’t always have positive results.

Because our mission is, quite bluntly, to save companies and organizations from bad marketing (and blown budgets), we are always seeking more efficient and cost-effective ways to make good marketing accessible. So much so, that we often liken ourselves to Trader Joe’s, a company that successfully commoditized “affordability”.