Learn how to hire the right people or give your current admissions and instructors the tools they need to build your school’s brand and showcase to your students you live what you teach.
Watch the replay as our very own co-founder Chris Linford talks about social media formulas for success with Erin Kuhn at Qnity, who talks about Qnity’s curriculum all about managing finances as a beauty professional.
With more than 400 million users, the opportunities Instagram has opened up for stylists and other beauty professionals are huge. Ready to use Instagram to find new clients and build your future business? Let’s get started!
Curious about how to best use the Reels feature for your beauty business? We’re here to help! Here’s a quick rundown of how Reels work, how to create, edit, and upload them, and how to create video content that your audience will love.
Want to know the secret behind user-generated content? Learn how you can utilize your current students to build your school’s social media strategy.
Instagram recently released Reels, which are very similar to TikTok’s video format. But, which one should you actually be using? Here are the differences between the two!
We know that most, if not all, businesses were impacted by the coronavirus. Here’s the impact it had on beauty schools and what we learned about marketing during this time.
The Missing Curriculum: How Teaching Social Media Marketing Creates Success for Schools and Students
Teaching beauty school students social media marketing skills is invaluable. Here are some of the benefits to your beauty school by providing the education your students need.
If you’re a beauty school owner or a beauty school student, Instagram should be part of your marketing strategy. Here are 5 Instagram trends for 2020 to incorporate into your own feed!
As a beauty professional, it’s likely that your business has been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Download this guide for 50 things you can do to improve your business at home. Your future self with thank you!