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Twitter: What are Salons Chirping About

Kelly Ehlers | January 7, 2014 | 11:49 AM

Make. A. Change! It's a New Year and if your number one resolution is to get on Twitter, we can help.

If you're not yet using Twitter for your salon, or you're just a little bit scared to fly on in, here’s a refresher to help you understand why utilizing this platform can help you start conversations and potentially reach a whole new audience.

So whatcha waiting for? Go ahead, watch our intro video, and get to twerking (it's not what you think). 








At Evoke Brand Strategies we develop digital, social media and mobile strategies for salon professional, beauty and luxury brands. As branding and public relations veterans, yet early adopters of all things digital and social media, we understand the importance of creating measurable, buzz-worthy campaigns that generate bottom-line results. #evokebrands #evokesocial #salonsocialmedia #spasocialmedia 

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