By Kelly Ehlers | Updated: 09/26/2014 2:10:00 PM
Staying on edge is key to running a successful business whether it’s product, service or social. It’s time to up your ante on Instagram, and we’ve got five cool tricks to show you how.
By Kelly Ehlers | Updated: 09/22/2014 4:17:00 PM
Last up on our Social Media Sizing Guide, Pinterest. Your salon is every guest’s go-to guide for beauty. Pinterest should be an extension of the assistance and inspiration you give to every guest. A place to showcase guest transformations, depict visions of upcoming hair trends, and how-to articles for all the latest styles. As a professional it’s important that your brand and your image portrays your exceptional level of service and skill. Optimizing your visual portfolio will help you portray that professionalism and make your pins stand out.
By Kelly Ehlers | Updated: 09/16/2014 4:38:00 PM
From street style to front row, we had a new favorite guest this year at NYFW! Hyperlapse, the latest app release from Instagram, was all the rage this season at New York Fashion Week and it is not hard to believe. Hyperlapse allows even the most amateur videographer to produce one of these cinematic clips. The user-friendly app available on iPhone and iPad easily records and converts your video to a time-lapse effect that is ‘Insta’ ready to post. We’re positive even the very novice among us can create the most flawless video.
By Kelly Ehlers | Updated: 09/12/2014 4:59:00 PM
While sizing matters across all platforms, YouTube really is the visual king in the social world. Make sure you aren’t missing the mark when it comes to putting out the ‘crème de la crème’ of content.
By Kelly Ehlers | Updated: 08/29/2014 2:06:00 PM
No matter the platform, your photo quality is important. It’s the only way your audience can “see” you through a computer screen, so choosing the right photo in the right quality is the best visual impression you can give them!
By Kelly Ehlers | Updated: 08/28/2014 3:47:00 PM
Eden Sassoon is spearheading the Water2Women campaign run by The Thirst Project in order to provide fresh water to women in developing countries.