The year is finally coming to an end, and what a year it has been. The Business Hacks blog was launched in April, and we’ve since then published 59 blog posts. The blog has covered a bunch of relevant topics for small businesses in the UK, from revenue management to marketing hacks and customer loyalty strategies. And this is just the start…
2015: A year of man buns, beards and tons of other new beauty trends. It was also the year we launched the Business Hacks Health & Beauty, just in time for Movember 2015. Since then, we’ve provided you guys with the latest tips on how to grow you health & beauty business. And we’re just getting started. Continue reading Thanks, 2015
Turning fans into clients: How to market yourself on Facebook
Have you completed the first five steps? Good for you, but now it’s time to take your Facebook strategy even further! Get ready for the next five tips.
Okay, so you’ve finished the first part of our PR hacks? Good! But you’re not quite ready yet. Here’s the second part and final 8 hacks!
SEO means the world for small businesses these days. But most searches these days are local and mobile. Is your web presence prepared for that shift in online behavior?
PR is about so much more than sending press releases to a newspaper. Many small restaurant and café owners tend to view PR as something fluffy and intangible. Others want it desperately, but they don’t know where to begin.
Yeah, sure, both Twitter and Instagram are great social channels for promoting your hair salon. But when it comes to finding potential customers for your salon, Facebook is probably the best social media channel by far. Facebook is cost-effective, easy to use, and has a massive user base. This combination is probably impossible to beat. Continue reading Turning fans into clients: How to reach the right audience on Facebook (part 1)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website on non-paid search engine result pages. And we all know what that means, right? Yup. Making sure potential customers actually can find you online.
We’ve all seen them. We all know one of them. Those long-haired men with pony tails a.k.a man buns. The man bun trend has spread like a plague all over the UK in the last few years, but unlike a plague, millions won’t die from it – not even hairdressers. We’ve listed five reasons on how hairdresser actually can profit from the man bun trend.
Sure, trends can sometimes seem a bit crazy. But don’t underestimate the latest food fashion − being trendy in the kitchen may also mean that you can charge more for your food.