Groupon for Hair & Beauty Salons

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Groupon for Hair & Beauty Salons

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This Discount Coupon service is undoubtedly a massive success for Groupon – the suitability of Groupon for Hair & Beauty Salons is discussed on hundreds of forums across the internet.

Listed below are the potential advantages & disadvantages of Groupon for salons. We also provide suggestions and examples of the best way to offer Salon Discount Vouchers to attract new clients.

 

Groupon for salons – the Advantages

  • Groupon is enormously popular
  • Groupon vouchers can be sold in massive numbers

Groupon for salons – the Disadvantages

  • The minimum discount may be as high as 50%
  • The money received has to be shared with Goupon leaving you with as little as 25% of the value
  • Too many vouchers can be sold putting your salon under terrible financial pressure

A better way to use Discount Vouchers to attract new salon clients

With a salon Guru website you can create and mange your own salon Discount Voucher and it gives you total control of the number sold and the discount given. You can also end the offer at any time or vary it to work better for your salon.

Examples of using Discount Vouchers to attract new salon clients.

A chain of 4 salons in Liverpool in the UK offered a salon discount voucher to target Students in their area. Almost 1,500 vouchers were downloaded in 2 months.

A salon in Northampton in the UK offered a 50% discount voucher for new clients. in less than 3 months the voucher was downloaded 318 times by new clients.

 

Running your own New Client coupon or voucher scheme is by far the best option.

But, if you want to use a service like Groupon, then our advice is to carry out lots of research into salons in your area that have used the service – what works for a Restaurant or Hotel may not work for your salon.

Creating a Groupon Deal is very straightforward – enter your information using the 1st link below and a Groupon Sales Person will contact you.

 



Tags: salon marketing

Article by : Philip Evans