People are outdoors, enjoying the summer. It's the perfect time to grow your clientele.
Here are 3 quick tips to get more clients for your spa this summer.
While routines get many people through the winter, summer is the time to try things that are fresh and unfamiliar. Of course, whether it's ordering at a favorite restaurant, or trying a new service at a spa, it's hard to choose the new thing over the tried-and-true.
So why not your clients a chance to try something new, while also enjoying their favorite service?
Enter summer packages. This is a perfect opportunity to pair your most popular services with some of your newer offerings, ones that haven't had time to catch on yet.
Combine several services into one package, at a price that is irresistible to your ideal client, and you can increase your revenue in two ways:
"Staycation" became a popular term after the 2007-2008 financial crisis, but after the economy largely recovered, the concept of the staycation remained.
Whether from thrift or simply a renewed appreciation for home, many Americans seem to be happy spending more of their summer days within driving distance of home, with one twist.
They want to have "vacation" experiences in their hometown. That's good news for spas, of course.
So how do you attract the "staycationer?" Here are a few quick ideas.
Yes, that's right. A selfie station.
What gets shared more than anything, besides adorable cats, online? Selfies of course.
So why not let your clients do your advertising for you. Just provide an area with a nice background, perhaps some fun props and a selfie stick, and an incentive to share their selfies and tag your spa.