Boost your salon marketing with E-Blast

The NEW E-blast feature from Professional Beauty’s MySalonNewsletter is designed to boost your profits and take your salon email marketing to the next level, whilst saving you time and enhancing your professional image.

E-blast lets you email your clients with professionally written and designed promotions, loyalty vouchers and special offers throughout the month. It’s the perfect solution to fill your empty appointments and to book up your quiet days and off peak times with just the click of a button.

Imagine it’s Friday and you’re looking at your appointment bookings for the coming Tuesday, only to discover the day is barely half booked… Naturally your overheads and staff still have to be paid even if they’re sitting around between appointments. E-blast lets you send a profitable promotion specifically for ‘that Tuesday’ in minutes. Simply choose your promotion; edit the text if you wish, click send and then just sit back and wait for the phone to ring - it really is that simple!

Here’s what salons have to say about E-blast:

“I sent two e-blasts in June featuring a special treatment voucher and made £3,580 from this promotion alone! I will definitely be sending E-blasts now in addition to our monthly e-newsletter - it’s fantastic and so easy to send.” Jason Hayward, Saks Hair & Beauty, Birmingham.

Charli Payne, Halo Beauty & Tanning, Chafford Hundred, Essex, commented: “In May we used E-blast to promote our Dermalogica Skin Bar event - the day was such a success that we decided to hold another event for Fake Bake in June. E-blast is brilliant for promoting our salon events.”

To try E-blast FREE without obligation, visit and click the 14 Day Trial.

If you’re new to email marketing and want to learn more about the benefits for your salon or want to learn how to optimise your current activities, the MySalonNewsletter team will be doing a Q&A session about the latest developments in Salon Email Marketing at the Networking Bar at Professional Beauty North on 14-15 October 2012.

Click here to register for your free ticket and save £20 admission fee.