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5 Things Recommended for Beauty Marketing // WEEZLE

We have had a total of 15+ beauty clients from beauty products, shampoos, state stores, cosmetology, barbers, botox, med spas, dermatologists, and even beauty personal brands like actors, models, agents, etc.

Top 5 things Chat GPT recommended for beauty marketing (in yellow)

We update what we have done in each field ourselves that have really helped grow our beauty clients online.

  1. Social Media Marketing: Social media is a crucial component of any beauty industry marketing strategy. Platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube provide the perfect visual medium to showcase products and services, and reach a wide audience. Influencer marketing is particularly effective in the beauty industry, so partnering with influencers who have a large following in your niche can help increase brand awareness and drive sales. Social Media Marketing in the Beauty industry is just as important, if not more important than your online store itself.. which I hardly ever say. When you are a brand that is more focused on the lifestyle, you have to prove it. Walk the walk. Show how to apply. Show your mission daily. Show that you are human. Finding people who can do this for you is crucial. That is why multi level marketing works so well around this industry is because honestly it doesn't really matter about the product, but more about the face that is selling it. Make it easy to find "the call to actions" for products on your social media or shop features, so that you don't miss out on any opportunity.

  2. Email Marketing: Email marketing is a great way to keep your customers engaged and informed about new products, promotions, and events. Use email campaigns to offer exclusive deals, share helpful tips, and keep customers up-to-date on the latest industry trends. Email marketing is great when you have a lot of subscribers. So once again, focused around your social media and community presence. Hint hint, how Kylie Jenner sold so much of her make-up product. This goes for med spas, personalities, any beauty product, etc. as they all need a big presence to build a subscribers list. You can have the best emails, but when you send them to nobody... what is the point. I agree with this statement form GPT in the sense of email campaigns need a purpose and just one mission so it isn't confusing or worse... flagged. Be the expert and educate as much as you can about your product, how to videos, or expert knowledge stuff.

  3. Content Marketing: Providing valuable and educational content is an effective way to establish your brand as a trusted authority in the beauty industry. Content marketing can include blog posts, video tutorials, infographics, and social media posts that offer tips and advice on skincare, makeup, and haircare. Being trusted is once again one of the most important missions behind marketing. Since foreign scams don't invest too much into marketing and pretending they are real... it is hard to fake, even with these AI tools that make it so easy. Side note, I'm even showing you an example of what to do. Never post just AI articles as these are flagged for plagiarism or biased. Give your opinion along side as I am doing here and also give them credit when they write you these beautiful prompts.

  4. Events and Pop-Ups: Hosting events and pop-up shops can help you connect with customers and create a memorable brand experience. Consider hosting a launch party for a new product, or offering mini-makeovers and consultations at a pop-up shop to generate buzz and attract new customers. A launch party for the beauty industry is a great idea to either test the products specifically or to help educate your brand in person. Get as much information from these people as possible without being creepy. The mall kiosk concept isn't the purpose here. The purpose is to approach people that are first interested in actually what you are selling.

  5. Personalization: Personalization is a key trend in the beauty industry, and offering customized products and services can help you stand out from the competition. Use customer data to create personalized recommendations and targeted promotions, and offer tailored product recommendations based on skin type, hair type, and other factors. Being niche specific is important to your overall brand, overall product, and/or overall campaign to not just track your ROI, but also so you can make a lot of money on a very specific group of people. I have example after example of people finding their niche when they start working with us, even though they all say "I want to tailor to everyone" as a failing business. You can grow to that eventually, but at least month to month, day to day, you will have to be specific to just understand your low-hanging fruit.

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