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Small Business Insight

What App Do You Use For Your Salon Scheduler?

The Clover point of sale system has been around long enough to build an enthusiastic and loyal following. It offers a number of features for small businesses, such as fast and easy payment processing, payroll management and sales analytics. The system also offers specialized apps for various business needs, including salon scheduling. If you own a small salon or are just opening a new one, the Clover Salon Scheduler application will work well for you. Plus, you get to take advantage of their POS system as well.

Loyalty for Barbershops

As a local barber shop, your business depends on service. It's hard to get more one-on-one than the privilege of styling your customers' hair. Many people become loyal to a barber because of how the shop makes them feel. Often that means they are comfortable, enjoy the experience of getting a haircut, and like the final product.

But every small business needs a bit of a boost. Loyalty programs formalize the relationship you already have with your customers. You reward those who come in often and tell their friends about you. You can show this appreciation in multiple ways, all of which make your customers want to continue to rely on your for their best look.

Salon Scheduler For Hair Salons

Beauty salons can be hectic places, with customers coming in for appointments and others making appointments for the future, buying products and paying their bills. If your salon is like most, a handful of people handle all of these functions on any given day. Wouldn't it be nice to have an automatic assistant that could handle many of these routine, but essential, tasks for you? That's exactly what Salon Scheduler can do.

EBT – Why You Should Take It

Each year, the United States government issues nearly $100 billion to EBT programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). EBT makes it easy and secure for beneficiaries to purchase essential goods, including food and garden supplies. On average, SNAP beneficiaries receive $126 per month.

If your business doesn't accept EBT, then you're potentially losing thousands of dollars in revenue every month. Learn how to start taking EBT so you can grow your customer base and increase your profits.

Inside Sales Call Centers

Although businesses currently thrive in a highly digital world, many customers still prefer to pick up the phone when they're in need of assistance.

Call centers provide a level of support that email and live chat cannot always achieve, which is why many call centers are still going strong -- especially when it comes to sales.