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There are plenty of beautiful people in Bournemouth and plenty of sumptuous salons and spas. There are also lots of mobile therapists – some busy mums, fitting appointments around the school run, some experienced therapists who want the freedom of running their own business.

Want to know how to get more reviews and testimonials for your beauty or hair business? We work with HolliePower.com.

As the owner of two successful beauty businesses, Hollie Power knows a thing or two about filling up that appointment book. She’s used the latest digital marketing techniques to triple the size of her spa, up its turnover 20-fold and design her own tanning, nail and skincare ranges.

As owner of the Forever Gorgeous Spa at the Queens Hotel in Bournemouth, she won Employer of the Year at the Dorset Venus Awards, doubled the size of the spa and kept the appointments book full-to-bursting. The Beauty Project was the natural next step, helping talented therapists go mobile with full training and support.

Now she’s waving her magic wand to help beauty businesses with marketing – www.holliepower.com is full of inspirational videos, blogs and beauty tips, and a free eBook, which you can download from www.7salonsuccesssecrets.com.

In the above video, Hollie discusses ways to increase your reviews on Facebook, Google Places and TripAdvisor to improve your standing in your marketplace.

“With the skills of a marketer and the expert touch of a beauty professional. It’s possible to create a thriving, profitable business even in this unstable economy. And I have worked out how through my own trial and errors, I have implemented everything I have learnt from every seminar I’ve attended, book I’ve read and experience I have had,” she said.




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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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