Lice Expert Pam Skinner Shares 4 Biggest Mistakes For Women Starting A Mobile Lice Business
New School Of Lice Online Boot Camp Shows The Best Way To Start A Successful Mobile Lice Business
1. Using Marginal Products The special concern for mobile lice professionals is that they typically only get one shot. If they leave and their customer is immediately reexposed (by the same person who gave it to them in the first place!), the customer is upset, writes a poor review, or demands the technician come back and retreat for free. The solution: use an excellent all natural treatment product like Coco Loco All Natural Leave-In Lice Treatment. It destroys hatched lice beautifully.
2. They Aren't Experienced Expert Combers - very often, their only experience is treating their own kids, a few times. They assume they 'know how to do it'. The solution: School Of Lice Online Boot Camp for Mobile Lice Professionals. You not only receive access to extensive technique tutorials, and the Business Start Up Guide...you also receive The Pro Nit Practice Kit. The kit contains all the necessary tools and products, and even a mannequin head to practice and follow along the tutorials. The more you practice, the more confident and successful you will be.
3. They Don't Know How To Market To School PTA's. The problem: most public schools aren't allowed to 'promote' a business, and will not accept your brochures. There are a couple 'tricks' that help you to be welcomed, even featured as a guest speaker at your local schools. The solution: the School Of Lice Online Boot Camps teaches you how to get your business featured on every school website in your district. (Hint: it took us 5 years to crack the code on that!).
4. Their Website Is Poor. It is amazing how many lice business websites are not compatible with mobile devices. Research on ideal websites has shown that people prefer clean websites with easy navigation. The solution: the School Of Lice Online Boot Camp offers students links to pictures, forms, videos, and everything they need to have a dynamic website that attracts customers.
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