As a busy hair professional, your work in the summer is likely to heat up. If you join our FHI Heat Pro Commission Program, you can enjoy some time at the beach or pool in the summer, while your social media accounts make you some extra cash. There are many tips and tricks you can use to unlock a 24/7 stream of revenue and let your social media accounts make some passive income, while you manage your salon or give yourself some well-deserved ‘you’ time.
How to sign up for the FHI Heat Pro Commission Program
If you have 3 minutes, then you have a way to make passive income while you are going about your daily grind. It only takes 3 minutes to sign up for the FHI Heat Pro Commission Program, and our team will approve you within 2 working days. Once you are part of the program, you are eligible to receive 30% of all sales from products or tools that your clients purchase using your special code. The orders themselves are fulfilled in our warehouse, so you have no need to pack up and ship anything. All you have to do is get your clients to our site, and FHI Heat will do the rest!
What platforms should I use?
There are several ways to get information to your clients, and you can make all of these social media channels work for you. Instagram and Instagram Business profiles are lucrative ways to get your message out, and you can easily link your special code to sell your FHI Heat products to create a personal revenue stream. Other platforms include your salon blog, your Facebook page, your Twitter account, your Pinterest account, and even YouTube videos. Don’t discount emailing and texting, as you likely have their personal information to remind them of upcoming appointments. Any way you can get your special code to your clients is another chance for you to earn your 30% commission.
Provide help and education
You do need to invest a little time into this side gig, but if you are a dynamic stylist to start with, these are things you are probably already doing anyway. You can’t just connect your FHI Heat link on your social media platforms and expect people to flock to you and buy products using your code. One way that you can gain the trust of your clients and make your social media sites more interactive is by providing help and education. For instance, tutorials about the merits of Neo’Bond and the way it protects your hair would be a great piece of advice for your clients and also draw them to your site. Likewise, you could create a YouTube video showcasing how to use our Tourmaline Ceramic Pro Hair Curler. You know your clients best. Finding a great way to connect with them will lead to more commission when they order an FHI Heat product.
Post product pictures and engaging content
One way you can drive people to your site is by posting product pictures and having engaging content. Before-and-after photos are always popular, and could showcase the products your clients could purchase from FHI Heat, as well as the way these products could be used. By linking to pictures of our Platform Plus Curve Pro Styler or the Elite Professional Series Accelerate 2200 Hair Dryer, as well as pictures of how they are used, you will be showcasing both your skills as a stylist and the way your clients can help themselves at home.
Other engaging content could include client testimonials and blogs that showcase a certain client, hair style, or product. Your creativity is the key to your success here. Any way that you can use product pictures and other types of interesting content to draw your clients to your site, will expose them to all of the wonderful FHI Heat products that they can enjoy and benefit from in the comfort of their own homes.
Use scheduling tools and software tools
It is important that you let your social media accounts work for you, and that you lean in to all the attributes that will make your life easier. It is not realistic to think that you will be able to post life-giving content every single day, but by using the scheduling tools (even your email account has this feature!) you will be able to knock out a chunk of posts and/or emails at the same time, freeing you up later in the week to work or play. If you want to take it a step further, use a tool like Falcon or Loomly to make the most of your social media account while also giving you some much needed free time. If you want people to read and interact with your posts, then you need to post them when there is a lot of traffic. Scheduling posts and studying the nuances of what works best are both great tricks to increase traffic to your site.
Every time you make a post and create a connection with a client, you are upping your chances that they will order an FHI Heat product from your link. You will personally receive a generous 30% cut from each tool or product they purchase, and the best part about that is that you can be “busy” enjoying the beach or the pool when this happens. Since FHI Heat does all the heavy lifting for you, you do not need to store any inventory or mail it out to your clients who purchased it. With our Pro Commision Program, you will be able to make some side cash while living your best life in the pool, at the beach, or behind your stylist chair!
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