Get beauty blogging tips to hit those sales goals every month.

Why is the 1000-word blog post so popular? When it comes to beauty blogging, shorter is the better way to go. The bulk of beauty lovers prefer high-quality images, magazine stories, and products mixed into the text.

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Many writers use the longer format to appeal to Google. Those types of beauty bloggers do not think about their readers. They focus too much on keywords and too little on their target audience. A month into their blogging journey, they ask the question, “Why am I not making sales?”

When to Cut It Short, and When to Add Some More Words

The beauty industry is a dense jungle full of similar brands. Learn how to make sales and be a successful beautypreneur.

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Learning how to make sales starts with reaching your target audience. Imagine being stuck in the middle of the ocean on a boat. While you have the tools necessary to escape the situation, no one taught you how to sail. Think of the ocean as the beauty industry.

Nobody ever taught you how to run a business. As a new entrepreneur, there is a lot to learn. My goal is to give you the resources upfront with no fluff. I am not here to beat around the bush. …

Small business owners have dozens of jobs to do in their company’s infancy. For first-time business owners, the number of tasks seems overwhelming. When is it time to reinvest in your beauty business?

It’s a matter of knowing when to take profits and when to put those profits back in. New businesses should focus on growing. To do so, reinvesting profits is the #1 way.

In this article, we will talk about the following:

  1. Outsourcing Tasks
  2. Investing in Ads
  3. Tools to Automate Your Beauty Business
  4. SEO’s Time-Saving Eventuality
Reminder: Businesses are not immediately profitable. You have to reinvest to grow.
Reminder: Businesses are not immediately profitable. You have to reinvest to grow.
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As I talk about reinvesting, I want to use personal experience. I…

Any Instagram business owner asks this question. How do you turn leads into paying customers?

I used my IG business account to ask beauty businesses to share their thoughts. Everyone wanted to know the same thing. How do you go from leads to customers?

I started using Instagram to grow my business in March 2020. Yes, I started in the thick of the COVID-19 disaster, but I’ve been growing steadily.

Destiny Vaughan Instagram profile
Destiny Vaughan Instagram profile

If you run an Instagram business, you are in the right spot. I share everything that I learn for free to help business owners. Let’s talk about customer conversion down below.

What Exactly Is a Potential Lead on Instagram?

Hosting an Instagram giveaway seems intimidating, but I promise that it is fun! The skincare industry has a lot of tough competition. To be seen, you have to stand out from other skin care businesses.

Hosting an IG giveaway is one of the easiest ways to get new followers and turn yourself into a successful business woman. Many new beautypreneurs turn to social media to advertise their products.

Advertising on social media is an excellent idea! If you want a streamlined way to get new customers, your Instagram business profile is the way to go.

Hard-working entrepreneurs need a target audience to make their business successful. Instagram search is a social media tool to do the research and find the ideal customer.

Entrepreneurs on Instagram know that they have a product to sell, but the real question is this:

“Who are you selling it to?”

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Create a Persona for Your Ideal Customer

Ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Who is my ideal customer?
  2. Why do they need my product?
  3. What problems…

Recently, I came across Pureauty Naturals Biotin Hair Serum. After a short talk with their brand’s agent, they sent me a free product to try. That was exciting!

I love trying new hair products, and I love the opportunity to help others find the right hair products.

Let me start by saying this:

My hair is my baby. I don’t let anyone touch it. I cut it myself, style it; and I pick all of the best products.

My hair’s health means a lot to me. I probably take better care of my hair than I take care of my…

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So, you chose to run an Instagram business, and now you need help.

Don’t worry! Growing your business takes a bit of work, but it’s possible.

Social media marketing is vital for an IG business to succeed. I’ll walk you through the steps and help you find your groove.

Let’s get started.

How to Use Instagram for Business

In 2020, having an online presence is dire. Millions of people use social media, and that is the easiest way to get reach.

In this blog, I discuss the best way to get noticed on Insta, how to treat your followers, and tips for increasing engagement. On top of giving advice, I tell you how to take action.

This is a space to learn something new. Teaching beauty business owners how to use Instagram is my absolute pleasure. I want to point out your bad habits and how to fix them. Are you ready? Let’s get started.

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Insta Success: Doing What You Do Takes Guts

That’s okay! You…

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Starting an Insta beauty business is an anxious venture. You are scared, skeptical, and don’t know where to start. What if I told you that thousands of others are in your shoes?

Instagram is a great social media to market your new business. Trending at $532.43 billion in 2017, starting an Insta beauty business is more relevant than ever. Through Instagram, you get increased engagement compared to Twitter, Facebook, and other sites.

Social media is free and effective for business marketing. Being successful in the cosmetics and fashion industry takes more than posting on Insta. …

Destiny Vaughan

Informative posts for beauty brands to make their mark on Instagram.

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