Marketing for a Tattoo Parlor

Marketing for a Tattoo Parlor

When marketing for a Tattoo Parlor, here are some tips to follow to ensure that you stay shoulders above your competition: 1. Embrace Society: Sales is a game of numbers. The more people who know about what you do, the more your chances of increasing your customer base. For one, you could apply the use of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by getting involved in some charitable events. It is not just the exclusive reserve of large organizations. This strategy would see more people in your immediate environment see your business in a good light. For members of the society who still view tattoo parlors as a seedier aspect of the past, such charitable activities would win them over for sure.

Most importantly, this simple once in a month event would not only be spread by word of mouth, planning for it is a breeze. Unless you've been living under a rock, it is common knowledge that tattoos have become more mainstream than it was in the past



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Become the Cleaning Contractor for a Tattoo Shop

Become the Cleaning Contractor for a Tattoo Shop

That’s If just a tiny bit of an unfriendly germ gets in one of those holes, that’s enough to cause an infection in that new wound. Because it’s a new wound and blood’s rushing around in there like crazy, the germ might be able to spread easier. That’s why OSHA has specific regulations for tattoo shops and artists and how clean they need to keep things. Where Do You Come In? A big part of following the rules set by OSHA rests on the artist, of course. Needles come in sealed and sterile packs. If the seal on those packs is broken, it’s up to the artist to toss them and get a different one.

So here’s the part you need to know: Those chairs need to be sterile from top to bottom



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