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    I am the owner of 2 online hair extensions lines.

    One is a higher end product that is geared for the luxury market and the other is a competitively prices for the general market.

    I currently advertise for both lines in one of Australia’s most popular hair trade magazines so I’ve have success with B2B sells, some of my products are out of the box ready so id like to start doing B2C sells.

    My social media following is okay for 6 months of advertising, putting a monthly spend on advertising, but it isn’t leading to anything. Social media is of course very important so I will continue to invest time into it.

    I have spoke with a few small business mentors but this is a strange niche market so unfortunately I haven’t found anyone that could help me, yet. If you feel like you would be interested in this project please feel free to contact me.

    I am looking for someone who has a proven track record in B2C sells, hair extension knowledge is not required I can teach you everything you need to know.

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    I’m not sure if I can help, but here’s a little about me:


    Paul – FS Concierge
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    Hi and welcome,

    I have a customer that has a 10 person business selling teeth whitening kits around the world.

    Awesome business and they are smashing it.


    Their main focus is driving people who have bought their kit to Instagram to “show off” their new whiter teeth.

    This provides social proof and deeper trust so it is an avenue I would highly recommend along with thinking about how to develop brand ambassadors and local influencers.

    I didn’t know about [USER=60116]@eatyourveggies[/USER] business until I read the above post but can say that the advice he gives on Flying Solo is spot on.


    Warren Cottis
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    B2C and B2B are the same but different… dur

    The biggest mistake you’ll make is sending both to the same website

    http://manhattancouture.com.au/ … Is this the website you’re proposing?

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