If you are looking for a way to grow your mailing list, look no further than online quizzes. The beauty of putting a quiz on your interior design or home staging website is that it provides an easy and fun way for people to discover their design style, determine whether or not they should hire a stager (spoiler alert: the answer is yes!), and this online quiz makes your business look incredibly profession and forward-thinking.Read More
You are doing a great job on Pinterest if you have at least 15 boards that are highly specific and nicely curated., with a minimum of 50 pins on each.
Pinterest is a search engine more than it is a social platform, so our approach will be different with this platform than with other social media.Read More
Instagram is your core social media platform as an interior designer or home stager, and you should be using 25-30 hashtags on each photo that you post.Read More
Be sure to offer a free gift to anyone who joins your list. (Yep, it's the ol' dangle-the-carrot-in-front-of-the-horse trick, and it works.) For example, you could say, "Join my mailing list and get my list of top 5 furniture resources." It doesn't have to be difficult or complicated.Read More
I met Stephanie on Instagram and was immediately enthralled with her design aesthetic (think pretty rocker chick) and knew I had to interview her on the blog. If you are considering hiring a virtual interior designer or becoming one yourself, this interview is a MUST READ.
Without further ado, meet Stephanie Owens of Paper Moon Interiors.Read More
You don't have time to spend on Facebook and Instagram all day, every day... so don't. By scheduling your posts days to months ahead of time, you can let your marketing run on autopilot while you do what you love best--serve your interior design clients.Read More
As an interior designer, home renovator, or window treatment pro, protecting photos of your work is not only important, it is one of the biggest things you can do to help protect your livelihood.Read More
Does your website WORK for you? While it should definetly look pretty, be mobile-friendly, and showcase your work, it should also capture the email address of ANYONE who visits your site.Read More
As an interior designer, remodeler, or window treatments pro, you don't have time to hop on Facebook everyday to interact with your fans (and seriously, who DOES have time?). Wouldn't it help if you could schedule your posts (links, text, and photos) ahead of time?Read More
Because what you do as an interior designer or window treatment professional is completely client-facing, it's important that your mailing list becomes familiar with your pretty face. Familiarity builds trust, trust builds relationships, and relationships build your client roster.Read More