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What’s all the Yelping About?

Yelp has succeeded in displaying very well in Google searches, meaning those reviews are important! Your job is to  keep on top of those reviews. If possible, get some of your best clients (and friends!) to write reviews about their positive experiences at your suite. A little effort can go a long way.

Yelp is a great tool for that potential first client researching youyelpr business. If you don’t already have a Yelp page for your suite, create one here: Claim your Yelp listing and enhance your profile by adding hours, great photos and a link to your website. Yelp has additional tools for business owners so you can create a special offer, message your customers and reply to reviews. Make it a habit to check in on Yelp every once in a while. Highlight a glowing review or address a dissatisfied customer. 10 % of Yelp listings are in the  beauty and wellness industry.

Yelp’s appeal is that it delivers search results that are enhanced by the easy to recognize STAR system. When on a mobile device, this star system views very prominently. In this fast society we live, that may be enough to entice someone to give you a call. It’s a known fact that people who check on a business on Yelp are ready to buy.

Consider becoming a Yelper! This will help you understand how the Yelp system works. It may also entice you to yelp about some of your favorite businesses.

“Having my own business and private suite has been life changing. I work the hours my clientele requires with their hectic schedules. Early or late we accommodate!”

-Debra MacArthur, Hair Designs by Debra, Palatine Suite 106



“My clients love the intimate atmosphere in the professional setting.”

-Carla Vaccaro, Carla Marie Salon, Elk Grove Village, Suite 102

Carla Marie Salon

“My salon is a beautiful, intimate space where you can come, relax and leave looking & feeling beautiful.”

-Lisa Jacobson, Salon Allure, Palatine Suite 103