[VIDEO] How Carolyn turned her ordinary salon into an extraordinary global business

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Carolyn Evans 2When Carolyn Evans bought an ordinary suburban salon in Brisbane a few years ago, she had no idea it would turn into an international consulting business with clients from all over the world.

But that’s the power of the internet – if you seek out the right help, and put it into action. Watch as Carolyn describes how – with help from Worldwide Salon Marketing director of online, George Slater – she not only turned her struggling salon around, but re-invented it completely in the process.

(Hint: before you watch, Google ‘hair health brisbane’ – Carolyn’s various websites and videos totally dominate her market, squeezing out all her competition.)

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FOOTNOTE: In case you missed it, here’s a screenshot of a Google search for ‘hair health brisbane’ – every single listing bar one on Page 1 points to Carolyn’s business.

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About The Author

Greg Milner

Greg Milner, CEO & co-founder. Greg is a writer, marketing consultant, direct response advertising expert and former TV producer. He is ‘on the wrong side of 50’, an enthusiastic but mediocre fisherman and loves messing about in boats. Greg lives with his wife Michelle in the inner city suburb of Mount Hawthorn, and is grateful his four children have survived childhood, grown up and left home.