Marketing Expert Tarsha Beavers Publishes New Blog About Marketing At The Point Of Need

Tarsha Beavers, founder of Doll Face Marketing, a marketing company, writes about offering your services as a solution to a potential customer’s problem.

Annapolis, MD – January 26, 2010 – Tarsha Beavers, founder of Doll Face Marketing, a marketing company, recently published a blog post on her website ( about how stylists can market their business as a solution to a problem. The blog post, titled “Think Outside the Marketing Box,” delves into ways professional hairstylists can offer their services as a solution the moment people realize they have a need.

Tarsha Beavers writes, “The key with this marketing plan is to be where the need arises. What better way to capitalize on future customers than in the moment?”

Doll Face Marketing specializes in helping professional hairstylist and salon owners put more profit in their pocket and elevate themselves among the elite, savvy, successful business owners. They help clients market their business effectively to reach their ultimate potential.

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About Tarsha Beavers:

Tarsha Beavers is an author, advisor, coach, consultant, speaker and women’s advocate. Also known as The Mane Lady she is recognized as an expert in the field of hair extensions and hair enhancements. Tarsha’s incredible knowledge of the beauty industry, marketing, creating multiple streams of income and knowing how to implement great strategies, gave birth to Doll Face Marketing a company specializing in the training and development of hairstylist and salon owners.

Tarsha’s goal is to help you achieve your goals faster and easier that you ever imagined. Tarsha shows ordinary businesses and professionals in the beauty industry how to become extraordinary; teaching you think like an entrepreneur, help you capitalize on your target market and prepare you with the tools and mindset to dominate your market.

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