opens ‘cyber doors’, Australia’s premier online hair, beauty and spa treatment destination, has opened its ‘cyber doors’ for business registrations with a special discount offer for Professional Beauty readers. CEO and co-founder Leila Carey said Professional Beauty readers can register their business on the site for just $50 – rather than the usual $99 – for a “limited time”.
According to Leila, offers salons the opportunity to fill “dead diary space”, maximise profits, attract new clients and increase their online footprint.
“ offers salons, clinics and spas a strong web presence backed by a huge marketing spend,” she said.
“ allows salons to upload available treatments in real-time to a prime female market looking to book treatments online.”
Leila said the site, which will go live in October, will primarily attract clients who have busy lifestyles, aren’t loyal to particular treatments or can’t book into their regular salon as well as domestic and international travellers.
“ is highly desirable to the 25 to 55-year-old female markets,” she said.
“In just three clicks, they can find a specific hair or beauty treatment and view the time, price and salon.”
Leila said traffic to the website will be generated with a strategic marketing campaigns that include advertising on major online beauty destinations such as Vogue and Beautyheaven, publicity campaigns in television, magazines and newspapers, exposure on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, viral campaigns on You Tube and domestic and international tourist campaigns.
“Our website is already averaging around 3000 hits a day and our first You Tube video has already attracted over 7,200 hits in the two weeks that it has launched,” she said.
Leila stressed that the is easy for both salons and clients to use – salons only need internet access and an email address to use the site effectively.
To register your salon on for the special price of $50 or to receive more information, simply go to and enter the promotional code 7763 when signing up.

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