We love promoting your portfolio images and business on our Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest & Twitter pages. And we've been asked by many of you, "How do I get featured?" While we can't guarantee that you'll get featured by following these steps, they are the requirements we look for when promoting one of our awesome businesses.
Be a Vagaro Customer
We only feature businesses that are currently on Vagaro. If you're not signed up with Vagaro, Try it Free for 30 Days.
Take Pictures of Your Work
To feature your business on social media, we need a photo to post! Photograph your finished work and remember our Portfolio Image Tips while taking the photo. Simple things to remember are: keep the background simple (like a wall or texture), use natural or "soft" looking light, and only upload photos that showcase your work and belong to you.
Upload Images to your Vagaro Portfolio
Upload your photos to your portfolio in your Vagaro account. Make sure you're uploading a high-resolution image; if the image is low-resolution it will not be featured. The photos you upload into your portfolio will be showcased on your listing page regardless if the image was approved or denied to be featured on the Vagaro gallery.
Get Your Image Approved
If you followed all the portfolio guidelines, chances are your image is now approved and featured on the Vagaro gallery in your area. Once your image is approved, we will pin and feature it on one of our Pinterest boards. The pins to our Pinterest board are linked to your Vagaro account, which helps customers find your business and book an appointment or class with you. From there, our team picks the images that fit best with our social media brand and style.
If your image is selected to be featured, we post it on our Instagram, Facebook & Twitter pages. We always do our best to tag you and your business' Instagram and Facebook accounts, but sometimes they can be hard to find. To ensure that you get attributed, fill out your social links in your Vagaro profile. This will lead us directly to your social media accounts.
We collect customer images over time and post them when we feel the image fits best with our social media feed. Unfortunately, we can't guarantee that the images will be posted within a certain timeframe, even if we have decided to feature your business.