Archive for June 30th, 2010

SpaBoom Releases Online Marketing Suite

SpaBoom, provider of online marketing for spas, salons, and massage therapists, announced it has released a new online marketing suite that generates revenue instantly. This new offering streamlines online traffic generation, sharing the spa’s brand message locally, nationally, and virally. It helps build repeat clientele and more bookings. The online marketing suite includes easy management of a spa’s website content and graphics, email marketing, social media, SEO, online menus, branded Instant Gift Certificates, and special events, all within a single login. “People simply don’t have the time to handle all of their crucial online marketing functions under separate logins,” says Bill Bice, CEO of SpaBoom. “We’ve now simplified online marketing management and saved significant time for spas. Once entry and menus are updated, websites are updated, special events are activated, client email campaigns are created, Facebook and Twitter messages are generated, and clients can go back to the business of managing their spas, not their online efforts.”

The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte Helps Wild Girls Go Mild

While everyone know that girls just wanna have fun, groups of party-loving pals also sometimes need a license to chill. For them, the Girls Gone Mild package ($319 per room, per night) at The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte (NC), is the perfect pampering solution. Available through Sept. 6 and for up to four guests per room, the package includes overnight accommodations in a Deluxe Room; a bottle of champagne, a $100 spa credit per room for treatments at the luxe, 13,000-square-foot Spa & Wellness Center; 10 percent savings on spa services, a late 4 p.m. checkout; and overnight valet parking. It’s the perfect pit-stop for party girls in need of a little pampering.

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