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Tattoodo is the home of global tattoo culture. We make the tattoo journey easier for artists and clients with one-on-one inspiration and guidance. As an artist, Tattoodo is your digital storefront, where millions of potential customers search for their next tattoo in their city or while traveling.

It’s important for you as an artist to understand the entire Tattoodo platform and optimize your profile to provide the best possible experience. With this understanding, you will be equipped to fill your books and take your business to the next level.

How does the platform work for artists?

Reservations: Customers have two options when they want to book an appointment. They can 1. submit a tattoo brief (Tattoodo Leads) to all artists in their area or 2. book an artist/studio directly by visiting their profile (learn how to create a full profile on Tattoodo below).

Customers can choose to share a tattoo brief (tattoodo lead) or book an artist directly on their profile.

Customers can choose to share a tattoo brief (Tattoodo Lead) or book an artist directly on their profile.

Tattoodo drives: As an artist, you will see all Tattoodo tracks in your account. You can choose to start a conversation with anyone who has submitted an application that matches your style. To succeed with Tattoodo Leads and consistently fill your books, you’ll need to be proactive in your outreach and check every new lead. You will also receive regular email updates and push notifications with summaries of all new Tattoodo contacts in your current location.

See and interact with new prospects on tattoodo.

See and interact with new prospects on Tattoodo.

Direct bookings: When a client finds your profile and wants to book a consultation/appointment, they can immediately submit a request on your profile. You will be able to set your availability and communicate with the customer directly through the app or on the web. You can also send and receive payment requests to customers.

Customer communications: Communication with customers is essential for a transparent process. Whether it’s sending a timely message or sending a payment, communication is key to ensuring the client knows who, what, when and how the appointment will go. Also, make sure you get real-time updates in profile > notifications.

Make sure your push notifications and emails are turned on.

Make sure your push notifications and emails are turned on.

Messaging: Artists can securely message any Tattoodo prospect or book directly in the app or on the web. On the mobile app, “quick replies” are set for your use.

Secure messaging between client and artist.

Secure messaging between client and artist.

Payments: Using Stripe, artists can set up their account to accept payments or deposits directly within the mobile app. This ensures that you receive a deposit in the event of a no-show. You will need to go through an additional Stripe setup process once you are an artist on Tattoodo.

Secure deposits from customers.

Secure deposits from customers.

Planning: In addition to payments, artists can send digital calendar invitations directly to their customer, eliminating the risk of customers confusing scheduled times.

Tattoodo Multi-Link: Tattoodo Instagram extension turns your followers into business. Just enter the custom link in your account and set the tabs you want to have on your Instagram link. Here’s where you’ll find the link and an example of setting up your custom landing page.

Customize your tattoodo multi-link.

Customize your Tattoodo multi-link.

Build a Complete Tattoodo Artist Profile

Organic : A complete and thorough biography is necessary for any artist or studio. This is an opportunity to communicate your company’s history, style, philosophy and hygiene practices to customers. Here is an example of Five Points Tattoo NYC

Complete a complete and detailed biography.

Complete a complete and detailed biography.

Studio/hours/location: To claim your studio, you can either create a new listing or join an existing studio already listed on Tattoodo. You will choose your location and set your opening hours. This step is completed during registration and the studio will be added after a 48 hour verification period by the Tattoodo team.

Set your opening hours and location for potential customers.

Set your opening hours and location for potential customers.

Styles: Adding styles to your profile/studio will ensure that your profile shows up when clients search for you or book you for a certain type of tattoo. This can be changed later, but is completed during the registration process. Do not add styles you are not experienced with. Here’s how Five Points Tattoo’s Rodrigo Canteras implemented his styling expertise.

Choose your styles.

Choose your styles.

Pictures: Your images are the gateway to your profile. Just like Instagram or your website, photos should be of high quality and uploaded frequently. The photos will allow potential customers to get an idea of ​​your work and your style. Clients and other artists can also ‘pin’, ‘save’ and ‘comment’ on your photos, giving you more exposure for your work.

Key words: Just like other networks, every photo you upload should have relevant #tags. Tags ensure that your photos are indexed and easily searchable for the Tattoodo community, improving your exposure as an artist.

Be sure to tag each photo, ensuring they are searchable and indexed.

Be sure to tag each photo, ensuring they are searchable and indexed.

Support for artists

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