Dance Studio Design Blog
Apr
08
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

Here are some of our best articles on growing Camp Enrollment and How to Make the Most of Your Summer Camp!

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Apr
07
2014

Instagram is the flavor of the month now that Facebook has purchased them. Like any other social media, there's no 100% guarantee that it will help grow your enrollment, but getting the word out VISUALLY through Instagram is the goal. Kind of like Facebook on steriods. Teens and moms are using instagram to share-- like any other social media the key is growing followers and getting shares.

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Apr
05
2014
Written by F.A.Q.'s Cheat Sheet for Parents and Students

FaqsmallF.A.Q.'s Cheat Sheet for Parents and Students

So you have attracted a new potential client and now its time to seal the deal?  We’ve researched the questions parents ask and have provided some advice on how to respond most effectively!  In addition, sometimes parents have their teenagers call to ask the questions.

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Apr
03
2014

Schoolmanagementnewsletter _100x 100Should you use Dance Studio Software?

The answer is YES (see reasons below).Is the way you are operating your studio CUTTING DOWN your enrollment and profit and eating into your valuable time? Some of you may already use school management systems. But our recent survey (thank you for entering) showed us that of about 3500 responses, under 40% used a school management system

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Apr
01
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

Here are our favorite articles on how to make the most of your recital!

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Apr
01
2014

YoutubeUploading video to Youtube is amazing advertisment for your studio and it allows you to share material for the students to review!  Check out our step by step guide (with pictures!) that will show you how to EASILY and QUICKLY upload a video directly from your iPhone to Youtube!

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Mar
28
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

ContractsmYour faculty is your most important asset. Without your faculty, you wouldn't be able to grow your studio. Having an environment that promotes growth, security and involvement might be your best protection against teacher defection. Having expectations written in a contract helps to not only define your rules, but also outlines the benefits of staying with your studio. 

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