Dance Studio Design Blog
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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Mar
25
2014

SmallcolorQUICK TIPS TO IMPROVE FACEBOOK ADVERTISING

We've had a lot of studios reporting to us how the FREE Facebook interface is helping them grow their business. For less than $5/day, you can help to increase your reach and grow your enrollment.

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Feb
28
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

EvolvingstudiosmPolicy Consistency

When growing your business, you may find the need to alter policies.  New circumstances, customer requests, and changing markets can present you with situations where policy change can be advantageous.  You don't want to lose that "family feel" but your growing client base demands it.

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Feb
27
2014

Finding qualified and professional dance teachers is a major challenge, especially for studios located outside of metropolitan areas.  The process of hiring a well trained staff is a time consuming task, but once you find the right candidates for your studio it will be time well spent. This guide will help make sure you get the hire right the first time, saving you valuable time and the headache of firing and rehiring. Let’s walk through the process of finding a great dance teacher.

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Feb
25
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark and Lori Shecter

Summer1Summer Programs: Where to Start

Many studios have been asking us how to run their summer programs.  We’ve come up with some steps and ideas to get you started.  First, you need to decide if you want to run a SUMMER DANCE CAMP or SUMMER INTENSIVE.  We differentiate between these two in the following ways:

 

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