Dance Studio Design Blog
Feb
08
2013
Written by Spring Kwok
Yes, I am a ballet school drop- out. I took ballet for 1 ½ years from 10 – 12 and then I quit. I never thought about it much, until now. What I remember most was the atmosphere of the place: the outside of the ballet building was shabby with the word “DANCE” scrawled on the old red bricks. The inside wasn’t much more impressive, as the walls were plastered cheaply with a tacky cream color. There was a row of brown benches lined up to the left as you entered. Inside the four studios, the wood was smooth and light: the bars were a rusty white and the mirrors were streaked dried Windex and sweat. read more
Feb
07
2013
Written by Lori Shecter
It's 2013: Do you know where your traffic is coming from? I know as dance studio owners, instructors and dancers, thinking about where your web site traffic is coming from is not necessarily on the top of your mind-- most likely competitions, costumes and routines fill more of your brain. read more
Feb
02
2013
It's all about attitude! read more
Jan
29
2013
Hi: I found this really easy video online showing how to customize your You Tube channel read more
Jan
28
2013
Written by Lori Shecter

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a dance video could very well be worth a thousand registrations. Considering that video now appears in 70% of the top 100 search results listings and that viewers are anywhere from 64-85% more likely to BUY after watching a product video – this is one marketing force you can’t afford to ignore. Here’s why:

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Jan
24
2013

Social media marketing can be a very effective tool for a dance studio owner to market their studio without investing the financial resources that can accompany a marketing or advertising campaign. Creating profiles for your business, posting relevant and interesting content, and engaging your followers all represent simple and cost-effective ways to spread knowledge and information about your studio (which is, obviously, the best studio around!) Even better, social media marketing can be significantly less expensive or free, but you will need to invest a bit of time. You may need to shell out big bucks for the print ad in the local paper, but you don’t have to pay Kayla’s mother anything to get her to “Like” your page on Facebook or “retweet” your current promotion

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Jan
18
2013
At Dance Studios Web Design, we feel like we're the best choice for any studio looking for a modern, visually appealing, and user friendly web site. One of the main reasons that we feel we outshine our competitors, is that we offer our clients the freedom and the training to control all of the structure and content of their site after we build it. After all, we may be the design and technical arms behind the operation, but we want to make sure that YOU have full control of your site AFTER we hand it off to you. read more