Dance Studio Design Blog
Jul
16
2015
Written by Lori Shecter

I'm going to share something that I think is important. As a newbie dancer in an older body, I had a  revelation tonight that I feel can change your studios.  Or maybe not, one never knows.  

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Jun
01
2015
Written by Michael J. Clark

CampsmTips and Ideas for Summer Programs

Deciding whether you will be holding a summer camp, summer intensive, or both is instrumental in the success of your program. In this article we discuss the differences and then explore how to design both options.

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SummerYour summer session has already begun, which makes now the perfect time to start getting ready for fall enrollment. Here are some ideas to make this year your best one yet!

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May
14
2015
Written by Leslie M


SEOGet Your Studio Found, Embed this Tool, and Complete these 5 Easy Steps for SEO

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May
01
2015
Written by Lori Shecter

CampYes, 24 is an odd number, but that's how many I had! By now you are already thinking of your summer session and how to begin marketing and getting registration. Whether you have already had camp, or are offering it for the first time, here are some basic guidelines you want to consider.

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Feb
09
2015

In this day and age, just having a website is no longer enough when trying to bring in new students and parents to your dance studio. Your website needs to be an extension of your studio’s mission, demonstrate the quality and values, and catch the attention of users visiting your website as potential customers. Your website should be state of the art in terms of design, mobile access, and functionality.

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Feb
04
2015

Facebook Tips For Dance Studios SmHere are types of post, all of which are interrelated: ORGANIC REACH: You post content to your Facebook page. VIRAL REACH: like Facebook users take action (like, comment, share), which creates a story in their friends’ news feeds. PAID REACH: Facebook paid advertising.

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