Dance Studio Design Blog
Jun
02
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

FlashlogoHow to: Flash Mob!

Flash Mobs can be overwhelming; there are entire businesses built around choreographers who are in charge of flash mobs.  However, as a dance studio owner you have all the tools you need to pull of a Flash Mob without paying for a big time choreographer or director.  Here is a basic guide to help you create and execute a Flash Mob. 

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May
08
2014

Video TapesmVideos of Recitals: Parents Can HELP grow enrollment

Stop BANNING cell phones and START PUTTING THEM TO WORK! Follow this tips on how you can turn this social media storm into a useful business tool AND discourage their use at your recital!

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May
07
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

Hashtags BLOGHot Hashtags:  How To

Three words on GROWING YOUR BUSINESS:  Hashtag, Hashtag...did I say HASHTAG? Follow our step by step guide!

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May
06
2014

Fb ,twitter NEWSSimultaneously Post to Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram 

Post to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram EASILY using your phone.  There is a one time setup and from then on its as easy as point, shoot, and upload!

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May
05
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

CampDance Camp: Get Prepared!

Dance Summer Camps have the potential to help your studio grow enrollment, earn money, and educate students in a way that is fun for many levels.  Successful summer camps require the careful act of balancing fun with education.  Here are some tips as you finalize your Dance Camp that will help you make it as successful as possible!

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May
02
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

Acro NewsCompetition: The Acro Fad

Throughout the years we have seen a number of dance “fads.”  It appears safe to say that “Acro” appearing in competition routines seems to be the winning fad.  However, many studio owners don't have a background in gymnastics or acrobatics.  So what is a studio owner to do?  Here are some pointers that will help you deal with the new Acro fad!

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When I was growing up, there was that one kid’s basement where all hung out. It was dark, had glow in the dark posters, and better yet, her mother never ventured down. It was where we all wanted to be.

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