Dance Studio Design Blog
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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This is a crazy time of year for most studios considering recital, competitions, summer camp, and pre-registrations. But you still have to be thinking about where your next graduating class is coming from!

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Apr
23
2014

DanceteachessmOne of the biggest challenges we face as studio owners is producing new ideas time and time again. How many ways can you spin a Jazz class, or competition studio? What do you do if you have 3 studios on the same block as you? HOW can you differentiate your dance studio from the others?

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Apr
22
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark & Lori Shecter

DancersmAttracting Talent: Finding & Building Great Dancers

Every studio owner wants their students to learn and succeed.  However, some studio owners may desire to teach and inspire exceptionally skilled dancers.  Building a studio that attracts and produces excellent dancers is a long-term commitment.  But once you build the right foundation this commitment can really pay off in terms of personal satisfaction and cash flow. 

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