Dance Studio Design Blog
Feb
23
2014
Written by Lori Shecter

GossipysmFacebook, Lies and Dance Moms

Facebook (and all social media) has changed everything—from the way we grow and conduct our business as well as offering a platform for moms to talk: about the good, the bad AND the ugly to each other and the world about YOUR studio.  I am going to make this short and simple based on the challenges we all now have to face as business owners.

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Feb
21
2014

Schoolmanagementnewsletter (2)Should you use Dance Studio Software?

The answer is YES (see reasons below).Is the way you are operating your studio CUTTING DOWN your enrollment and profit and eating into your valuable time? Some of you may already use school management systems. But our recent survey (thank you for entering) showed us that of about 3500 responses, under 40% used a school management system

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Feb
20
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

D'acting StrokeD'acting: Acting For Dancers

Most dance performances require a certain amount of "acting" or the ability to display emotion while dancing.  Before a dance is performed upon the stage it is important for the dancers to investigate their character under the direction of the choreographer and develop a strong sense of their purpose on stage.  Here are a few basic exercises that will help your dancers "d'act" effectively.  First here are two ice breakers that your dancers will surely enjoy.  After we will explore exercises that can take your dancers' performance to the next level.

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Feb
01
2014

Competitive Dance SMBUILDING YOUR TEAM

Many studio owners have grappled with the question: how do I go about choosing competitive teams? We combed our studios and got many and varied responses.  Choose the ones that best fit your studio’s needs and personality!

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Jan
31
2014

Paid Social Media

Using the New Social to Drive Enrollment

Are you using Facebook to reach your parents and market to them? In case you haven’t noticed, Facebook released a new algorithm that affects your fans' ability to see your posts. Why do you need to change?  Facebook uses a FREMIUM MODEL: i.e. first they hooked you with a free service, but now you have to PAY TO PLAY. 

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BreesmDance Mom's Point of View

Welcome to Bree Hafen, an awesome choreographer, blogger, dancer and mom!  We are glad to have her guest blogging for Dance Studios Web Design!

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Jan
31
2014

GroovesmCompetition Corner: Groove  answers your F.A.Q's

So happy to have guest blogger answer your questions about competition judging and more!

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