Dance Studio Design Blog
Sep
16
2013
We surveyed loads of cheer studios for ideas to grow your studio and found a whole bunch of ideas, but the number one idea from a studio is SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION: having your studio rise to the top when people are search for studios in your area. But SEO is a topic all in of itself. CLICK here details on how to make your site SEO friendly. If your website is NOT SEO friendly, learn how Dance Studios Websites can make you an SEO friendly website starting at $600! read more
Sep
15
2013
How long has it been since you’ve reviewed your Facebook Page? Are you taking advantage of the latest Facebook features? It’s critical that Studio Owners take time to regularly audit their Page and ensure that they are not missing out on new features. read more
Sep
10
2013
Written by Dance Studios Web Design

Here's some great tips to get the EDGE on the competition! Follow these tips to make the best of your season.

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Sep
09
2013
The answer is YES (see reasons below), and here's one that gives back to society! In 2013 PAYPAL alone expects $10 BILLION in e-commerce revenue from Smart Phones or Tablets. EVERYONE is going mobile, with even the internet becoming passe. 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, such as School Empower, Jack Rabbit or Studio Director. But our recent survey (thank you for entering) showed us that of about 3500 responses, under 40% used a school management system. read more
Sep
06
2013

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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Sep
03
2013
Facebook announced that they’ve tweaked their algorithm known as EdgeRank to allow stories that are getting more engagement (more likes, comments and shares) to be bumped up in the news feed. The change is called Story Bumping and has already rolled out to 99% of desktop users and is still being tweaked for mobile users. The Story Bump shows you posts you may not have seen when they were first published. read more
Sep
01
2013
Written by America's Got Talent
Love this two in so many ways! So young to be kicked into the friend zone! read more