Dance Studio Design Blog
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
Aug
31
2013
The first day of class is important to all kids and families. This sure fired list (borrowed from Patti Komara) is sure to have your students get started on the right foot (and the left too!) read more
Aug
30
2013
We’ve already discussed why Facebook shouldn’t be your only social media strategy, but with so many different social media platforms and services (Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, etc. ), it’s difficult to keep track and update them all. Here are three key time saving tips for streamlining your social media. read more
Aug
28
2013

Grow Studio Enrollment with This Easy Search Engine Optimization. Think you can’t do SEO? Guess again! Because Google now owns YouTube, the fastest way for potential families/students to find your studio is by posting a properly “tagged” video on YouTube.

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Aug
01
2013
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