Dance Studio Design Blog
Jul
10
2013
More and more dance schools are offering online registration, and the reasons are no secret: Customers often prefer it, and school owners benefit as well. Online registration lets your website do all the work, freeing your staff for other tasks. It gets rid of the 6:00 a.m. registration-day lines and allows customers to register at their convenience, and it automates what has traditionally been a tedious, time-consuming process. Plus, it improves the accuracy of registrant information. read more
Jul
09
2013
Written by Lori Shecter
In an attempt to make Dance Studios Web Design more of a forum of information, rather than me just giving you marketing advice, I frequently ask my studios what they want me to blog about. Just today, I was asked the question, "what do should I charge for solos, duos and trios?" read more
Jul
07
2013
Although it's summer, it's never too soon to start thinking about the fall. In fact, fall registration is just a month away for the majority of studios. But the one question that every studio asks me is how to continue to get new students. One area that seems to be gaining traction is providing elementary schools with a "taste" of what your studio is like. There are several ways this can be accomplished. read more
Jul
05
2013
Written by Lori Shecter
Whether your studio growth is going gang busters, or staying consistent, there is nothing like offering special programs to your students to encourage enrollment, loyalty, fun, excitement AND extra income. read more
Jun
18
2013
One of the biggest buzz terms today in social sharing is "referral." So what is a referral program and why have one? A referral program is a way to increase word of mouth about your school and to potentially bring in new students. It means rewarding your students for bringing in friends to classes. Word of mouth brings about a 3 to 5 times higher "conversion" to registration than other forms of advertising. read more
Jun
17
2013
You may have already heard about Instagram, the photo-based social media platform oh-so-popular with teens and celebrities. However, you may not have realized that you can use Instagram to generate sales and increase enrollment and exposure. read more
May
22
2013
So you have a Facebook. You have a lot of “likes”, which is a good thing. But how many of these “likes” convert into new students? Or are the only people that like you your existing student base? Have all those hours of photo posting increased registrations? These should be questions you ask yourself when managing your social media. read more