After weeks of tweaking materials and mind melding with your website designer, your site has launched. Congratulations! Now you can finally let it do its job and get back to fully concentrating on your dance studio. But wait!! As tempting ...

The end of a year is an excellent time to take stock. Has it been a great year for your dance studio? Is it thriving? What new challenges (landlord issues, faster than expected growth) have appeared, and how are you ...

SEO for Dance Studio Websites: Title Tags If your site isn’t coming up as high as you’d like in Google and the other search engines, take a look at your title tags. A title tag is the is the main ...

Is No One Visiting your Dance Studio’s Website? Here’s What to Do About It: Many of us have the “build it and they will come” dream about our websites, but sadly this is not reality. The good news is that ...

A sticky website is one where people stay a nice long while and come back regularly to see what’s new. How important is it to make your studio’s site sticky? Imagine parents in your community visiting all the dance studio ...

One way for a business not only to survive but thrive is to focus on the secondary benefits already offered to its’ customers. In business terms, these are called “value-added” enhancements. Chances are good that you already have many in ...

Are you making the most of the marketing tool that is your dance studio’s website? The majority of business owners recognize websites as essential, but don’t use them to best effect. Sure, your studio’s website may ‘pop’ visually and give ...

Make the Most of your Dance Studio’s About Us page! One of the most underrated dance marketing strategies is a studio’s ‘About Us’ page. This page typically ranks either right at the top or among the most visited portions of ...

It’s unlikely that people will visit your website without any reason. Sometimes curiosity is reason enough, and with a new or newly revised studio website, it often is. You can only claim “new website” for so long, though, so it’s ...

I received the following email from one of our customers yesterday. After replying, it occurred to me that she is likely not alone. “Hi Stacey,I am not keeping up with my studio’s website, and I feel so out of touch ...