Are you feeling torn or unsure of how to balance what’s fresh and trendy with what’s tried and true? You aren’t alone. And that goes for both the artistic and business sides of studio ownership! Armed with two timely lessons and whole lot of links, Suzanne Gerety, offers guidance and reassurance. Give us YOUR take, and you could walk away with a year’s membership to DanceStudioOwner.com.
Spending hard-earned dollars on ads and marketing methods that are ineffective? Using mistakes made by studio owners and real situations as illustration, Suzanne Blake Gerety helps you understand some marketing basics are before you spend another dime. See if you’ve made these mistakes in your dance school or business!
Cluttered studio? Suzanne Gerety offers tips on how to maximize the space you have, increase efficiency, and ultimately save money at your studio. This will help you tackle that problem of digging and searching in the abyss for those sparkly star wands or parasols you know you bought a couple of years back when it comes time to plan your camps or set a piece of choreography with props.
Having trouble attracting (or keeping) senior or advanced level students at your studio? Suzanne Gerety offers six ways to kick those issues to the curb and grow enrollment with dancers aged 8-18.
Using John Jantsch’s 4C’s of marketing as a jumping off point, Suzanne Gerety provides ideas dance studio owners can use to get more students with effective and low-cost marketing. Plus win a copy of DanceStudioOwner.com’s new 75-page guide to low-cost marketing.
Once I found ONE central place to write everything (I mean everything) down, life got more organized. When I’m on the run, which is often, I will use the voice memo feature on my cell phone.