10 Ways Your Community Organization Can Increase Online Engagement

Posted on 9/18/18 12:00 PM by Matt Fish

If your community organization is struggling to grow engagement or interest in your services, you’re not alone. Breaking through the digital clutter and reaching residents or visitors can be challenging, especially if revenue is dwindling. Many businesses and non-profits are in the same boat, but there is good news: some minor tweaks can put you on the path to long-term success.

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8 Ways Amilia Helps Your Cheer Gym Succeed

Posted on 6/21/18 12:00 PM by Matt Fish

With hundreds of satisfied administrators and over 11,000 activities currently active on the Amilia platform, it’s easy to see that our software is becoming a popular option with cheer gyms all over North America. With year-over-year growth numbers that continue to impress, it’s the perfect time for your business to join our recreation revolution.

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7 Ways Amilia Can Take Your Gymnastics Club to the Next Level

Posted on 6/14/18 12:00 PM by Matt Fish

With over 30,000 activities, 1,135 programs, 138 organizations and 602 industry administrators currently active on the Amilia platform, it’s safe to say that our software is taking the world of gymnastics by storm. Our year-over-year growth numbers continue to blossom, which means it’s never been a better time to join our recreation revolution.

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What Gymnastics Clubs Can Learn from Cheerleading’s Popularity

Posted on 6/7/18 12:00 PM by Matt Fish

Cheerleading, as both a recreational and competitive sport, has never been more popular. Since 2006, interest in joining a cheer organization has grown significantly in the United States, a fact that has some gymnastics businesses and pundits looking over their shoulders.

The big question is: What are cheer gyms doing that gymnastics clubs aren’t?

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4 Things Future Dance Studio Owners Should Know

Posted on 4/30/18 3:00 PM by Matt Fish

Have you spent your entire life (or close to) pursuing your love of dance? Have you been scratching that itch to teach and are looking to take that passion to greater heights? For many, opening a dance studio represents the fulfillment of a lifelong dream; however, it takes more than just a love of the art form to make a business venture work.

Here are 4 things every prospective dance studio owner should know:

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4 Ways to Enhance Your Gymnastics Club’s Customer Experience

Posted on 3/26/18 9:00 AM by Kyle Shewfelt & Matt Fish

There’s no way around it: the customer experience aspect of your gymnastics club is often what separates the good from the great in the industry. Making your clients feel like part of a family will not only keep them in the fold long-term but also bring others to your organization through positive word-of-mouth. 

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5 Things First-Time Summer Camp Parents Must Do

Posted on 3/16/18 9:00 AM by Matt Fish

The first day of spring is approaching fast, which means that summer is just around the corner. It’s a busy time of year for camp organizations, who are in the thick of registration season. For first-time camp parents, the process of selecting the right summer camp option can be tricky, but fear not: a helpful guide through the biggest do's and don'ts is here.

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Creating a Loop of High Engagement in Parks and Recreation

Posted on 3/12/18 9:00 AM by Matt Fish

Even though the majority of residents consider the services offered by their local Parks and Recreation agency to be a valuable community asset, many are mired in a downward spiral of engagement. We previously outlined specific issues that have led to diminishing participation numbers in the Parks and Rec space; however, recognizing the problem is only half the battle – eventually, you must start coming up with solutions.

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Why Parks and Recreation Engagement is in a Downward Spiral

Posted on 3/6/18 12:00 PM by Matt Fish

It’s no secret that Parks and Recreation is a much-loved aspect of any city, especially in North America. In fact, an exclusive research study conducted by Nielsen on behalf of Paysafe and Amilia found that 62% of all respondents in both Canada and the United States believe green and open leisure spaces "are essential in their choice of city."

However, the question must be asked: why isn't that enthusiasm translating into higher turnout rates for activities or services? Better still, why doesn't the high praise help generate increased revenue? The answer is that many Parks and Rec organizations are struggling to consistently engage residents of their municipality.

Discover the main factors that have influenced why Parks and Recreation is in a downward spiral of engagement:

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5 Cheer Club Management Strategies That Work

Posted on 2/28/18 12:00 PM by Matt Fish

The world of cheerleading is incredibly competitive, with clubs constantly searching for that new, innovative tools to add to their arsenal. Competitors learning techniques from a younger age, often using programs that run intensive activities all year long. It can be tough to manage every aspect of a cheerleading operation in such a fast-paced environment; fortunately, there are some simple strategies that can help you take your business to the next level.

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