The Value of Customer Relationship Management for an Entrepreneur

Posted on Nov 23, 2016 2:53:11 PM by Alysson Smith

We’ve all had those weeks when 24 hours per day just isn’t enough time. We want our businesses to succeed, spend time with our families, enjoy our hobbies. Basically, we want to accomplish the impossible. But we’ve all come to the conclusion at least once; often there’s just not enough time in the day to do it all.

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2 Ways to Expand Your Services and Integrate New Customers

Posted on Sep 15, 2016 11:50:04 AM by Kristen Goecke

Are your activities for all age groups? Are you serving all possible customers? By adding a new program to your offerings, you can reach more participants. In your industry several age groups are often neglected: the very young and seniors. Stand out from the competition by opening the doors of your organization! Discover two new groups of clients.

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4 Ways You Can Win at SEO (locally)

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 2:24:26 PM by Kristen Goecke

How do people find your business? The first place I look for activities and classes for my family is a Google search and 9 times out of 10 the results are disappointing. Why is this? Most small activity based businesses still have not been able use SEO (Search Engine Optimization) to their advantage.

A quick internet search on SEO brings up an unbelievable amount of information and companies selling their SEO skills for a fairly hefty price. The good news is, you don’t necessarily need to spend a bunch of money and resources to give yourself a competitive edge and get your business on the first page of search results in your area.

This is why Local SEO is so important for your business.

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Is Your Checkout Process Scaring Customers Away?

Posted on Apr 7, 2016 3:00:00 PM by Marisa Samek

After watching Step Up 2, Anne finally decides she is going to fulfill her lifelong dream of learning how to pop’n lock. She arrives at your dance studio, Pop’n Lockerz, and timidly approaches the front desk to ask for more information about your beginner classes. What makes the difference between Anne leaving your studio empty-handed and Anne bounding out of the studio, signed up for an entire session of classes without even a trial class?

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