Even the shiniest business reputation has been dulled and dented by the disruptions of the pandemic. But your reputation is a crucial business asset, and it pays to know that you can repair it—and how to keep improving it.
Learn what it is, and how to make the most of it. The cognitive bias of the halo effect can hurt your business’ reputation. But you can also leverage it to add a glow to your whole business.
As dance business owners, we know that this back-to-dance season will have its unique set of challenges. WOOP is a powerful mental strategy that can help you meet them. And it’s simple to learn.
These days, embracing uncertainty, staying flexible and taking bold action are a dance retailer’s best tools. Here’s how a seasoned storeowner (and retail consultant) recommends you use them to prep for this year’s back-to-school season.
In these unpredictable times, getting the three C’s of marketing right will multiply the effect of all your dance business’ promotion efforts. And you don’t have to be Don Draper to master them.
Get the edge on your competition by taking advantage of these simple and effective tools. The key to them is often storytelling.
It may not be what you signed up for as a dance business owner, but the pandemic has made it clear that we all need to be ready to address mental health issues when our employees need us.
The pandemic forced dance retailers to give up certain ways of doing business. But what started as a necessity could end up having unexpected positive results for you and your business.
Most of your dance customers search online before they shop. And your competitor’s customers are searching too. Here are three steps you can take so…
Social media advertising is a powerful way to attract customers. And creating effective ads on Facebook and Instagram is easier than you think.