Child Care Marketing Solutions

Category: Goal Setting

Defining Your Why in Child Care

As a child care business owner who is constantly bogged down with day to day tasks, often times you can lose sight of why you began your journey in the child care industry to begin with. In order to stay motivated and continue to strive for excellence in your business, you must take a step Read the full article...

Member of the Month: Hanna Compton

When Hanna Compton attended the Child Care Success Summit in 2017 she was sure that everything she would hear during those three days would be old news to her. Hanna graduated from college with a degree in early childhood development and was the co-owner of a successful child care business for nearly a decade at that Read the full article...

Implementation Equals Speedy Results

Michelle Smith-Lank has been in the Child Care Success Academy for several years and a true definition of a Child Care Rockstar.  She talks about how she got into the field and came to open Kids World Learning Center and the lessons in growth, marketing, and expansion she has learned throughout her career.   Pop Read the full article...

2 Must Have Strategies to Grow Your Enrollment

It’s that time of year again where gathering new enrollments and scheduling tours seems to be a struggle and you find yourself wondering what you could be doing better to increase them. My team and I have dedicated countless hours of research and implementation to discover what the best strategies are for enrollment-building and marketing Read the full article...

Member of the Month: Joy Clore Willis

Who would have thought that in today's social media driven world,  life changing resources could be found while routinely scrolling through your Facebook feed? For Joy Clore Willis, owner of A Kids Gym Learning Gymnastics Academy in Florida, her child care business transformation began when an ad appeared in her Facebook newsfeed for Kris Murray's free Read the full article...

4 Steps to Effective Delegating

Have you ever told someone to do something and they either don’t do it or just can’t seem to get it right? Contrary to what you might think, it turns out that a lot of the times that this happens you’re actually the one at fault. “Who, Me?” Often as leaders we know what we Read the full article...