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Snappy Staff? What’s the Real Cost to You?

THis mistake could cost you thousands Remember the TV show “Ally McBeal”?  One of the characters in the show constantly apologized for being “snappish”.  If your child care staff is being snappy with your parents, what’s the real cost to you?  I’m here to tell you it can cost you tens of thousands of dollars, all in just ten seconds time.  Read the full article...

2015 Child Care Success Summit – After Glow

All of us here at Child Care Marketing Solutions are still coming down off the excitement of this year’s Child Care Success Summit and the buzz we've been hearing from the attendees is enormous! The positive feedback for the Success Summit has been overwhelming and it is so exciting for us to hear the huge take-aways Read the full article...

22 Emotions

I'd like to talk about something that's a little bit more heartfelt that relates to your emotion and energy. Most of the time we focus on tactical strategies, ideas and tips and we don't address the topic of Mindset. Every now and then it's important to revisit what's going on in your minds. The difference Read the full article...

Enrollment – Back to Basics

Back-To-Basics ....  The Big 3 Essentials to Keep Your Enrollment Full Let's revisit the Kris Murray, Back- to-Basics, Big 3 things you need to be doing in your enrollment building to stay full. Are you feeling overwhelmed?  Or realizing you aren't full? Going into fall is the perfect time to look at these basic strategies with Read the full article...

Do You Model Balance For Your Staff?

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“Wow, you must be really important to reach such an impressive level of exhausted” – Said No One Ever I see it all the time. It used to be me. In fact, I almost liked it. I sometimes miss it. “I worked 60 hours this week,” no excuse me “I HAD to work at least 70 hours this week.” Read the full article…

Child Care Business: A Marketing Secret

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Are you using one of the key secret ingredients when marketing your child care? Reviews and testimonials are a great way to provide credibility and create a trusting relationship with prospective parents.  Testimonials can be used in every aspect of your marketing. You can put them on your Facebook page, website, print ads, and posters around your center; Read the full article…