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2 Best Practices for Drop-In Programs

Running Drop-in Programs can pose a completely different set of challenges from that of a regular program.  During this week’s, Child Care Success Academy Gold coaching call, our member Shana brought this exact challenge to the call.  We often get our BEST questions during these calls! Shana runs a 24/7 Child Care program which is Read the full article...

Child Care Success Story: Paul Huff

Paul & Tammy Huff’s start-up tale reads like a dream for many new child care center owners. The first year they opened, they had 150 children on their first day. Paul says that, “there were so many people there that my dad was giving group tours.” That’s the kind of opening most of us can 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...

How to Close the Sale BEFORE the Tour

handshake We often talk about the fortune being in the follow-up, and don't get me wrong it usually is. But for those of you who schedules tours, it's nice to do a little pre-framing to help motivate an on-site decision. It's basically your Pre-Tour Drip Email campaign. This should include at the very least: A Tour Read the full article...

Fortune Is In The Follow-Up

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  Do you follow-up with parents after they tour your child care center? Do you know there are lots of different ways to follow-up? Studies have shown that in today’s economy a consumer won’t usually do business with a company until they have at least 7 touches (or points of contact) with the company. There 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…