100 Ways to Grow Your Studio

I love to read.

So when we had some horrendous storms in Sydney recently (see here for a crazy images of hail just 2 suburbs from me) I rugged up in my PJs with a cup of tea and read and read and read.  I was happy as larry, until our sun lounge was picked up off our top floor apartment in the winds and flew 8 floors to the ground!

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To me, there’s no better way to gain inspiration than reading and learning about new ways to market your studio.

BUT…

Unless you have a raging 5 day storm that makes it all but impossible to leave the house, you don’t often get time to put your feet up and indulge in learning…

 

Because I know how busy you are, I thought you might like my summary of the 100 best ways that are working RIGHT NOW for you to grow your studio.

 

From online studio marketing, to systems automation to team training, you name it I’ve read about it.

Because how challenging can it be to constantly have to come up with new ways to attract students?

And how many times have you looked at your student numbers and sighed, but not really known what to do differently?

 

This is my ultimate list of the most powerful ideas to market your studio.  

 

I’ve taken the best of what I know through working with thousands of studios now and summarised it into a guide with everything all in one place for you!

If you’re looking for a burst of inspiration and more ideas than you can poke a stick at to grow your studio -this is the list for you.

 

Click here to download 100 Ways to Grow Your Studio

 

rsz_coverThe thing about running a studio is that there is no one magic pill to attract more students.

We can splash a lotta cash about on advertising, but if our follow up systems aren’t in place, then we’re leaving students high and dry.

Or, sometimes we can get students through the door, but they only stay 12 months and then you’re playing the retention loop-de-loop game.

Or maybe you’re keen to grow, but you’re working like a dog and need to find a better solution to putting in 10000 hours a week at the studio.

 

 

That’s why this guide covers ALL those elements: attraction, retention & systemising your studio. 

 

I figure, that we need to uplevel ALL areas of your studio is we’re going to have long term, consistent growth (I’m not interested in a short term influx of students, only to have them leave after 6 weeks and you’re back at square one…)

 

Click here to Download 100 Ways to Grow Your Studio (it’s free!)

Here’s what people are saying:

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It’s a freebie download – and you can grab your copy straight away by clicking here. 

rsz_pagesand… Let me know which of the 100 tips is your favourite in the comments below – mine is #14!

(well, that and about 64 others to be honest!)

Hope you’re safe and well wherever you are in the world – and remember if you ever need to bounce an idea off someone to help you grow your studio, I’m only ever a FB message or email away xxx

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