If you’re not giving or getting feedback in your studio, you’re living in a bubble.
“Any culture functions well with a good set of standards for feedback. Different people, different … Read More
If someone fills out an interest form on your website at 9 a.m., it doesn’t take long for them to move on if they don’t get a response.
But, as … Read More
When you look up the word “mentor” in Merriam-Webster, you’ll find a short description: a trusted counselor or guide.
Often, going it alone or figuring it out by yourself can … Read More
In this day and age, most audiences want things as instant as possible. One of the ways you can serve that want is through Facebook Live.
It’s a feature of … Read More
In business, the conversion rate of leads from your website is higher if live chat is involved.
“They’re going to be 15 to 20 percent higher for converting a website … Read More
Yoga can be an intimidating thing to the new client. With the plethora of poses and styles, the beginner yogi can be afraid of ever even trying it.
Christa Smith, … Read More
When Jessica Mahler first moved to Washington D.C., she was apprehensive of social media. But overtime, the truth hit her.
“I realized that if I wanted to get anywhere and … Read More
While some yoga studios have punch cards, Wanderlust Yoga Austin has a passport.
“Our passport program is designed for new clients that are doing our introductory offer,” said Maile Floyd, … Read More
Forty-one percent of Americans say it’s key that businesses have a strong social media presence.
In fact, most of the stats compiled in Hootsuite’s “125+ Essential Social Media Statistics Every … Read More
A large part of StuidoB Yoga Center’s culture in Danville, Pennsylvania, has to do with one distinct population: kids.
Becky Duignan, the owner of the studio, shared through the years … Read More
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