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Every business wants to sell online, because its a channel with a wide reach. The benefits compared to opening a brick and mortar shop are countless. For starters you don’t have to pay rent! Then there are details like not having to go through the pains of setting up a credit card processor. These days [...]
Questions have been flooding in around “How can I grow my business without breaking the bank on expensive marketing?” I immediately thought of Paragon Moon’s own Kristine Putt. She works exclusively with small businesses grow by building and growing their brand. I sent over a list of questions, many from BizeeBee customers, Facebook fans and even Twitter followers. [...]
As a yoga studio owner you know you operate an “offline” business but that you need to get “online” in order to attract more students because everyone today is “searching” for a studio. Many studio owners hire a developer to go through the process of creating a website for them, but then the developer says [...]
I know that cost is a major concern for studio owners. But the other important element to building a successful community is time! Over and over again I see people sacrificing their time by adding up receipts, sifting through note cards to track attendance, and tallying up classes taught by instructors. The amount of time, [...]
How can studios keep students coming into class when it is so hot!? Remind students that the summer is the perfect time to do yoga – your body is already naturally warm, so you will be able to explore yoga poses in ways you haven’t been able to before. You hips, shoulders, chest are all [...]
Any type of business whether its a studio or private instruction should fundamentally be concerned with money. I don’t mean the owner needs to be obsessed with trying to get-rich-quick, but it is what makes a business run everyday and helps a business owner achieve their goals. Too often I meet owners who get caught [...]
The yoga community on Twitter is strong and supportive. In addition to bloggers promoting their sites, yoga studios advertising their current class specials, and yoga apparel websites joining the conversation, there seems to be a growing number of yogis and yoginis reaching out to one another simply to discuss their love of the practice. As a fan of [...]
This quick-tip shows small business owners how to set up their first twitter account. By the end, you’ll know how to log in and send your first tweet!
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Using screenshots and short descriptions we show small business owners how claim and create their listing on Google Places so it will show up on Google Maps.