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If you're an instructor or a studio owner looking for teaching or marketing resources, welcome! I'd like to help you keep yourself organized, your teaching methods engaging, and your marketing plan sizzling.
As a pole dance teacher it can be a challenge to keep up with the demands of your profession...
In addition, if you're self-employed as a pole dance teacher, or if you own a studio or a pole dancing party business, you're probably always on the look out for new marketing ideas to keep your services in front of your target market in new and creative ways.
This section of Pole Dancing For Fitness is all about YOU!
As a retired fitness instructor and studio owner with 30 years of business and teaching experience, I've gathered a few tips and resources over the years. I'd like to share them with you here, to help make your job or your business venture more fun, and more profitable.
I include tried and true resources I've used myself, as well as new ideas and innovations that I discover.
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Resource #1 - Pole Dance Teacher FAQs
Resource #2 - Awesome Promo Tool!
Here's a nifty little marketing idea I came across recently. If you're looking for a fun and unique way to promote your studio or pole party company, check out these custom temporary tattoos.
Temporary tattoos using your studio or business logo are a very affordable way to help brand your studio, and they're lots of fun too!
Here are some ideas for using temporary tattoos to promote your business:
Resource #3 - Clean Up Your Music
This great little software application can help make life
easier for pole dance teachers by helping you keep your music organized.
If you're like most of us nowadays, you use iTunes to organize and store your music, and/or you bring an iPod to class with your play lists on it.
These tools are great, but it's easy for things to get a bit out of hand.
For example, do you...
Rinse to the rescue! This nifty little application is available as a free download so you can try it out and see how it works at no cost.
What I like about this software is that it's fast, it's easy to use (no typing required!), and you can try it for free to see if you like it.
If you decide to purchase it after trying the free version, there are no ongoing access subscription or access fees. Just a reasonable, one-time payment and you own it. After that, you can keep your music library clean and organized forever!Click here to try the free version and get your music organized!
Helping your new students feel welcome and at home in your studio is an important first step to gaining repeat business and referrals.
I've put together these free tips to help you with the process of making new students feel comfortable at your studio.
And if you're a new studio owner on a tight budget, you'll be happy to know that each of these actionable tips is either free or very inexpensive to implement.
Resource #5 - 3 Tips to Help You Become a Better Teacher
In this article, I offer you three tips to become a better pole dance teacher.
Not that I think you're desperately in need of improvement mind you! It's just that as teachers, we can get so wrapped up in our subject matter and in the skill set of "doing," rather than teaching.
Every now and then it can be helpful to take a step back and see if there are things we'd like to change or perhaps things we could do better.
Resource #6 - How To Find The Perfect Pole Dance Teacher
If you're looking for new teaching staff but keep coming up empty handed, here are some tips on where to find potential instructors.
You'll also learn how to properly assess your studio's needs, so that you hire an instructor with the proper skill set to complement your existing staff's assets.