Simplify Planning with Five Strategies

Do you know what month of the year has the highest number of Google searches for the terms ‘daycare’ and ‘childcare’? Though logic may tell you it’s late summer before the start of school (August), the greatest number of childcare searches actually takes place in January. Parents are looking online for the centers that can serve their needs. The highest number of switches in enrollment occurs at the end of December and beginning of January, much higher than the traditional back-to-school season.

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Resolve to Run a More Educated Child Care Center in 2020

Do you know what month of the year has the highest number of Google searches for the terms ‘daycare’ and ‘childcare’? Though logic may tell you it’s late summer before the start of school (August), the greatest number of childcare searches actually takes place in January. Parents are looking online for the centers that can serve their needs. The highest number of switches in enrollment occurs at the end of December and beginning of January, much higher than the traditional back-to-school season.

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4 Fool Proof Tips to Create a Happy, Motivated Team

Do you know what month of the year has the highest number of Google searches for the terms ‘daycare’ and ‘childcare’? Though logic may tell you it’s late summer before the start of school (August), the greatest number of childcare searches actually takes place in January. Parents are looking online for the centers that can serve their needs. The highest number of switches in enrollment occurs at the end of December and beginning of January, much higher than the traditional back-to-school season.

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A Plan for MASSIVE Child Care Enrollment Building this Holiday

Do you know what month of the year has the highest number of Google searches for the terms ‘daycare’ and ‘childcare’? Though logic may tell you it’s late summer before the start of school (August), the greatest number of childcare searches actually takes place in January. Parents are looking online for the centers that can serve their needs. The highest number of switches in enrollment occurs at the end of December and beginning of January, much higher than the traditional back-to-school season.

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Let’s Stuff your Inbox: Lead Magnet Ideas to Help You Grow Your List

Sarah is a fairly new child care center owner. She’s worked in the field for over a decade and always had a dream to open her own preschool someday. That day finally arrived about six months ago. In fact, Sarah did plenty of planning and preparation before opening her school, and it’s paid off because she already has experienced some great momentum. For the most part things are going really well. She found a great location, hired a team that she is proud of, and has already filled her school to about 60% full in a very short time.

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5 Spooky Good Community Marketing Photo Ops for Your Child Care’s Social Media

Now that the hustle and bustle of back to school season is over, we have finally approached the holiday season. I know for some people the holiday season might not start until Thanksgiving, but for parents and teachers it starts with Halloween, with October through New Years just being one big blur of arts and crafts fun. Things can get chaotic during this time of year, but the one thing to keep in mind from a marketing perspective is that this time of year is gold! Holiday-themed photo ops of adorable little kids and community marketing ideas are endless and can be used throughout the year in all of your marketing collateral, especially on your Facebook pages.

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First Impressions: Is it “LOVE at First Sight” with Your Prospective Parents?

It happens to all of us, a family walks into your center to inquire about childcare services. What do you do next? How do make sure it’s “Love at First Sight” and capture this family’s heart and attention? You have to start by making sure you are wooing them with your first impression! “The first time someone meets you, it takes them about three seconds to determine if they like you or want to do business with you in the future.” (Starr, 2013) In those three seconds, families are asking themselves, “Is this center right for my child?”

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