When we reflect on our tours, we often laser focus on the parent and how they interacted with us (What did they ask? What did their body language say? How did they leave the conversation?) but what about us? What are we bringing to the table in this process?
Recent posts by Emily Smith
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It’s hard to believe it, but summer is just around the corner. If you haven’t already started creating your marketing materials, it’s crunch time. If your community is anything like mine, parents have plenty of options when considering summer camp or child care options, which makes the promotion and delivery of your message and camp plans even more important.
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Once you’ve made the decision to implement ChildCareCRM and a child care management system, it might seem more manageable to have them separated. If you're looking to streamline your processes and ensure your team is increasing productivity, consider integrating your CMS and your CRM. You may find that you remove opportunities for human error and increase efficiency.
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Child care advertising seems pretty straight forward, but there are a lot of factors to consi
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The child care industry is a challenging one, so how do you take your business to the next leve
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It seems like each day in our center we're trying to squeeze so much in that many important things aren’t discussed. Items that have a huge impact on our enrollment conversion might be overlooked because of heavy workloads and unexpected circumstances that require the director's attention. In the midst of our busy days, there are seven pressing questions to which all bosses demand answers. Have them ready at a moment's notice and be ready for the praise to roll in!