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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fly on the wall when two of the world’s leading mentors for Dance Studio Owners sit down for a chat?
That’s what you are in for today!
Welcome to your personal eavesdropping session when Clint Salter and Austin Roberson join forces to discuss how studio owners can simplify online & social media marketing to get more students and start making a bigger impact in the dance world.
In today’s podcast
The power-duo are here to share the biggest mistakes they are seeing from dance studio owners in the digital space, as well as their hottest tips for recruiting new dancers all year round including:
- The trends you need to keep an eye out for in 2017 and how to use them to stand out from your competitors
- Which social media strategies Austin and Clint would be using in their own studios in today’s marketing climate and why
- How you can start to automate more inside you studio so you can spend less time doing the boring stuff and more time generating income in ways that will excite and motivate youThe team also share their biggest game-changers for setting up systems in your business so that it will run like clockwork when you’re not even there!
Getting to know Austin!
Hey, what’s up? I’m Austin Roberson. I help Studio Owners & Directors like you simplify online & social media marketing, so that you can get more students and make a difference through the Performing Arts.
I love donuts, brownies and anything sweet, and sometimes I randomly start talking in Spanish (nope, I’m not bilingual).
I never thought I’d go from learning pirouettes to Facebook ads, but here I am. My story begins when I was 9 years old. My sister asked me to play Danny in a little-kid’s rendition of Grease and I fell in love with the Performing Arts.
After dancing professionally for a couple of years, I went back to school at the University of Kansas where I studied Strategic Communications (which is basically marketing).
In my free time, I self-studied Facebook ads, attended countless marketing & business conventions, and spent thousands of dollars on online courses. In 2010, I started a marketing company called GrowSocial to help small-business owners get more customers using online and social media marketing, like Facebook ads.
But I quickly lost my passion for that business, because I didn’t feel like I was making a difference.
So after recovering from my parent’s divorce, a some-what-major back operation, and a meeting with my mentor, I decided to take what I had learned in the process of helping small businesses with marketing and coach studio owners on how to get more students using today’s new way of marketing (like social media and Facebook ads).
You can find out more at www.studioownersacademy.com
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The Dance Studio Owners Association is for studio owners who are ready to commit to building their dream studio through taking consistent action while accepting guidance and advice. It’s for new studio owners and experienced studio owners alike. No matter what stage you’re at in your business, you’ll gain valuable information to take your studio to new levels while becoming a go to studio in your area.
DSOA members also have exclusive access to some of the greatest minds in business through our expert masterclasses, one-on-one mentoring through our member makeover experience, and a monthly Q&A session that directly answers all your pressing questions about being a Studio Owner.
Our association is a community. It’s a community of dance studio owners who have seen what Clint has not only produced with his own studio, but his Studio Owner clients and program members over 6 years. They’ve seen the results and they want to be a part of the action!
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See you next week for another value-packed episode!