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Dance Studio Toolbox, Book 4 - Website Lab for the Dance Studio


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Every business wants to get perspective customers to their website. Our ads and social media points to our website. So, let’s make it the best possible representation of what we as dance studio owners offer. And let’s make it easy for them to get the information they need.

Website Lab for the Dance Studio by Darryl Retter does exactly that.

Dance Studio Toolbox, Book 4 - Website Lab for the Dance Studio

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Website Lab for the Dance Studio by Darryl Retter is a 40 page booklet that offers insight on how to have the best possible website for your dance studio business. Whether you’re updating your existing site, or ready to build a new site from ground up, this quick read offers you concepts tailor-made for the dance studio business.

Chapters included in this book:


  1. Intro
  2. Tell Your Story
  3. Must-Have 1: Responsive!
  4. Must-Have 1: Easy to Read
  5. Must-Have 2: Easy to Navigate
  6. Must-Have 3: Consistent Layout
  7. Must-Have 4: Calls to Action
  8. Must-Have 5: Built-In SEO
  9. Must NOT have
  10. Trending   
  11. Due Diligence

Darryl Retter has owned and operated Retter’s Academy of Dance with wife Linda Bernabei Retter in the Los Angeles area for nearly 25 years. He writes from the wisdom that only experience can offer. Along with operating the Dance Studio, Darryl has taught business classes for the dance studio owners for over 20 years. Working with literally thousands of studios, as well as his new one-on-one Studio Business Coaching sessions, Darryl has come to realize that there are very few NEW challenges for the dance studio owner. These challenges have always been there, and Darryl wants to help you push through them. His main goal is summed up by one of his often-said statements, “I want the Studio to work for you, not the other way around”. 

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