Why Free Trials Are BAD For Your Studio
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In this particular episode, I’ll be discussing the use of free trials as a way to attract and retain students.
It’s a pretty common practice among dance studios to offer free trials. But aside from the normal tuition fee, just HOW MUCH are free trials really costing you?
I’ll be letting you in on why I don’t use free trials, the kind of “client” who depend on free trials, plus lots more!
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00:00 – Introduction
01:00 – What free trials do and what they don’t do
03:00 – What you can learn from parents who request/demand free trials
04:00 – How to identify quality leads based on trials
05:30 – You might lose a client by not offering free trials – but they may be the kind of client you DON’T want
09:00 – The kind of student you want in your studio will pay for trials anyway
11:30 – Final Thoughts
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