Monday, October 20, 2014

So What's doin'?

Club socials are going over very good on the island of Oahu for their primary goal. The socializing of the students of the class period in a nice environment of dancing, dining, talking story and picture taking. The side objective of the socials is to get your name out there for the Web & Blog readers and possibly turn them into steady club members.

"The most common way for people to give up their power
is to think they don't have any."

Dream On Fellow Dancers
Socials are faced with information overload from a slew of competitors. So, how do you get around the problem, grab attention, and ensure that your socials are well received in the hands of your prospective steady club members?

"I Believe" by Frankie Laine

A well run set up of proper notifications in Newsletters, Web or Blog sites a week to ten days prior to the occasion is crucial. This can be followed by the write up (many viewpoints) and picture taking during the festivities. This offers dance clubs an effective, low-cost tool for attracting attention in a sea of information.


The follow up in a Blog or Web site with both text and pictures will do the job very nicely. If you use a Web or Blog counter, you will see the raw hits that show the likelihood that people will swing to your club and additional research would show that the number of leads for members increases incrementally.

"Vaya Con Dios" by Les Paul and Mary Ford

You can run up the hits in whatever media you use - Newsletters, Web or Blog sites. These would be quite sufficient to sideline information overdose and attract attention, while putting the critical content you want to get across to your prospective steady club members.