Once you’ve made your basic event post, try some of these tricks. I recommend posting your events from either your Profile or if you have a large Group, then use that. I don’t recommend posting events as your Page since tagging your friends isn’t as easy.
Once you are set up as a registered user with a profile on the Conscious Dancer MoveMap website, you’re ready to go ahead and post your classes, events, and workshops.
Our new website is better than ever! Make sure you are registered as a user at www.ConsciousDancer.com
When you visit the site, you will see a green bar on top. If you click any of the buttons there and you are not registered yet, it will prompt you to register and create a username.
One of the facts of life in the digital age is passwords. In this article I will explain a little trick that I use to make my most important passwords both secure and easily remembered. In the early days of the Internet a lot of people used to get by with using ‘Password’ for a password, or 123456, but with all of the hacking going on, most websites won’t even let you use anything that simple.
Do you ever go to post something specific on Facebook, only to get distracted by something on your Timeline and then 45 minutes later pull yourself out of the fog of cat videos and teeth-gnashing comment threads only to wonder why you were there in the first place?
Do you have clients that book sessions with you for one-on-one meetings? Do you ever get frustrated going back and forth with emails trying to pin down a time that works?
All to often I see movement leaders making the same mistakes, and setting themselves up for trouble down the line. It’s hard to avoid Facebook nowadays, but after all, if you want to get the word out to your community, you’ve got to go where the people are.
All to often I see otherwise capable facilitators struggling with their email list presence. Common mistakes I see include things like boring impersonal content, lame subject lines, outdated appearance, not-mobile-friendly templates
In this members-only article you’ll discover a simple and effective way to leverage your extended community in a way that enhances your credibility and magnetically attracts more participants to your regular classes. You’ll learn an easy way to reframe your practice and broaden out your support base to better serve a wider variety of people in your area.
This members-only article will teach you a low-tech way to easily build a high-tech mailing list. One of the things that every Dance First member learns is the importance of having an active and engaging mailing list. If you’re offering virtual programs or long-distance coaching, then online methods that add people from around the world are fine