Building a Profitable Daycare Business

How to be a great nanny: Four steps

4 Steps to Being a Great Nanny. Trust with the Parents.

Nannies are a great asset to families and can make all the difference in children's lives. The best nanny is someone who has the experience, patience, and a love for children. Here are four ways you can become an amazing nanny.

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Local Daycare SEO

Your Childcare Business Ultimate Guide To Local SEO

It is not easy to get your Childcare Business to rank highly on local searches. Local SEO became even more difficult and competitive when Google reduced the number of Local Pack from seven listings to three. It is essential to understand…
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Top 3 Wireless Security Camera Systems for a Daycare

Improved camera technology and faster WIFI router speeds has made purchasing and installing a security system in your daycare much easier. Larger hard drives allow you to record up to 90 days of 24 hour of high quality HD video. New wireless…
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Daycare Employees Burned-Out

How to Identify and Assist Burned-Out Daycare Employees

1. Inconsistency in clock-in times SIGNAL: There are variations of this behavior. The employee may arrive late and give several excuses for doing so while another may arrive promptly but stall for a while before entering their classroom.…
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Legal Advice for Small Childcare Business

Top Legal Issues Affecting Child Care Providers

Taking care of children and law may seem like two non-related fields, but they are indeed closely related and interdependent. Childcare businesses have unique legal needs to ensure they are protected. Every state has laws and regulations…
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Childcare Business Advice

Opening, Running, and Growing a Childcare Business

It was never my dream to be in the business of looking after children. It was, however, the dream of my step-daughter. I had many years of experience running an extensive verity of companies. When an opportunity presented itself to her to step into a daycare space that had been vacant for two years, I was all in to make it happen. Over the years we have learned a lot about managing, marketing, financing, and enjoying the childcare business. Childcarebiz.com was created to share that knowledge.

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