Building a Profitable Daycare Business

Expectations of a quality daycare center

What Do Parents Expect From Daycare Programs

The primary business of daycares is to take care of infants and children under the age of twelve when the parents are committed elsewhere. Parents choose to use the services of a childcare facility because of the low cost per hour, the opportunity for social skill learning, and to ready their child for a school environment.  

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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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hiring childcare teachers

Tips for Finding, Hiring and Keeping Qualified Childcare Employees

Running a business in childcare can be rewarding, knowing that you are molding extremely delicate young people into future responsible adults. The hardest part, though, is finding just the right kind of teachers, and retaining them for…
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Payroll for teachers

Top Payroll Service For a Childcare Business

As a small childcare business owner, your plate is full of "to-dos." It can be overwhelming to manage human resources and payroll. You need time to build your brand, train your teachers, and develop long-term relationships with your parents.…
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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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