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Guardian Care Software Pairs with ChildCareInfo.com providing Business Tips for Child Care Providers
Guardian Care Software chooses ChildCareInfo.com for their blog spot “The Child Care Business Connection”
“GuardianCareSoftware.com is excited to be a part of and contribute to the ChildCareInfo.com community. There's so much to explore, and we share the same focus, empowering those in the child care industry,” states Giovanni Paul from GuardianCareSoftware.com. “We look forward to exchanging knowledge with other members."
“The ChildCareInfo.com community is thrilled to welcome our new community members, contributors and advocates, GuardianCareSoftware.com,”
The Child Care Business Connection blog was started in October and already has a variety of topics posted. The posts range from ideas to help your business grow by a parent appreciation program, to tips for communicating with the parents of the children in the child care, to low cost marketing and so much more. The weekly posts are just a paragraph or two, easy to read, digest and share.
“These posts can act as a catalyst for child care professionals to share how they approach similar situations or ask others how execute a particular idea,” says Samantha. “I hope this provides another opportunity to open up further conversation among child care providers in our community.”
For more information, contact Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:samantha@
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About Guardian Care: Guardian Care is the developer of the innovative child care management software solution, ProviderGuard. Child care professionals can use ProviderGuard free of charge by simply creating an account and reporting delinquencies and non-payments, at no cost. The additional features, including payment history searches are available for use at a low-cost, on a pay-as-you-go basis. It's possible to save thousands of dollars each year by searching the national child care payment history database, ProviderGuard, before accepting a new client.
Page Updated Last on: Nov 26, 2012