For Teachers: Should You List Your Studio in a Music Teacher Directory?

If you have done a Google search for “private music lessons”, you may notice that there are several sites out there that list teachers by instrument and geographic area. These online directories allow you to browse through their bios and find the right teacher for your needs. But the question … Continue reading

For Teachers: Marketing Your Music Studio Online

Oh, how the world has changed since I started teaching 25 years ago. Building a studio was a slow and steady process – word of mouth, print advertising, public masterclasses. And while all of those techniques still apply, the internet has changed everything. Your potential students have become smart consumers … Continue reading

REVIEW: The PracticeSpot Guide to Promoting Your Teaching Studio (Philip Johnston)

Full Title: The PracticeSpot Guide to Promoting Your Teaching Studio: How to make your phone ring, fill your schedule and build a waiting list you can’t jump over Author: Philip Johnston Released: 2004 Summary: This is a comprehensive marketing guide for the private music teacher looking to grow their studio. … Continue reading