Keep It Clean In-Between Music Lessons

Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you. All opinions remain my own. Sharing is caring! KEEP IT CLEAN IN-BETWEEN EACH PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS  HI MUSIC SCHOOL BOSSES, WE…

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Music Lesson Games, Flashcards, Worksheets and more!

SUSAN PARADIS  Would you like a ton of game ideas, flash cards and worksheets (seasonal and holiday based) to help plan out your music lesson plans? Here’s a great website/blog that I have referred to throughout the years of teaching to get some great items. Susan Paradis has a mix of  ton of free items…

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Do You Want To Become A Piano Teacher?

When I think of starting a music lesson business in 2020 in comparison to when I started teaching piano lessons way back in 2007, I just think about how different so many things are. There are a lot of positive changes like the ease of getting your name out there with free services such as…

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9 Reasons Your Music Studio Is Failing On Instagram

Social media packs an awesome punch when it comes to marketing and showcasing the wonderful qualities of your music lesson business. If used correctly you can take your studio to the next level and boost your profits, your enrollment and your overall community impact! Check out this slideshow showcasing 9 reasons your business may be…

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Commercial Space That Works For Your Music School

When I first started my private music studio, I didn’t think too much about commercial space because I was allowed to use my family’s basement and I just got set up and ready to teach piano lessons. Well within my first year, I actually didn’t get any music students (due to not knowing much about…

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Are You Offering Discounts The Right Way for Music Lessons?

Offering discounts at your music school for families with multiple children or studying multiple instruments or paying in advanced can become a slippery slope for a music school owner. Let’s use an example that if you and a group went to dinner tonight, not only do you not receive a discount, but you are also…

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How To Get Real Facebook Engagement-Yes it cost but not much!

Facebook is a Social Media platform that allows people to learn about your business and if they are interested they can follow you to find out more. Many people forget that one of the keywords in describing Facebook is “SOCIAL!” So think of it as if you are socializing at a networking event, or take…

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Simple Things That Change When You Become A Music School

Are your eyes set on growth? Or maybe just to reduce your teaching schedule so that you can spend more time doing things you love?   When you have been operating your private music lesson business for so many years you may start to wonder if you should turn your private studio into a music…

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Different Styles of Music Lesson Businesses

Not every music lesson business is set up in the same way. Some music schools are set up to duplicate the founding teacher in order to allow that teacher to grow their studio and others are set up in a style to allow the music teacher to just operate as the sole teacher. Here’s a…

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How To Analyze An Advertising Opportunity For Your Music School

When you need to increase your enrollment in your music school, the most reliable option people turn to may be advertising and with so many options from social media, flyers, kids magazines -how do you know which routes will be most effective? Especially when your allocated budget is limited. You have no interest in wasting…

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