Using an email list that provides “autoresponder” functionality is one of the best ways to reach out to potential students 24×7…while you sleep. If you have a website, but no email list, then you are missing out on new students. Your list lets you nurture people who are interested in lessons and give them all the information they need to make a decision about studying with you, and the Email List Training Course for guitar teachers explains exactly how to set one up, integrate it with your teaching website and use it to attract new students.
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