STG 047 : How To Attract The RIGHT Guitar Students

The Start Teaching Guitar Podcast

When it comes to attracting new guitar students, QUALITY is more important than QUANTITY. It’s pretty easy to get a bunch of new students through advertising, but many times the students you GET are not the students you WANT.

In this episode, I’ll explain why you need to focus on teaching the RIGHT students, and not just go after everybody with a wallet. This is one of those foundational business concepts that can make your business a LOT more successful…IF you have the COURAGE to put it into practice!

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Items Mentioned In This Episode:

Article – Sherman Oaks Patch Article about Girls Guitar School
Link – Girls Guitar School Website
Link – Group Guitar Launch Formula

STG 047 : How To Attract The RIGHT Guitar Students was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder