STG 082 : Branding, Music Lessons and Mind Control


word of mouth referrals

What do people associate with your teaching studio when they come into contact with it? Do you stand out in their minds and create a connection with them? Do they know exactly what you stand for and why they should choose you for guitar lessons? Strong branding is what helps cut through the “white noise” and attract new students into your teaching studio. This is one of those things that many guitar teachers seem to get wrong!

In this podcast episode, I’ll explain exactly what branding IS…and also what it ISN’T. I’ll give you numerous examples of strong brands and also explain how you can learn from them to create a powerful brand of your own.

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STG 082 : Branding, Music Lessons and Mind Control was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder