STG 101 : How To Choose The Right Business Name For Your Teaching Studio


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Have you ever seen a business with a really bad name…or worse yet, a name that you never even bothered to remember at all? Your business name really can make or break your teaching studio, and if you design a great name, it can become one of your biggest marketing advantages.

In this episode, I’ll explain how to turn your business name into a marketing tool to help you grow your teaching studio. I’ll get into several components of a great name, expose some big mistakes to avoid when you name your business and I’ll wrap things up with some step by step instructions on how to choose the most effective name for your teaching studio.

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STG 101 : How To Choose The Right Business Name For Your Teaching Studio was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder