Do you ever feel insignificant in your guitar teaching studio, like nobody else in your community really knows you exist? You probably have some larger businesses in your city that get tons of media exposure, newspaper write-ups and interviews, but did you know that with a good plan, some hard work and a little patience, you can can get the same thing for your business? It’s called “making a splash” or “public relations”, and it doesn’t have to cost a bunch of money or be reserved for the chosen few. You can get similar exposure for your small teaching studio, and this episode will give you a plan for exactly how to do it.
In this special podcast episode, I’ll explain what a steady stream of media exposure can do for your teaching studio, I’ll talk about the advantages of becoming a local celebrity in your community (and how that can help your business in more ways than one), and I’ll give you a three-part action plan that you can start implementing in your business right away to begin getting local media exposure. It probably won’t happen overnight, but if you pursue a long-term public relations strategy in your studio you can become the “go to” guitar teacher in your area and have a much higher level of success.
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