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The Start Teaching Guitar Podcast

STG 085 : Growing Your Teaching Studio Through Special Promotions & Sales

 

  There are two ways you can use marketing & advertising to bring in new guitar students: “slow and steady over time” and “in chunks”. Most of your marketing efforts will be focused on keeping a slow and steady stream of prospects and referrals coming in, but once in a while it can be very […]

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STG 057 : How To Track Leads And Convert Them Into Guitar Students

Have you ever been so busy with teaching guitar lessons and keeping your business running that you forgot to call back someone who was interested in becoming your student? It’s a common problem once your teaching business starts to get some traction, but you don’t have to lose new students just because you can’t keep […]

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STG 055 : How To Use Online Classified Ads To Attract More Guitar Students

In this episode, I’ll be covering how to use online classified ads to advertise your teaching business more effectively and attract new guitar students. Classified ads may not be the biggest avenue for new students, but it’s an advantageous one to check into because they are easy to set up and don’t cost you any […]

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The Cheap Guitar Teacher’s Guide To Online Teaching Directories

 

 Advertising your teaching business to attract more students can be an expensive and sometimes overwhelming proposition, but it doesn’t HAVE to be. Thanks to the ever-growing Internet, there are tons of low-cost and even NO COST ways to “hang up your shingle” as a guitar teacher and let people know about the services you have […]

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10 Online Resources To Help You Grow Your Teaching Business

 

 The Internet is an amazing tool to help you start and grow your own teaching business…being “online” gives you access to resources that guitar teachers 20 years ago could have only dreamed about. Everything from tools to help you schedule your lesson appointments easier to tools that allow you to get paid more efficiently (and […]

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