Posts in Client Websites
Own a Large Studio? Make Your Website Simple + Powerful.

Do you own a mid-size or large studio?

Do you offer several different programs or employ other teachers?

If so, you have a lot of important information to share with parents on your website.

Bad news: a large studio website with a lot of information will easily overwhelm parents. Unsure of how to quickly find what they need, they will leave in search of a clearer, simpler option.

Good news: by putting a little time and effort into your website layout, you can make sure that everyone who visits your website knows exactly where to go - and how to get there quickly.

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Your Website: Business Card or Power Tool?

A few years ago, your website was likely a simple online presence that listed what you offered and how to contact you - a virtual business card.

Today, though, you can expect far more from your website.

It's a powerful tool for attracting new students, educating parents about music lessons, sharing your policies, connecting with new families, and showcasing the unique qualities of your studio.

Your website is also capable of helping you manage your studio with ease. You can offer tuition payment options, scheduling, enrollment, interactive calendars, and share parent resources.

In this blog post, you’ll see how a teacher in Southern California used a website reboot to prepare for huge studio growth by taking her website from business card to power tool.

You will learn how to use these same techniques to increase the power of you own website and make your job much easier.

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Leila Viss + 88 Piano Keys

Are you are active in online piano teaching communities? If so, you probably know of Leila Viss.

Leila is known for helping teachers infuse their teaching with creativity. For example, she literally wrote the book on using the iPad in your piano studio. And Leila is a primary reason why piano students everywhere are hooked on bucket drumming.

Leila also heads the 88 Creative Keys Workshop in Denver each summer, along with Bradley Sowash, which is the most inspiring event I’ve ever attended as a teacher.

Leila wears many important hats in the field of piano pedagogy, including teacher, clinician, blogger, and consultant.

We were excited when Leila asked us to build a new website for her, and can't wait to share it with you.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this post:

→ How we created a clear path for Leila’s website

→ Why it’s vital that YOUR website has a clear path

→ How to build that clear path for your website visitors

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Want a Stunning Website? Use Photos.

What’s your favorite website?

Why is it your favorite?

Chances are very good that it’s visually stunning.

A great website is well-organized, easy to navigate, clear in communicating information, and has strong SEO. However, those aren’t enough to wow your audience.

The “wow” factor in your studio website begins with your photos.

In this post, you’ll see what that “wow” factor looks like in a Colorado teacher's website.

You’ll learn how to get great photos of your own, and you’ll learn how to use them to build a website that parents can’t forget.

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Want Your Website to Support Big Studio Growth?

Ever wondered what it would look like to transform your studio website?

If you’ve been reading the Studio Rocket Web Design blog, you’ve seen a number of tips on how to make your website great.

In this post, you will see how these these elements helped us build a website to support big growth for a music teacher in California.

Do you need a little inspiration to get started on your own website? You will find it right here.

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