Posts tagged parents
A Superhero Website in 5 Steps

Do you have a studio website?

If so, picture your homepage.

How does it make you feel?

Are you proud of how it represents your studio? Is it helping you reach your goals? Does it consistently bring you new students?

Is your website your studio superhero?

Just a few years ago, your website was probably a fancy online business card. It let parents know that your studio existed in their town.

Website technology has come a long way since then. Now your website can easily be your most powerful tool for studio growth - and even has the potential to help you manage your studio.

If your website is not actively helping you reach your studio goals for the year, it’s time to invest some effort in improving it.

If that sounds a little overwhelming, don’t worry; we’re about to break it down into 5 simple, achievable steps.

Grab a cup of coffee, silence your phone, and get ready to amp up the power of your website.

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5 Tips for Getting Great Recital Photos

Your recital is a great opportunity to get photos that showcase your students, their hard work, and your dedication as a teacher.

However, it can be difficult to get great recital photos.

Maybe parents didn’t take good photos to share with you, you didn’t get the shots you were hoping for, or your students just didn’t smile much (I’ve had all of these things happen).

Here are 5 tips to help you make the most of this priceless photo opportunity:

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Want to Stop Explaining Music Lessons to Parents?

Have you ever wondered how much information you should share on your website?

Do you feel like you spend too much time explaining music lessons to potential studio parents?

Do you wonder if you should share your policy on your website, or if that would only discourage potential parents from contacting you?

A studio website that uses clear, concise language will do two valuable things for you...

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