Posts tagged studio blog
Expert Roundup: How Your Favorite Teachers Use Social Media

To round out this series on staying connected with your studio, Megan Desmarais and I have teamed up to interview a few expert teachers on how they use social media.

We asked each teacher three simple questions about what they use, what goals they are able to achieve, and how they stay consistent on their chosen platform.

We received some fantastic answers - including a few we weren’t expecting!

Here’s what Marie Lee, Sara Campbell, Amy Chaplin, Nicola Cantan, and other experts had to say:

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Studio Blog + Social Media: What's Right for You? pt. 2 with Megan Desmarais

As a music teacher, have you ever wondered whether you should keep a blog for your studio? Have you tried to decide whether a blog - or Facebook, or Instagram - is worth the effort?

Last week, long-time piano teacher and blogger Megan Desmarais shared her blogging experience with us.

This week, Megan steps you through how to choose the very best option for your lifestyle and goals.

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Studio Blog + Social Media: What's Right For You? with Megan Desmarais

Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll dive into a hot topic for many teachers right now: blogging and social media for your studio. You’ll learn about the pros and cons of blogging and social media - how to decide what’s the right fit for you.

This week and next week feature guest blogger Megan Desmarais. Megan is an expert in the field of studio blogging and has kept a long-time blog for both students and other teachers at Very Piano. Megan’s blog is filled with high-quality content, and she shares with us from her wealth of experience.

If you’re teaching music lessons in the 21st century you need some sort of online presence; whether it’s a studio website, social media accounts, a blog, or all of the above.

 

People are so connected online these days that if you’re ignoring all of these forms of communication you’re hiding from nearly all of your current and future clients.

 

While blogging definitely has its place in many successful businesses, it’s not for everyone.

 

If you’re trying to decide whether a studio blog is right for you, keep reading.

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