It’s my absolute pleasure to have one of my Inner Circle members on the podcast today. Janna Carlson is not only a fantastic piano teacher, she’s also launching a business to help other teachers with their piano studio website.
Since switching to group teaching, Janna has seen first-hand the power of an effective site. Her piano studio website keeps enquiries coming in on auto-pilot – so she can focus on improving her teaching.
Janna’s on the show today to give us some insight on what makes for a great site. We cover everything from images to contact forms to formatting. All the things you need to improve (or develop) your own piano studio website.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- What professional development has done for Janna
- How her teaching studio has transformed over the last two years
- Why she is adding another branch to her business
- How she has moved from a “music teacher” to an “entrepreneur”
- Why Janna wants to help teachers with their websites
- What images can do for your studio website
- The best way to write on your website
- Why you need a contact form and contact buttons
- How to get feedback from parents on your website
- What to do if you don’t have a website
- How to update an old website
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Does your piano studio website need some improvement?
Did any of the pitfalls Janna mentioned today hit home? What’s the one area you’re going to make a change in straight away?