When Daniel Patterson’s studio wasn’t magically full three months after graduating college, he realised he had a thing or two to learn about marketing. So he set about finding out everything he could about advertising and growing a music studio.
Daniel now shares what he learnt with other teachers on his blog. If you’re looking to grow your studio, he’s the man to listen to. He knows what works.
Take a listen to find out how to grow your studio and differentiate yourself in a crowded market, why group teaching might deserve a second look, and what advertising methods are best for music teachers.
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Are you happy with the studio size you have? Have you considered going to group teaching to fit in more students?