If you can retain piano students in your studio over the long term, your business will be more efficient. You won’t need to keep scrambling for new students if your existing ones stick around.
The key to great student retention rates is nurturing your relationships with the students and their parents. Chantelle Duffield is a master at this and has some wonderful marketing strategies to share with us today.
From email autoresponders that save you time, to little parent check-in ideas, this episode is full of studio marketing gold. Tune in to find out how to retain piano students better and more easily over the long term.
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Did anything hit home in this episode that’s causing your bucket to leak? What do you think you could try to keep students in lessons longer?