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How to Grow Your Studio Through Facebook Advertising

Make sure your money is going to use.

How to Raise Your Piano Tuition Costs (Because You’re Worth It!)

It can be awkward, but don't be afraid to ask for more money.

How to Scale and Grow Your Music Studio Like a Pro

Are you ready to take your business to the next level?

How to Create Easy Designs for the Everyday Business Owner

Have you noticed that running your own music studio is no longer about just about teaching music?  We have become busy business owners with many roles to fill. Teaching. Bookkeeping. Marketing. Social media updates. Nurturing client relationships. And, the list goes on. Whether your studio is in a commercial space, your home, or your students’ ... How to Create Easy Designs for the Everyday Business Owner

2017 in Review: Webinars, Courses and More

Let’s keep looking back at 2017 in our review series. Today, we take a look at the free piano webinars we ran during the year. If you missed out on one, you can still catch a webinar replay by registering. Head to this page to find out how. Also, why not catch up on our ... 2017 in Review: Webinars, Courses and More

2017 in Review: Piano Business and Marketing

Welcome to our second 2017 in Review post, as we continue to look back on what has been a fantastic year of piano teaching resources on dev.topmusic.co. Today, we look back at our best and most popular resources on a topic that is often relegated to a piano teacher’s last thought: Piano Business and Marketing. You may ... 2017 in Review: Piano Business and Marketing

 

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Blog Roundup: Best Business Articles from Around the Web

Continuous Learning There’s only so much we can cover in one month when it comes to any given topic. In the case of this month, we have been looking at Piano Studio Business and Marketing. Make sure you check out the opening post of the month which has links to all of the content we have ... Blog Roundup: Best Business Articles from Around the Web

7 Piano Experts Share Their Business Growing Tips

Business Growing Tips  Welcome to June's expert roundup focusing on business growing tips. As you know, this month we are exploring everything to do with Studio Business and Marketing.    So, I gathered some music business experts and asked them what is the ​one critical skill they focused on to grow their music business.    ... 7 Piano Experts Share Their Business Growing Tips

From First Contact to First Lesson: How to Sell Your Creative Piano Teaching

I’ve never been one to give much thought to ringtones, but when I sat down to write this post on the business of teaching piano, I said to myself, “I’m going to change my ringtone to cha-ching.” Even in our online world, nothing brings students in like a real-time phone conversation. And nothing keeps them in ... From First Contact to First Lesson: How to Sell Your Creative Piano Teaching

Piano Studio Business and Marketing

I’m very pleased that this month we will be focussing on the business side of running your piano teaching studio. We last studied this topic in May 2016 with articles about building early childhood music programs, running a travelling piano school, how to hire piano teachers and exploring marketing case studies from a number of my ... Piano Studio Business and Marketing

How to find new piano students | Part 2: Strategies, Tools and Methods

This is the second in a 2-part series by guest blogger, Doug Hanvey, about how to market your studio and find new piano students. Part One discussed how to set up a quick marketing strategy. Did you get your free infographic from the last post? Check it out here. Introduction In Part One, I discussed ... How to find new piano students | Part 2: Strategies, Tools and Methods

How to Find New Piano Students | Part 1: The Marketing Plan

Are you a new teacher looking to build your piano studio? Or have you recently lost a few students who’ve graduated or moved on? Perhaps you’d like to expand your already-thriving studio and hire other teachers to help. Whatever your situation, if you’re on the lookout for new students to build your business, then this series ... How to Find New Piano Students | Part 1: The Marketing Plan