TTTV043: Building Impact and Income with David Cutler
by Tim Topham
If you’ve been following the blog or podcast for any time at all, I’m sure you’ve heard of today’s guest. David Cutler wrote the indispensable book ‘The Savvy Music Teacher‘, that I recommend to any music teacher who’s looking to up their game. As David says, the world is changing. If you want to stand ... TTTV043: Building Impact and Income with David Cutler
When Hugh Sung went paperless and started creating page turning pedals, the iPad was a long way off from being invented. Through Airturn, Hugh discovered the art of business, and learned to love this part of his work. Hugh used this business attitude to build up his online teaching, and now reaches hundreds of students a ... TTTV042: The Art of Music Business with Hugh Sung
Do you identify as a business owner? Do you see yourself as an entrepreneur? The more you treat your piano teaching as a business, the more others will too. Even if you’re happy with how things are running at the moment, some business savvy could improve your studio. The first business month podcast profiles the ... TTTV041: From Teacher to CEO with Brandon Pearce
Eight Tips On Setting Up A Piano Teaching Business
by Martyn Croston
This is a guest post by Martyn Croston which originally appeared on his website www.musicteacherinfo.com Starting any business takes a lot of perseverance and patience. Some people compare it to bringing up a child or having a relationship – more often than not it’s a total rollercoaster! But if you strongly believe and enjoy what ... Eight Tips On Setting Up A Piano Teaching Business
Don’t miss online music business training from Wendy Stevens!
by Tim Topham
Need help with the business aspects of your studio? I just wanted to let you know that Wendy Stevens, one of my favourite teachers and bloggers from the USA, has just opened-up registrations for two online training events to help you run your piano teaching studio more effectively. The events will be run as 90-minute ... Don’t miss online music business training from Wendy Stevens!
How to earn more money from your music teaching business | eBook review
by Tim Topham
You've got a website, right? If you really want to compete in the 21st Century as a piano teacher, you need a regularly-maintained and informative studio website and you need to know how to market yourself in the online world. This is the subject of a great ebook by UK-based teacher, Martyn Croson called How to ... How to earn more money from your music teaching business | eBook review
How to Find New Piano Students | Part 1: The Marketing Plan
by Doug Hanvey
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
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