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4 Challenges Of Every Music School Owner, Actually All Small Businesses

Nov 8, 2019 9:57:15 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in coaching for small business owners, common business challenges, small business basics, 4 challenges of small biz, advice for music teachers, best practices, making money from music, marketing for music teachers, Mindset, Blog, business 101, Successful Teaching Business, business for musicians, fundamentals of business, how to run a successful music studio

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So you know you can teach music...congratulations!

It’s only the first step.

Offering your services and successfully running a profitable business is a whole other problem. This is the problem most music teachers who want to grow a successful business face.

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How To Run Your Teaching Biz Like A Badass Boss

Mar 30, 2019 7:46:07 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in business coaching, business success, pricing strategies for music teachers, Seth godin, success coaching, todd Herman, best practices, coaching for music teachers, entrepreneurship, marketing for music teachers, Mindset, music academy success, small business coaching, small business roadmap, solopreneur, Successful Teaching Business, business strategies for music schools, harv eker, Michael port, Monica shah, music teacher business roadmap, professional development, Business coaching for music teachers, business for music teachers, business management for music teachers, stages of business growth

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I love money. I love everything about it. I bought some pretty good stuff. Got me a $300 pair of socks. Got a fur sink. An electric dog polisher. A gasoline powered turtleneck sweater. And, of course, I bought some dumb stuff, too. - Steve Martin

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Why price is the most important factor for private music teachers

Jan 4, 2017 8:56:25 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in average cost of music lessons, business coaching, pricing for small business, pricing of services, setting prices, creative coaching, marketing for music teachers, mentoring, Mindset, average price of music lessons, Successful Teaching Business, how to set your price, price survey results, pricing, pricing your teaching services, price of music lessons

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Pricing your music teaching services is one of the trickiest parts of running your business.

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Why preschoolers are the best clients for private music teachers

Nov 14, 2016 9:14:13 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in growing your music teaching business, how to get more students, how to retain your music students, preschool music, small business success, strategies for music teachers, teach preschoolers music, marketing for music teachers, Mindset, Successful Teaching Business, how to be successful as a music teacher, music teaching as a business, preschoolers, where to get more music students, Business coaching for music teachers, marketing your music studio, success for private music teachers, teaching preschoolers music, who are the best clients for music teachers

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Music teachers need students  

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How do I know what to say on my music teaching website?

Oct 1, 2016 12:37:45 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in About The Method, attracting customers, coaching, focus, standing out, teaching as a business, lead generation, lead generation for music teachers, managing a business, marketing for music teachers, marketing tips, niche, running a music teaching business, small business, Blog, Successful Teaching Business, consulting, copywriting, copywriting for music teachers, education, lead qualification, music teacher website, business, business management for music teachers, music education, websites for music teachers

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https://youtu.be/5fJHgMOvs90

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What Are The Top 5 Mistakes Of Music Teacher Websites?

Jul 11, 2016 12:52:50 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in Uncategorized, websites, marketing for music teachers, mistakes, music teacher, small business, Successful Teaching Business, marketing, business, how to make your first website, resources for music teachers, sales, website review

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Every music teacher needs a website.  It’s like having a virtual office and provides a way to communicate with your students and your potential students.  As a business owner, you know this is as important as your storefront.

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What Is The Best Music Teacher Marketing? Hint: It's Easy

Jun 14, 2016 2:53:10 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in teacher training, teaching music, tips for teachers, best practices, marketing for music teachers, music instruction, music recitals, music teacher, music teaching business, advice for music teaching, Successful Teaching Business, marketing, music school, word of mouth, importance of recitals, independent music teachers, promoting, recitals, public events

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So what is the best music teacher marketing?

Many independent music teachers are always asking me how do I get more students?  There are many avenues for music teacher marketing, but let’s first start with your current clients.  If you are doing a great job with teaching, your current clients will naturally tell their friends, family and neighbors.  Your best clients are always your current clients.  Treat them like VIP’s!  They will naturally send you more business.  And one way to celebrate their success with you is through public recitals.

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