Dear fellow private music teachers and studio owners,
I’d like to introduce you to Robyn Pfeifer & Music Teaching Success. MTS is a similar blog to MusicLessonBusiness.com, although it comes from a slightly different perspective. Prior to creating MusicLessonBusiness.Com, Robyn’s site was my main resource for information. Be sure to visit Music Teaching Success & download the FREE Report! According to MTS, this report is “The complete guide to free online resources for music teachers; theory, music activities, sheet music and more. Save yourself hours of wandering around the internet searching. We’ve done all the work for you!”
Robyn Pfeifer says that “the goal of Music Teaching Success is to be able to give back to the teaching community and to help others.” She has definitely succeeded in this goal. Here are some articles that you should definitely check out. I encourage you to comment on them and share them with your friends:
- I am a big believer in giving away things for free to get more clients. Here is a great article about volunteering your music teaching talents to get more students.
- Looking to start teaching video music lessons? Check out this video of Kristin Shoemaker, Minnesota-based piano teacher talking to MusicTeachingSuccess.com at the MTNA conference about teaching Piano Lessons Virtually through internet.
- Networking is my sole purpose in life. Learn how to network with music teachers and music professionals.
- Marketing is a must. You need to master promoting your music lessons online and marketing yourself online as a music teacher through social networking tools. In addition, it’s good to learn unconventional ways to market your music lessons.
- At the end of the day, you want to keep your expenses as low as possible. One most frustrating expenses is taxes. This is why it’s important to learn the secrets of music teacher tax deductions.