Music Lesson Podcast


The #1 Challenge With Running a Music School | EP 175



June 24, 2022

A  Music School’s Number One Challenge   The better the relationship the student has with the teacher, the better retention you’ll have.   I believe that the number one challenge with running a music school centers around music instructors and the tension that they can create within your business. Tension that they can create with … Continue reading “The #1 Challenge With Running a Music School | EP 175”



How to Gain a Competitive Edge For Your Music School | Ep 174



June 16, 2022

What Makes Your Music School Different?    A part of that music lesson experience doesn’t necessarily have to be the music lesson itself because your whole music school is an experience.   I just heard this quote: “It’s not bad to be better, but it’s better to be different.” We can apply that to the … Continue reading “How to Gain a Competitive Edge For Your Music School | Ep 174”



7 Ways to Make Your Customers Feel More Appreciated | EP 173



May 28, 2022

Customer Experience is a Part of Your Music School Marketing In last week’s episode, I talked about marketing as a wheel with different spokes on it. One of those spokes would be customer experience. Customer experience is obviously important when it comes to student retention, but I encourage you to think of customer experience as … Continue reading “7 Ways to Make Your Customers Feel More Appreciated | EP 173”



How to Advertise Your Music Lessons and Promote Your Studio | EP 172



May 20, 2022

Advertise Your Music Lessons  I don’t write that much about advertising in this blog. I focus more on general marketing concepts. Episode 97 called How to Write Facebook Ads for Music Lessons takes a deep dive into the creative side of Facebook Ads. Specifically how to write an advertisement. In this post, I’m going to … Continue reading “How to Advertise Your Music Lessons and Promote Your Studio | EP 172”



Five Phrases to Avoid in Your Music School’s Marketing | EP 171



May 12, 2022

[…] Zig Ziglar says “Lead with need”, meaning your marketing message should initially focus on the customer’s needs, their wants, their hopes, and their dreams. That’s what’s going to hook them. That’s what’s going to captivate their attention. Your Music School’s Marketing Message There are 5 marketing statements that perhaps 70- 80% of music schools … Continue reading “Five Phrases to Avoid in Your Music School’s Marketing | EP 171”