I’ve put together a little hosting guide, because the question I receive the most often from those who are looking to build a website is “how do I know what hosting company to use?”
Transitioning to teaching music online hasn’t been easy for anyone – myself included! In the first article in this two part series, we discuss some tech setups that help to make the online music lesson experience WAY better for both the student and teacher!
Website page speed is one important user experience issue that should be taken into consideration when building a website to market your music lesson business. In this article, we will take a look at a few of the reasons your website may not be loading as fast as you’d like, and how/when you can fix it.
There are a lot of features to choose from when building a website for your business. Videos, slideshows, backgrounds, moving objects, etc! In this article, we are going to discuss the MUST have features in order to have a successful music lesson website.
There are a lot of misconceptions about search engine optimization floating around the internet. In this post, we discuss what you should NOT expect out of SEO.
Taking someone else’s intellectual property and using it for your own purposes without permisssion is wrong. It can also have adverse affects on your website and therefore, your business. Avoid copyright infringement by not taking others’ work and passing it off as your own.
Are you sitting around and asking yourself why the new student inquiries aren’t flowing in? Stop asking yourself that question, and instead ask yourself these…
Your time and money are valuable. Many people consider outsourcing a website to save both of those things, but don’t realize it is often not the best choice. Here is a look into a few of the headaches you may encounter if you decide to outsource building your music lesson website.
Learn the 5 simple things you can fix NOW on your music teacher website to help with SEO !