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What makes a “good” website?

Marketing is a long game and rarely has a quick solution. Your website is a small part of a larger puzzle that is pieced together to advertise music lessons…but what makes a website “good?”


Posted November 16, 2023 by WebMaestra

3 BIG Things to Consider before hiring a web designer to make your music lesson site

Don’t get hung up on minuscule aspects of design without goals and a structured plan! Before you hire someone to design your website, answer these three important questions.


Posted May 9, 2023 by WebMaestra

How to choose Good Photos for Your Music Lesson Website

The photos you choose to put on your website are of the UTMOST importance. Even with the “best” website design, photos can make or break your marketing. You must be careful to consider your brand when selecting photos to put on your website.


Posted November 8, 2022 by WebMaestra

Website Page Speed: What Slows it Down?

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.


Posted January 20, 2020 by WebMaestra

Best Practices for Music Lesson Website Design

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.


Posted January 7, 2020 by WebMaestra

What To Do When Your Website Isn’t Converting

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…


Posted June 20, 2019 by WebMaestra

Why You Should NOT Outsource Your Website

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.


Posted February 26, 2019 by WebMaestra

WebMaestra's Philosophy



Transparency

I take pride in my work and therefore, I am upfront and honest every step of the way.

You will always know what you are paying for, how much approximate time it will take, and how much it costs beforehand.
Integrity

Many web designers outsource important development work and charge a premium for a product that is sub-par. I am strongly against this practice.

I am the one who does the work.

Personalization

Your website is an important marketing tool used to paint an engaging picture of your business.

I will work closely and directly with you to create a website that accurately and positively reflects your music lesson business.
Expertise

Proven marketing experience specific to music lessons as well as unique and versatile technical and copywriting skillsets.

This combination allows me to code, design, and even provide content for your website.