New PrivateLessons.com e-Book on Successful Music Studio Promotion

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Free e-book, Converting Web Inquiries into Private Music Students, aims to help private music teachers achieve faster and better results.

PrivateLessons.com, top ranking membership-based network of independent music teachers across US/Canada, published a free e-book: Converting Web Inquiries into Private Music Students.

Published in a blog format, the e-book is easy to bookmark, e-mail to other musicians and syndicate. Visit: http://privatelessons-e-book.blogspot.com

“Web marketing has become the most profitable promotional vehicle for private music teachers,” writes Ghenady Meirson, the e-book author and PrivateLessons.com founder. “When done right, online marketing can generate consistent flow of student leads allowing you to use your valuable time focusing on essential tasks.”

‘Converting Web Inquiries into Private Music Students’ includes 17 very short chapters that give a clear roadmap to effective online marketing, focusing on what is important and what works.

According to Ghenady, trustworthy context with a clear message to prospective music students is sure to help musicians pave the road to success.

Chapter #4 entitled ‘What Makes Web Marketing Work’ summarizes the keys that set things in motion:

  • Web presence with some content
  • Being found at the right place at the right time
  • Telling a credible story to drive action

“Since PrivateLessons.com is highly visible, we began promoting to our own audience giving the e-book quick and sizable distribution,” says Ghenady. “We hope this e-book reaches many musicians and helps them succeed.”

About the Author

Ghenady Meirson is the founder of PrivateLessons.com (http://www.privatelessons.com). He teaches on the faculty at both The Curtis Institute of Music (http://www.curtis.edu) and the Academy of Vocal Arts (http://www.avaopera.org) in Philadelphia. His piano solo CD “Songs & Dances” (http://www.privatelessons.com/artists/11/cd.htm) debuted in 2005 and 2 new piano solo recordings are on schedule to release in 2006/07.

About PrivateLessons.com    

Founded in 1996, PrivateLessons.com membership attracts classical, jazz, pop and rock musicians. Over 83% hold college degrees. While some members teach exclusively, most are active teachers, performers and recording artists.

One-year PrivateLessons.com Membership fee is $99 (US). Interested musicians can join by visiting: http://www.privatelessons.com/join.htm

Over 200,000 people visit PrivateLessons.com monthly to find a music teacher. Majority of PrivateLessons.com patrons include families with kids and adult music students. The network is also a resource of talent for arts and entertainment companies, corporate special events produces and large music institutions.

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