Build a Better Website
Break through and start reaching prospective students more effectively RIGHT NOW.
Frustrated with your website? You aren't alone.
You tried reading blogs and books about web design. It's pretty confusing, right?
I spent years learning about the essential parts of a website for MUSIC TEACHERS.
I read all of those boring blog posts filled with technical data and deciphered them into a language that makes sense for music teachers. You get to take advantage of the many hours that I spent in front of a computer figuring all of this stuff out. I put it in a nice, concise package full of small, manageable chunks designed to get you working on your website immediately.
This isn't filled with technical jargon, html code, or anything fancy....this is just good, solid trusted advice that will make your website better.
Aren't you ready for more people to find your website?
Aren't you ready for those website visitors to convert and become students?
It worked for me and it will work for you. Let's do this!
Get started now!
Get started now!
I'm that weird guy that ended up loving business and marketing as much as I love music and teaching.
While most small business owners are content to stay in their bubble and let someone else handle all of that business stuff, I dug in and learned to help my studio grow. I have years pouring over information and translating it into a language that music teachers can understand so that you don't have to. I'm here to make your job easier, so that you can get back to doing what you love.
I'm a multi-instrumentalist teacher (guitar, piano, drums, bass, guitar, ukulele, sax, and a few others) with experience teaching in a variety of locations. Everything from music stores to my house to arts academies and churches to finally opening my own multi-teacher commercial location in 2014. I started The Studio Challenge Facebook group in 2016 and have since helped thousands of music teachers to learn about the business side of teaching and growing their studios.
I've been there and I understand where you are and what you're going through. It's time to break through and help your studio grow. Let's do this!