Bass Lesson Website

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by JMills56, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. JMills56

    JMills56 Guest

    Sep 1, 2011
    Hey all, I don't post on here much but I seem to read just about everything. :D Anyways, I have been teaching guitar lessons regularly now since I am retired, and I am ready to step up my small business I have going. I think that making a website will help get me noticed more, because it seems like everyone has a website now. I think I can make my own, and I am just looking for something to bring in more students around my area.

    I would like your opinion or suggestions on what to include on my guitar lesson website, and what to avoid. If you were surfing the web for a guitar lesson teacher, what would make you choose one person over the other? I think I am just going to make a basic one based off of a free template because I see no reason to get overly complicated.

    Thanks for the help, and keep on jamming!
  2. germ_77

    germ_77 Guest

    Jul 16, 2011
    I would say keep it simple and put on your credentials.

    No need to make some crazy flashy webpage with all kinds of useless info, etc.

    Explain your teaching style and history, maybe make a few free lesson videos linked from youtube (I think youtube lessons would be a great way to get people interested in taking lessons from someone as they can see a bit of the persons personality and teaching style).