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Oct. 17th, 2006 | 11:20 am

I want to change the way I've been advertising my piano studio, just to make it different and stand out from all the other teachers in the area.

I'm just wanting to stray away from the general "great piano teacher, patient, has the right credentials..." etc.

Have you lovely people ever read, or are familiar with teachers who use any sort of catchy phrase when advertising your studio, or anything else that is not representative of stuffy music lessons?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you may have for a budding studio. :)

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Give it a little edge

…at least i'm flying free

From: emaline412
Date: Oct. 17th, 2006 04:32 pm (UTC)
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"Tickles more than the ivories ..."

I don't know. Good luck :P

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Re: Give it a little edge

mercymercyme

From: mercymercyme
Date: Oct. 17th, 2006 04:34 pm (UTC)
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No, see, that's fabulous. That's exactly what I'm talking about, but sometimes it just has to be more a collaboration thing like that.

I just read a book about the topic of making your business 'unique' and able to 'stand out' and one of the things it preached is that sometimes you're not going to be able to please everyone with your tag.

Thanks, Paige. You're swell. :D

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Graple

RØB Severson

From: jabberwocky
Date: Oct. 17th, 2006 05:34 pm (UTC)
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You definitely need to use the word AWESOME in the description. I would definitely call up a piano teacher if AWESOME (or better still, but more obscure, JAWSOME) was in his/her profile.

In fact, if AWESOME is in yer ad, I will be your piano student for sure.

Another good thing is to make outrageous claims; "PLAY LIKE FATS DOMINO IN JUST TWO WEEKS!" is a phrase that'd make me sign up right away, even though I'd know it wasn't true.

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How about...

JonTheDull

From: jonthedull
Date: Oct. 17th, 2006 11:31 pm (UTC)
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"Free penguin with each lesson!"

or how about

"Unlike other piano teachers I don't have a walrus trained to hump you every time you hit the wrong key!"

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Better idea...

JonTheDull

From: jonthedull
Date: Oct. 17th, 2006 11:55 pm (UTC)
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"Use the piano in your living room to do more than display photos of dead relatives! Let me teach you how!"

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Emily

From: fatesarchitect
Date: Dec. 2nd, 2006 02:34 pm (UTC)
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Hey,

I'm possibly interested in the condo. Drop me an email at fatesarchitect at gmail dot com.

Thanks!

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