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Tangible, actionable and relevant information for music teachers who are expanding online with courses, membership sites, workshops and interactive group programs. Tune in for musings, conversations, tech tips and motivation that is all designed to help your music studio have greater impact and income online!

Music Teachers: Expand Online Jaime Slutzky

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 20 Ratings

Tangible, actionable and relevant information for music teachers who are expanding online with courses, membership sites, workshops and interactive group programs. Tune in for musings, conversations, tech tips and motivation that is all designed to help your music studio have greater impact and income online!

    268: How to Create an Incredible Experience for Your Online Course Students

    268: How to Create an Incredible Experience for Your Online Course Students

    In this episode of the Music Teachers Expanding Online podcast, host Jaime Slutzky discusses the importance of creating a connection with online course students. She emphasizes that while good content is important, students should also be enamored with the teacher. Jamie gives tips on how to create a welcome sequence, drip content, and re-engagement emails to provide students with an unforgettable experience. She also discusses the importance of community and direct feedback to support students and build a connection with them.
    Highlights:
    Using welcome sequences, drip content, and re-engagement emails for students inside their course to provide them with an unforgettable experience. Connecting through private feedback and live group calls. Creating a space for students to interact with each other and ask questions such as a Facebook group or Thinkific Community.









    Download the brand new Profitable Online Music Course Blueprint Here! Learn more about the Online Music Course Accelerator Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom - Book a call with me to discuss your path forward!

    • 13 min
    267: Tips for Recording Video for Online Music Courses

    267: Tips for Recording Video for Online Music Courses

    In this episode of the Music Teachers Expand Online Podcast, host Jaime Slutzky shares tips on how to record video for online music courses. She describes the three types of videos music teachers can create, including talking head videos, screen capture videos, and demonstrative videos, and suggests that a hybrid of these video types may be required for a particular lesson.
    Jaime also provides two approaches for recording these videos, including using multi-cam or OBS type software on the front end, or doing post-editing using video editing software like iMovie or Camtasia.
    Key Points:
    Three types of videos that music teachers can create for their online courses: talking head videos, screen capture videos, and demonstrative videos Create a predictable recording space including position of the camera, background and lighting When using notes or a script, position the content so that you can access it while still making a connection with your student through the screen And finally done is better than perfect Resources:
    Online Music Course Accelerator version 2.0 Camtasia (video editing software)


     







    Download the brand new Profitable Online Music Course Blueprint Here! Apply for the Online Music Course Accelerator today. Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom - Book a call with me to discuss your path forward!

    • 13 min
    266: Online music course goals and metrics

    266: Online music course goals and metrics

    In this episode of the Music Teachers Expand Online Podcast our host, Jaime Slutzky, discusses the tangible and measurable side of online course creation. Namely, making sure that your online efforts contribute in a tangible way to course sales.
    She emphasizes the importance of creating an audience first before creating the course and validating the offer by ensuring it matches what the audience wants and needs.
    The areas Jaime discusses in regards to goals and metrics are
    Audience building, audience growth and audience awareness goals. Sales goals (use the good-better-best methodology) Course content creation metrics (aka timeline to actually get the course created!) Tracking and goal setting for your online marketing efforts Understand the way a student interacts and flows through your tech (this isn't exactly a goal or metric, but critical to feeling confident in selling!) Download the brand new Profitable Online Music Course Blueprint Here! Top takeaways:
    Creating a profitable online music course requires setting goals and metrics to ensure success. It is important to use tools like spreadsheets or apps to track progress and interactions instead of relying on memory. You can start selling your course even before it's fully created, but make sure you have a structured course outline and know what goals the course will help students achieve to instill confidence in your potential customers. Apply for the Online Music Course Accelerator today. Tools Mentioned: Thinkific ConvertKit Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom - Book a call with me to discuss your path forward!

    • 13 min
    265: Pricing your online music course

    265: Pricing your online music course

    In this episode of the Music Teachers Expand Online Podcast, Jaime Slutzky talks about how to price your online music course. She stresses that pricing a course is not just grabbing a number out of thin air, but a matter of understanding what the market will pay and how much you are comfortable charging. 
    To determine the price of your course, she suggests three things to think about:
    why the course exists in the market, who the course is for, and how to tie the price of the course to the other modalities in your studio Download the brand new Profitable Online Music Course Blueprint Here! Top takeaways:
    Pricing a course is not simply grabbing a number out of thin air. It's a matter of really understanding what the market will pay and how much you are comfortable charging. The goal of your course and how it will benefit the student will factor into the price you can charge. Consider your target audience's budget, pricing preferences and, the price point of other products and services they would be interested in. Apply for the Online Music Course Accelerator today. Learn More About Elevate Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom - Book a call with me to discuss your path forward!

    • 15 min
    264: Building your online music course content

    264: Building your online music course content

    In this episode of the Music Teachers Expand Online Podcast, Jaime Slutzky explores the different approaches to creating an online music course.
    The three approaches are:
    Having your course 100% complete before selling Just-in time creation Teaching live  Jaime discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each approach and offers tips on how to choose the best approach for you and your students.
    This podcast is sponsored by the Online Music Course Accelerator program which is a comprehensive online program that is designed to help music teachers create successful online music courses that can increase both their top-line and bottom-line revenue. The program offers marketing, tech, mindset, how-to strategy templates, swipe files, and back-end tech support that are tailored specifically for online music courses.
    Traditional creation method (complete course material before selling)
    Advantages lack of time constraints ability to be a perfectionist and confidence in knowing exactly what the course will deliver Disadvantages uncertainty about return on investment potential for going too deep or shallow on a topic overloading the course Just in time creation method
    Advantages flexibility faster ROI and ability to adapt to student needs Disadvantages potential for course content to be inconsistent and the need for effective time management Teaching live
    Advantages building a relationship with students  and getting immediate feedback Disadvantages potential for technical issues requires confidence in selling so the teaching audience is large enough to benefit the course material and the need to be comfortable with improvisation Jaime recommends the just in time creation method for most of her clients because it is the most likely way to create your music course while continuing to teach and run the other aspects of your music studio.
    Apply for the Online Music Course Accelerator today. Learn More About Elevate Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom - Book a call with me to discuss your path forward! Get your free guide to making money teaching music online here!

    • 19 min
    263: Weaving online courses into your music studio

    263: Weaving online courses into your music studio

    Our host, Jaime Slutzky, shares insights on how to create online music courses to increase revenue and build the music studio of your dreams.
    The underlying question posed and answered in this episode is why having an online music course an amazing tool and a surefire way to increase revenue for music teachers?
    This podcast is sponsored by the Online Music Course Accelerator program which is a comprehensive online program that is designed to help music teachers create successful online music courses that can increase both their top-line and bottom-line revenue. The program offers marketing, tech, mindset, how-to strategy templates, swipe files, and back-end tech support that are tailored specifically for online music courses.
    The episode focuses on the five types of online music courses that can be created:
    Complimentary courses - courses that complement the lessons being taught, marketed to current and past students
    Supplementary courses - courses that supplement other learning materials or modalities, marketed to other people's students or those learning from free resources
    Prerequisite courses - courses that establish a baseline for instruction and help students get into the vibe of the studio or teacher quickly
    Courses for teachers - courses designed to help other music teachers improve their skills and teaching methods
    Courses for family members - courses designed to help family members support the musical development of their loved ones
    The episode also briefly touches on the concept of goal-specific courses, which focus on helping students achieve a specific musical goal.
    Being a student in the online space is crucial for music teachers looking to expand their business. Jaime provides practical advice on how to be a better student by implementing what you've learned, recording your learnings in one place, and committing to the process.
    Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom - Book a call with me to discuss your path forward! Get your free guide to making money teaching music online here!
    Apply for the Online Music Course Accelerator today.

    • 17 min

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Helpful for music teachers

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