260 episodes

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!

    261: Five things you can start right now to create future music course buyers

    261: Five things you can start right now to create future music course buyers

    There is no one right way to create a successful online music course. There are, however, steps you can take now if you want to have an audience ready to buy your music course, even if it's still just an idea rattling around in your mind.
    Our host, Jaime Slutzky, has worked with dozens of music teachers and course creators over the past decade and has seen first hand what separates the profitable and successful creators from the creators who flounder.
    The five things you can do right now are: Niche your messaging List building Talk with prospective students Design your funnel / student journey Focus on what only you can do and outsource and systematize the rest 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!

    • 12 min
    260: Reflecting your core beliefs and values in your online music offers

    260: Reflecting your core beliefs and values in your online music offers

    With a firm understanding of your core beliefs and values, you can build the best online music education programs, courses, membership sites and offers for you and your ideal students.
    Our host, Jaime Slutzky, shares how her core beliefs and values help her create guard rails in her business and how you can use your core beliefs and values to help your students achieve their desired results.
    We discuss values core beliefs 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!

    • 13 min
    259: Selling your online music ed programs

    259: Selling your online music ed programs

    Sales is not a muscle any of us are used to flexing... and you're a music teacher. Your passion and skills are in the education and inspiration and motivation and accountability for your students.
    On the podcast today, our host, Jaime Slutzky, takes us through the most important elements of making the actual sale of your new program, product, course, membership, workshop or whatever it is that you have created!
    This includes: The simplest sales process The one thing every music ed program sale should link to Why a sales page matters Tools mentioned in this episode: Thinkific ConvertKit ThriveCart 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!

    • 13 sec
    258: Creating Your Online Music Course

    258: Creating Your Online Music Course

    Sometimes we just need to do the easy stuff and then tackle the tough stuff. With online music courses, the easy stuff is almost always the teaching side. If you've been teaching the same thing for 2 or more years and feel "in the groove" then you're probably ready to translate what it is that you're doing in your private teaching into an online course.
    Online courses do not need to be created linearly and it's best when you go in with an idea without being rigid about the actual construction.
    On the podcast today, our host, Jaime Slutzky, shares insight on getting your course created quickly.
    This includes: Understanding what you want to include in your course Articulating the goal of the course Developing a clear understanding as to where your students are at the outset of the course Learning objectives, content bridges and glue The material you include in your course is going to come together easier than some of the other components of successful online music courses. The building of an online music course does not need to be linear. And it doesn't need to follow a blueprint, it will be successful when it takes your students to their tangible goal and provides them with successes along the way!
    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!

    • 12 min
    257: Scaling your music studio beyond online lessons

    257: Scaling your music studio beyond online lessons

    Private lessons are just one of a multitude of ways to teach music online. And chances are, since you’re listening to the Music Teachers: Expand Online podcast right now, you’re looking for a way to scale beyond sessions. 
    While there are many ways to scale, they are not all created equal and the path from here to there is curvy on the best of days. So, I’m bringing back this episode from earlier last year all about scaling beyond sessions, so that you can learn the three steps to moving from your current linear revenue model into a dynamic and multi-income path one!
    On the podcast today, our host, Jaime Slutzky, shares the three steps that you need in order to scale beyond sessions…
    These steps are:  Decide Trust Yourself Create Deadlines While these are not the hard work that creates scale, they are absolutely paramount to putting in the effort to create the results you seek!
    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!

    • 11 min
    256: Avoiding shiny objects on social media

    256: Avoiding shiny objects on social media

    Social media is a valuable tool for independent music teachers looking to expand their teaching through online means. When we use social media without a strong strategy we can easily fall prey to shiny objects.
    On the podcast today, our host, Jaime Slutzky, shares with you three social media shiny objects and how to avoid them while using social media as part of your music teaching marketing strategy
    The shiny objects are: Direct Marketing Peer/competitor curiosity Advice threads In this episode, Jaime explains the lure with each of these shiny objects and how to best avoid their pitfalls.
    Connect with Jaime: Instagram Facebook Zoom Get your free guide to making money teaching music online here!

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

MI Music Studio ,

Helpful for music teachers

Jaime gives lots of helpful advice and her founders series introduces various online options.

So helpful and insightful! ,

Helpful and Supportive for Teaching Artists

I really appreciate how supportive Jamie is of artists who teach. I have learned some helpful tools and tips through this podcast and her encouraging words often speak to just what I am feeling.

Trina K K ,

The Podcast

Hi Jaime! I love your podcast. ❤️ You give great insight and useful tips. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I have decided to niche down as a tech va and you are incredible to learn from. Thanks for a great podcast!!

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