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How to Grow Your Studio Through Facebook Advertising

By Tim Topham | Business and Marketing

Oct 15

Facebook Advertising

Facebook Advertising

Facebook advertising can be an amazingly effective marketing tool for piano teachers. However, it can also be a source of much frustration and wasted expenditure!

This week, we will be holding a free online seminar to show you exactly how to make the most of Facebook’s ads platform by avoiding the most common pitfalls and targeting exactly the right people for your messages.

Have you tried Facebook advertising in the past and decided that it wasn’t worth the time, hassle or money?

Perhaps you’ve spent money setting up ads and “boosting” posts before, only to see the cash go straight down the drain?

Perhaps you’ve always wondered about advertising but never known where to start?

Want to know whether Facebook advertising could actually WORK in your studio to build your numbers on autopilot?

If you’ve ever wondered about those questions, then you should definitely consider signing up.

By the way, if you’re not sure how much to spend on Facebook ads, check out this live video I did the other day. Yep, you guessed it, it was on Facebook!

The Importance of Online Advertising

Decades ago, if you wanted to advertise your piano studio, you might have put an ad in the paper.

While that might still work for some people, it has been widely spoken about on my website by a number of expert writers about the importance of advertising yourself in an online platform.

Multiple marketing avenues are the best way to increase your student base, and therefore your income.

Facebook has become inundated with advertising. It’s revolutionalised the ways businesses interact with potential customers.

Just because you might be the only teacher in your studio, or you might even employ a couple of teachers, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use Facebook the way brands like Nike use it.

By getting yourself out there on Facebook, and using Facebook’s algorithms, you can make sure your ads are getting in front of the right audience.

Your ads will be targeted to people in your area and even those who might have an interest in music.

Do Facebook Ads Confuse You?

I’ve used Facebook ads to build an audience of music teachers for my own blog and podcast since 2016 and I also use Facebook to attract people to join my webinars. In fact, YOU might be here because of one of my Facebook ads!

But for many people, it can be a confusing task to get your head around.

All of this talk of targeted advertising and algorithms might all sound a bit confusing.

Especially with the demands of teaching, sometimes you just might not have the time to dedicate to learning about Facebook ads and how it all works.

That’s why I have gotten an expert in the field to talk to you about social media advertising to make it as simple and clear as possible. We want to help you get the most out of your studio and business.

If you’ve ever wondered about Facebook advertising, then I’m delighted to invite you to my next free online training seminar with international Facebook marketing expert, speaker and author of “Facebook Marketing for Dummies”, Andrea Vahl, to answer all your questions and set you up for Facebook Advertising success.

Here’s what we will be covering…

  • Why Use Facebook Ads
  • Calculating the Lifetime Value of a Student
  • Boosting Posts vs Using the Ads Manager
  • Ads Manager Basics
  • What the Facebook Pixel is and why you need it
  • Creating an Eye-catching Ad
  • Reading your Reports – how to know if your ads are working

Just click on the button below to register. More than 300 people have already done so!

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About the Author

Best-known for his blogging and teaching, Tim is also a well-respected presenter, performer and accompanist based in Melbourne, Australia. You can check him out on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.