Author Archives: Eugene Komisarenko

Free Scheduler Or How can Google Calendar Help your Piano Studio?

Google Calendar

Hello and welcome to our blog exploring the questions piano teachers and owners of the home-based piano studios often ask. Have you ever considered using an app for scheduling? There are many paid scheduling products on the market. And one day we will have a separate article about some of them so stay tuned! Today […]

How Much Should I Charge for Piano Lessons?

how-much-to-charge

Hello and welcome to a series of blog posts exploring the questions piano teachers often ask when they start a piano studio. And one of those questions comes from the new piano teachers a lot. How much should I charge? But before we try to answer the question of price, let’s see how much your […]

To Commute or Not to Commute, That is The Question?

To commute or not to commute

Hello and welcome to a series of blog posts exploring the questions piano teachers often ask when they start a piano studio. And one of them is about commuting to a student’s house. In this article let’s see when you would consider traveling to your student’s house to be a viable option and why. Do […]

Do I Need a License to Teach the Piano?

Do I need license to teach the piano?

Hello and welcome to a series of blog posts exploring the questions piano teachers often ask. One of them is about licenses. Consider this blog post a self-starter guide into the topic of licensing. License vs Certificate Occupational licenses are sometimes confused with professional certificates. It may be because some organizations do refer to the […]

How Can Amazon Kindle App Help Piano Teacher?

Amazon Kindle App

Hello piano teacher and welcome to a series of technology-related blog posts from Start Piano Studio. Today we are exploring the usefulness of the Amazon Kindle App for a piano teacher. Intrigued? Keep reading then! Kindle Have you ever heard of Kindle before? It is known to generic public as an e-reader from Amazon. And […]

How to Keep Your Passwords Safe with LastPass

LastPass

Hello and welcome to our series of technology-related blog posts. Our today’s post is unusual in a way that it is more like a shout-out to one of the tools we use a lot and not a tutorial per se. This tool is called LastPass. If you consume various services online you know how much […]

How to Host a Piano Studio Website on SiteGround

SiteGround Hosting

Hello and welcome to the technology-related series of blog posts of how to start piano studio website on your own. If you have never configured a self-hosted website then this series of articles was written for you and it is set to remove all the barriers of entry. Keep reading! Before you start you need […]

How to configure SiteGround for Piano Studio Website

Configure SiteGround

Hello and welcome to the second article in the technology-related series of blog posts describing how to set up hosting of piano studio website via SiteGround. In our previous blog post we were talking about the onboarding process, we have created a hosting account and configured billing. Let’s install WordPress and configure security settings now! […]

How WordPress Starter Primes Piano Studio Website

WordPress Starter

Hello and welcome to our series of technology-related blog posts about hosting a piano studio website on SiteGround. This is the last part of the series. Following our tutorials, you have successfully created a hosting account, configured it and installed WordPress. All is left is to upload your content, but before doing so you need […]

How to Display Coming Soon Message on WordPress

Coming Soon on WordPress

Hello and welcome to the series of technology-related tutorials helping you to start piano studio website. In this tutorial, we are talking about one very small but important preparatory step. Right after website hosting is configured but before it has all the content ready for the public. We recommend you display a coming soon message […]