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Music Lesson Reminders

  People are busy and their music lesson might not be top of mind. A timely email or text message can be very helpful to remind them that they have an upcoming music lesson or recital. Of course, it is possible to have too much of a good thing! So, what are the best practices …


We’re (Pay)rolling with Excitement!

Dealing with payroll may not be the most exciting part of your job, there’s no need to be shy about it. That’s why with My Music Staff, all you’ve got to do is set your teachers up with their payroll rates and leave the rest up to us! Easy peasy, right? To kick things up another …


Understanding Those Pesky Payment Processing Fees

  One of the big decisions you have to make when running your business is how to collect payments. And if you’re going to accept online payments, you’ll need to choose the payment processor that works best for you. Regardless of which one you go with, you’ll be paying processing fees on your transactions. Here …


Free Music Teacher Resources

My Music Staff is known as the #1 studio management software for private music teachers and studio owners, but did you know we also release free music teacher resources? The My Music Staff Pinterest has everything – recital pack templates for every season & holiday, theory worksheets, business tips, and more! We understand that as …


Be Reachable to Extend Your Reach

  We live in an age where we can answer almost any question with a quick Google search from the smartphone that’s glued to our hip. The expectation of instant answers has changed the way people interact with each other, which has also extended to the way they interact with businesses – big and small. …


Time is Money

Happy Monday from the My Music Staff team! The sun is shining, the coffee pot is brewing and we’ve got some shiny new updates for you. Someone wise once said “Good things come to those who wait”, and we’re here to reward everyone’s patience. This week’s most exciting feature is something that many of you have …


Get What You Need from Your Registration Form

  Your website tells the world everything they need to know about your studio. When a potential student comes to your website, they want to reach out to you so they can enroll in lessons. What is the end goal of the website? To capture the contact information of interested students and parents, you need …


Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty

When life throws you lemons, you make lemonade…right? For music teachers, replace lemons with fall scheduling, and lemonade with organized chaos – now that sounds about right! Our busy summer in the office hasn’t wound down, and the team is always searching for ways that we can improve the ease and speed of how you …


CMT Supplier Spotlight: My Music Staff

Canadian Music Trades Supplier Spotlight: My Music Staff By: Andrew King The main goal driving the team at My Music Staff is a relatively simple one: “We’re only successful if our members are successful, so our number one goal is to help our members thrive,” states Dasa Kajganic, marketing manager for the Burlington, ON-based software …


Building Your Brand: The Importance of a Logo

  Whether walking down the street or scrolling through your phone, you’re face to face with businesses all the time. Your studio logo is the face of your company – it is the first thing someone sees when looking it up. How you brand your business is one of the most important decisions you can …

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