About this guide
More and more people use online methods to seek out guitar teachers and that means more and more potential students will contact you via email. Writing and replying to emails is a time intensive job but important to get right as it can make the difference between gaining a new student or losing a potential student.
In this guide we will look at how you can dramatically reduce the amount of time you need to spend to respond to emails from potential students while keeping a high quality/professional image.
The Early Bird...
Before we look at tools you can use to streamline how you reply to email, it's worth mentioning that the time it takes you to reply to an email matters. This sounds obvious, but it's all too easy to put off replying to an email from a potential student. The sooner you can reply to a potential student, the higher your chances are of winning their business.
Just remember - you're probably not the only teacher the potential student has emailed. Quite often it's the teacher who replies back the fastest that wins the business. So keep this in mind next time you see an email show up from a potential student!