BMK-25 Mere Exposure Effect

About this guide

The Mere Exposure Effect is a psychological phenomenon that plays a big part in how easily you can attract new students. Once you learn how the effect works, you'll be able to apply it to your marketing efforts to convince more people to sign up for your lessons. It can also be used to build your perceived credibility and raise your reputation as a guitar teacher.

This guide will explain how the Mere Exposure Effect works, how it affects everybody (including you), how to use it in your marketing efforts, and how to use it within your lessons. It's an incredibly powerful tool when used properly, so take your time reading through this guide so you can properly learn how to use it.

Only Live and Teach Guitar Members have access to this resource and all other resources on the site.

If you're a member, please login to access this resource

If you're not a member yet, find out how our professional materials, resources and support can help you succeed as a guitar teacher here.

Please login or register to gain full access now