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Music Teacher’s Helper just got a great review at http://www.classicalmusic.org.uk/music-teaching-studio-software.html

In it, we were called “A world-class piece of online software that manages every aspect of a private music studio… apart from the teaching!” among other things.

It did recommended that if you’re using your Music Teacher’s Helper studio website as your only website, that you get your own domain name and redirect it so you don’t have to have a really long website such as http://mystudioname.musicteachershelper.com. I think that’s a good idea, too.

Anyway, it’s nice to hear people talking about us. Have a read and see what you think.

http://www.classicalmusic.org.uk/music-teaching-studio-software.html

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Last weekend, we were an exhibitor at the Utah Music Teacher’s Association (UMTA) Conference, and it was a great success! This was our first time exhibiting at such a conference, but the response was overwhelmingly positive. Everyone who took more than 30 seconds to see what our booth was amazed at what Music Teacher’s Helper could do to simplify business management in their studio. We also did a showcase and demonstrated Music Teacher’s Helper to a larger group, and got a lot of great interaction and feedback. Some of the most oft-requested features were a photo album on the studio website (to put up recital photos, etc.), and a way to track Federation (NFMC) points and trophies, etc. So, these are things we’re currently looking into. Actually, we already finished the photo album. 🙂

I, personally had a lot of fun getting to meet more teachers out there and learning the different ways teachers have of handling billing and scheduling in their studios. I especially loved seeing their faces light up when they realized how much time and headache Music Teacher’s Helper could save them. We had such a great time that we’re considering going to the Music Teacher’s National Association (MTNA) Conference in Toronto next year. We’re hoping it will be just as big of a hit there as it was here in Utah. What do you think?

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