Rachel Ross talks about Fashion, Lifestyle and Blogging

“Just because I’m carrying a kid around doesn’t mean I can’t still be carrying around my Chanel!” says Rachel Ross, a recent mother and a fashion blogger. With over 1,000 followers on Instagram and other social networks like Pinterest, Twitter and her personal YouTube channel, her focus for TheRachelRoss.com has been quick tips and outfit […]

How to get your first 100 email subscribers

While we publish original content, every now and then we run across an article we think will be of great help to our visitors. “How to get your first 100 email subscribers” by Noah Kagan, posted on his blog, OkDork.com, is a great article on building an email list.

Your Blog is Live! Make Sure Your Social Media Outreach is, Too!

When I speak to students about business, I always make sure to point out that they just can’t sit by the phone and wait for the calls from prospective clients to pour in. This is when their eyes glaze over. The worst argument I ever heard from a student in response to my talk on steps […]

Megan Watson: Violin Music Lessons Pirate Blog

Megan Watson, a violinist and violin teacher in Utah, has agreed to share her story of publicizing her music skills trough the internet. She was more than happy to answer our questions and is willing to help First Site Guide’s readers realize how important is to have a strong online presence these days. We believe […]

The 10 Best WordPress Themes for Photographers, Illustrators and Designers

Many photographers, designers, and illustrators have discovered the ease and professional look of WordPress themes for their images, instead of building a website from the ground up. Themes are simple, easy to use and come loaded with apps and widgets, so they’re ready to go. You can build a professional looking, beautiful website in a […]

How Kelly Riley Put Her Music Classroom Online

First Site Guide was able to get in touch with Kelly Schenbeck Riley, who is in her eleventh year of teaching elementary music in central Ohio and is now the Music Specialist and Building Technology Coordinator at Washington Elementary in the Hilliard City Schools. She is currently running her own website, www.klsriley.com, where she is using technology to […]

Leon Harrell: Creating a One Minute Online Music Lessons Website

Today we are chatting with Leon Harrell, who is a member of the American Music Center and holds a Masters of Music degree in music composition and is currently working on his doctoral degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is also a creator of the website called One Minute Music Lesson where he teaches people how music really […]

Turning a Hobby Into an Online Business

I’m the first one to slam designers for agreeing to a client’s refusal to pay more than $50 for a logo. I was, however, struck by the brilliance of a designer who offers logos done in five minutes, for five dollars, with no changes, no design-by-committee, no “my ten-year-old daughter didn’t like it” and answers […]

How Pianist Graham Fitch Markets His Online Music Lessons

Graham Fitch is a sought-after teacher in London with an international profile, attracting students of varying ages and levels. He writes regularly for Pianist Magazine and he is a tutor on the EPTA (UK) Piano Teachers Course. Graham is also famous for his own eBook Series. In the following interview he tells us about his internet experience and […]

Music Blogging: Frances Wilson — Pianist

Today I was privileged to chat with Frances Wilson who is a London-based pianist, piano teacher, writer and blogger on music and pianism. A keen concert-goer, she writes music reviews for international concert and opera listings site Bachtrack.com, and is a regular contributor to ‘Pianist’ magazine’s online content, and other classical music websites. Some recent […]

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