30 Jun '15, 7pm

9 steps to market and grow your golf instruction business:

Putting your ideas out there is a scary thing for many golf instructors because it cannot be taken back, but I think writing is a MUST for all young teachers. Why? Because it forces you to make thoughts simple for the layperson to understand, and this will help make your in-lesson delivery more concise. Start with blogs, then move to regional publications and try to work your way up to the national golf magazines. It will increase your credibility as well as your business. The next area of focus is one that’s new to me as well, but it’s a VITAL area moving forward for the younger teachers. Do you have you own web site, YouTube channel, professional Facebook page, and Twitter account? Do you use these tools to interact with people who can help your business? Networking is so important, and if you don’t interact through all possible outlets you’ll lose a piece of the pie you...

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