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  • License: Private Label Rights
  • Terms: PU, GA, RR, MRR, PLR
  • Released: 07/06/2017
  • Size: 845.55 KB

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Music and Art as A Side Business

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      • Articles & Tweets
        • A Guide for Tutors, Art and Music Teachers to Set Rates.txt
        • Five Tips for a Successful Private Lessons Business.txt
        • How to Market Your Private Tutoring Lessons.txt
        • How to Set Up and Teach Art Classes from Your Home.txt
        • Quickstart Guide to Setting Up a Private Music Lessons Business.txt
        • Seven Types of Classes You Can Teach from Home.txt
        • Starting a Side Business in Education.txt
        • TWEETS.txt
        • Tax Tips for Independent Music and Art Teachers.txt
        • Turning Your Skills and Experience into Income.txt
        • Why Parents Should Create a Work-from-Home Art and Music Business.txt
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Learn How Music and Art Can Be a Side Business! Are you a teacher or perhaps someone who studied education in college? If you're looking to earn a little extra income by leveraging your educational background, starting your own tutoring service might be a fantastic option. While the idea of starting your own business can seem overwhelming, it can be a fruitful endeavor with the right steps.

If you're interested in creating a successful side business in music and art education, here are the steps you need to follow:

  • Where Will You Be Running Your Business? You need to decide if this will be an internet-only business or if you'll be operating locally. Assess whether you will offer services at your home, at clients' homes, or another designated location. If you choose to operate from a fixed location, determine a reasonable area to market your services and focus your marketing efforts there.
  • If you decide to travel to clients' homes, consider how far you're willing to commute, factor in travel costs, and account for the amount of time spent commuting. This will impact your availability and potentially the number of clients you can take on.

By following these guidelines, you can turn your passion for music and art into a rewarding side business!

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  • [YES] Can be sold
  • [YES] Can be used for personal use
  • [YES] Can be packaged with other products
  • [YES] Can modify/change the sales letter
  • [YES] Can modify/change the main product
  • [YES] Can modify/change the graphics and ecover
  • [YES] Can be added into paid membership websites
  • [YES] Can put your name on the sales letter
  • [YES] Can be offered as a bonus
  • [YES] Can be used to build a list
  • [YES] Can print/publish offline
  • [YES] Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights
  • [YES] Can convey and sell Resale Rights
  • [YES] Can convey and sell Master Resale Rights
  • [YES] Can be translated to other languages
  • [NO] Can be given away for free
  • [NO] Can be added to free membership websites
  • [NO] Can convey and sell Private Label Rights

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