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Your Music Business Blogger.

Running a music business is tough.

You have to go to gigs. Teach private lessons. Do other client work. AND handle all of the admin tasks.

It’s a lot. And that doesn’t even include all of the work you have to do to promote your music business. Luckily, I’m here to help.

I started blogging on a whim as a college freshman. Despite starting for fun, my digital content eventually helped me land a teaching gig, my own private students, some sheet music sales, and more.

But I’m lucky because writing for the web came naturally to me. It doesn’t for everyone.

Not to mention, Google likes to update its algorithm regularly. If you’re not a blogger yourself, it can be hard to keep up.

Lately, Google’s been prioritizing human-written content with elements of the human experience. In other words, those AI writing tools won’t cut it.

And sure, you could get away with just having a few pages on your website. You MIGHT get a few more students to enroll in lessons.

But if you really want to get more organic traffic, you need a blog. Each blog post can act as a tiny salesperson and give you more website clicks. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather have 50 chances to get traffic than 5.

Plus, the pages on my website that get the most traffic? You guessed it, they’re all blog posts.

Which Sounds Like You?

“I need your blogging services!”

“I want freelance tips!”

“I want gear recommendations!”

Hi! I’m Hannah.

I’m a young music entrepreneur and blogger passionate about helping other music biz owners with their digital content.

Why? My blog has given me a plethora of amazing opportunities. Throughout my various failed music business ventures, nothing has stuck as well as my blog.

So I finally swallowed my pride and decided to make music blogging my business. Now, the online success of your business is my business.

Want to learn more?

I hope you join the Hannah B Flute family so that you can build an online presence for the music business of your dreams!

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