Every day as I make my “social media rounds” online I see the most adorable pictures of piano students holding the piano lesson photo props we released earlier this year.
Our original set was designed to give piano teachers an easy way to create share-worthy content on their piano studio Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages. And share they did! The photo props are popping up everywhere. As one teacher wrote to say:
“I’ve learned that a picture with one of those photo props will get way more likes and shares than just a regular picture… so now I use them all the time!”
If you too have been having fun using our piano lesson photo props then you’ll be really excited to add the new set we’re sharing today to your collection!
Piano Lesson Photo Props… Set Number Two!
If you have never before used our piano studio photo props, simply print out them out (using the link below). Then, when one of your piano students accomplishes a corresponding task, place the appropriate image inside a frame, snap a photo with your student holding the prop and share the image on your social media channels!
Piano studio photo props are a professional way of adding a personal touch to your online presence and are a sure-fire way to encourage “likes and shares” on your piano studio’s social media outlets.
Today’s photo prop set includes posters that many teachers have requested… including images for first piano lessons, piece completions, piano theory work and more.
How To Make Photo Props Share-Worthy
Our piano studio photo props practically share themselves 🙂 but if you want to go that extra mile, follow the steps below for share-worthy success:
- Pose your student effectively – people love to see a students’ personality come through and so allowing them to “be themselves” rather than a staged version of themselves often results in more engagement.
- Consider a short video instead of a still photo – ask your student to hold the photo prop and do a celebratory dance, or have the prop displayed as your student demonstrates the skill it refers to etc.
- Add photo enhancements to your picture such as an attractive border, your studio logo etc.
- Give your student a printed version of their photo. These make a great addition to a piano binder, turning it into a scrapbook keepsake that parents will really appreciate.
- Post these pictures in your studio too – the more coveted these awards seem, the harder your students will work to achieve the same honor as their peers.
- Get Permission – Remember… it is important that you never share any images of your piano students online without first obtaining all necessary permissions (ie. from parents) as mandated by the country/ jurisdiction where you reside.
Looking for more ways to improve your studio’s social media presence?