Author Archives: Eugene Komisarenko

How to host a Piano Studio Website on SiteGround

SiteGround Hosting

Hello and welcome to the technology-related series of blog posts of how to start piano studio website on your own. If you have never configured a self-hosted website then this series of articles was written for you and it is set to remove all the barriers of entry. Keep reading! Before you start you need […]

How to configure SiteGround for Piano Studio Website

Configure SiteGround

Hello and welcome to the second article in the technology-related series of blog posts describing how to set up hosting of piano studio website via SiteGround. In our previous blog post we were talking about the onboarding process, we have created a hosting account and configured billing. Let’s install WordPress and configure security settings now! […]

How WordPress Starter primes Piano Studio Website

WordPress Starter

Hello and welcome to our series of technology-related blog posts about hosting a piano studio website on SiteGround. This is the last part of the series. Following our tutorials, you have successfully created a hosting account, configured it and installed WordPress. All is left is to upload your content, but before doing so you need […]

How to display Coming Soon message on WordPress

Coming Soon on WordPress

Hello and welcome to the series of technology-related tutorials helping you to start piano studio website. In this tutorial, we are talking about one very small but important preparatory step. Right after website hosting is configured but before it has all the content ready for the public. We recommend you display a coming soon message […]

How to Start Piano Studio website on WordPress.com

How to start piano studio website on wordpress.com

Hello and welcome to our series of technology-related blog posts helping you establish your very own piano studio website. In this post, we would like to give you a step by step instruction on how to create a free piano studio website on WordPress.com. Why WordPress.com? These days everybody knows about the WordPress platform. According […]

What are the piano studio policies for?

Piano Studio Policy. What are the piano studio policies for?

When you start piano studio it is intimidating to get to the teaching part as quickly as possible. However, owning a piano studio is very different from working for somebody else. Sooner or later each owner learns the importance of the policies. What are your piano studio policies for? Playing the piano. What a remarkable […]

To build or not to build? Or where to host your piano studio website

Piano studio website

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! This is our third blog post on the topic of piano studio website. And we are focusing on how to turn all your precious content into a public website accessible from the Internet. By now you have learned already how […]

Once upon a time… Or why the story is important for your piano studio website

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! This is our second post on the topic of piano studio website and we would like to say thank you for following along. From the previous posts, you know now about the importance of a good catchy name for your […]

Can you make an omelette? Or how to scramble a piano studio website from scratch

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! Remember how you registered your piano studio very own domain name and then created its branded email address. How did that feel? When it comes to the Internet it all starts with claiming your domain name on the Internet and […]