Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Piano Lesson Reviews - Watch Out or Get Burned!

Lately, there’s been a lot of review sites going up on the internet. Piano lesson reviews are among them and you need to be careful here. Why?

Because most piano lesson review sites are biased! That’s right. What most aren’t aware of is that these sites are posted either by affiliates whose only purpose is to make money off of clicks, or the lesson owners themselves who, because of their bias, can’t possibly offer an objective assessment of the worth or detriment of their offering.

Most of these “review sites” promote the same 3 or 4 courses. Why? Because the people offering these course are paying the owner of the review site via affiliate income. In fact, their may not be one unbiased piano lesson review site on the net.

So … what to do? Trust yourself and carefully examine the lessons or courses you’re interested in. Don’t rely or trust what an affiliate website tells you … or you might get burned!

1 comment:

  1. Good advice. There are many great places for piano lessons, but simply reading a review is not enough to know if it's really all it's cracked up to be. Talk to many people who have lessons, get their personal input, and talk to piano teachers, too.

    - Chas