Hi everyone, Thanks for taking the time to help me out! I recently started online music guitar lessons and am looking for a way to turn interested prospects into customers. I know it sounds generic, let me elaborate a little.. I market to potential students via writing articles and columns on several large websites where guitar players visit. Additionally, I market through the advice I give on forums, and any networking benefits from other guitar players/teachers I know online. My main marketing page on my site is setup including a form that the prospect fills out in able to give me the information I need to be able to teach them most effectively. I feel that by them reading my marketing page, and then filling out the form, they are taking a big step (with their time and interest). However, this does not of course equal sales necessarily. After the prospect submits their form, they are taken to the next page where they are given information on how much lessons are (additionally they can check for pricing at the bottom of the intitial marketing page, althuogh I do not make in implicit). It seems that all of the prospects drop off at this point. The students I have now, have come from my current newsletter. However, I am more curious as to how I can refine my marketing page strategy to increase its effectiveness in any way. Here are the links: My Marketing Page: http://ysrafel.com/musictheory.html After the form is submitted: http://ysrafel.com/musictheoryoptions.html Thank you again for any advice!