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We’re counting down until 2011 with our top 10 blog articles for tutors. If you’re thinking about starting a tutoring business in 2011 or taking your education consultancy to the next level, you’ll want to read our helpful collection of content written especially for tutors.
By far one of our most popular articles this year, this article really focused on building a likeable personality online. It focused primarily on how to inspire customers to be your advocates, how to create valuable content, and how to generate more positive customer reviews the right way.
Staying organized is a challenge for all small business owners. That’s why I put together a list of 5 web tools to help tutors save time, stay on top of tasks, and help social interactions run more smoothly.
I hear it all the time: “I want to start experimenting with video but I’m not sure how to begin.” This jumpstart guide has been created to help tutors realize all the different ways they can create and share video, starting tonight!
We want tutors to start thinking global, acting local. Creating a local presence online means that you’re more likely to remain relevant within your target market and connect with more individuals in your travel radius. In this article, I highlight 5 webtools that will help build some local mojo for every tutoring company, big or small.
We’ve all tried to teach students who lack focus, but in this blog post I highlight the reason why tutors should be embracing technology to engage their students. Since tutors have less red tape to get through when choosing their lesson plans than teachers, they’re the perfect candidates for trying out new technologies on idle students.
Tutors, you don’t need to pay exorbitant amounts of money to use quality programs in your tutoring. Many education webtools are actually free! Here I list 5 very helpful webtools that every tutor should try out at no cost to them.
If you’re one of the many educational consultants, tutoring companies, or tutors who have yet to embrace online video as a means for sharing your brand with a wider audience, a Pew Research study as well as a Merriam-Webster case study may motivate you to put down the pen and start pressing ‘record.
Do your receive most of your local business through word-of-mouth referrals from parents and students? Well, it’s time to start using those words people use to describe your business to attract customers locally. In this article, I highlight ways that you can optimize your website to receive more locally-based visitors to your site. It’s much easier than people think!
Blockbuster was made obsolete by Netflix. Yellow Book was antiquated with the arrival of Yelp. Wikipedia has squashed Encyclopedia Britannica. Brian Solis, author of best-selling book Engage!, is right about one thing… the repercussions of ignoring the digital world are not pretty. That’s why he’s made it his mission to educate small businesses on why they should be taking social media opportunities very seriously. In this article, we look at some takeaways from Brian Solis that are relevant to tutors.
In this article, we talk all about VocabVideos, a new service from A-List Education, is a video series which seeks to entertain and engage viewers with parodies of popular TV series. If you’re looking for a creative way to motivate your tutoring students, we hope this story about VocabVideos will help inspire you.
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