Part 1 â€“ know your market – http://www.cleverapple.com/blog/how-to-get-your-first-tutor-client-part-1/
You should know every possible place where you could get potential clients in your service area. If you donâ€™t then start doing some research.
Part 2 â€“ Talks about setting up your business â€“ we wonâ€™t include that in the 100 ways, but you can read the article here.
Part 3 â€“ Create a Business Card. Even in the age of the internet people still use business cards.
In all of the new ways youâ€™re going to be using to drum up business, youâ€™ll want to make sure that youâ€™re able to track where the new business came from. All of these techniques wonâ€™t work, but some of them will. Thatâ€™s why it is very important that you know where your new clients are coming from. I suggest putting some kind of discount coupon on your card, and make sure that you (and your staff if you have one) know about it.
Details about the card can be found here â€“
Part 4 â€“ so what do you say when someone calls you. You can find some guidance here – http://www.cleverapple.com/blog/getting-your-first-tutor-student-taking-phone-calls/
Watch the video on this page â€“
The techniques listed were â€“
Talk to your friends and family.
Talk to your child’s teacher.
Go to school functions.
Talk to the guidance counselor
Post Flyers and Pull tab / tear sheets
Get on the tutor contact list
Speak with the Librarian (give them some cards)
PTA / PTO meetins
Create a presentation
Volunteer to speak at the school
Give the same speech at the library
Advertise the library speech by getting some free press from Radio and Television
Find tutors in your area that tutor a different subject – offer to trade students with them.
Local fourms and facebook pages
Contact Sunday school teachers that teach the age group you want to tutor.
Weâ€™ll be talking about these in depth next week.