I know I promised another video today, but I wasn’t able to make one. I will make one later this week and put it into the membership site. Details on joining that can be found here –
Finding Friends that Matter
One of the things you want to get is relavent followers that could benefit from your services. You should think about:
Location – if you just tutor locally then you’ll want to find local folks to follow you.
Subject – if you tutor only one subject / grade level – again you’ll want to focus on those as well.
Here are some ways to do just that –
1. Announce it to your current social media followers. Tell the people that follow you on facebook, twitter, send a note to your newsletter subscribers, and make a post on your blog.
2. Follow local media outlets – you should already be following these on Facebook (and joining in their conversations), check to see if they have a Pinterest account.
3. Follow local businesses – again you should be following them, check and see if they have a Pinterest account. This could include things like your library, book store, office supply store, and other tutor friends you have.
Creating Good Content
1. Pictures sell – you want good pictures to go on your Pinterest page.
2. Think of questions you get all of the time – then create some images related to it. An example subject would be “Five Ways to Study for a Math Test”. Then work on creating some images / text for the five ways… then put them all together. Certainly this will take some time and patience.
Here is a resource of tools you can use – http://webmarketingtoday.com/articles/10-Free-Tools-to-Create-Infographics/
3. Use inspirational quotes that you like.
4. Repin good stuff you think your customers would like / be able to use.
URLS you can use to help.
Here are some links that may be able to help.
Enjoy your day.