It’s easier than ever to find tutoring jobs online. But, there’s also a whole bevy of wannabe tutors and subject matter experts for you to compete against.

Tutoring jobs are such a hot topic that they attract attention from people around the globe.

But the good news is that you find tutoring assignments for countless subjects with us at Superprof.

Do you happen to have expertise on a subject that others could benefit from? It couldn’t be simpler to become a tutor. It’s just a click away at Superprof.

But before you can land a job as a tutor, you will need to put together an advert for potential students. How should you do it? What should you keep in mind when searching for students for online tutoring?

We’ve got the answers here at Superprof!

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Marketing yourself is imperative if you are looking to carve a reputation as a tutor. Source: Pexels
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Why Should You Become A Tutor?

Before getting started on your private tutoring advert, it’s good to be clear if online teaching jobs are the path you should be taking?

We here at Superprof are pretty sure it is- private tuitions have many benefits that you might not even be aware of. There are a gazillion reasons to become a tutor (besides the money)- ranging from intellectual to social to just purely for the sheer joy of it.

So, let us do a quick rundown of some of these reasons!

Work Flexibility

One of the biggest attractions of online tutoring jobs is that you are not bound by a 9 to 5 set in stone schedule. You are, of course, bound by the teaching timetable. Still, there is no denying the time flexibility online teaching jobs can give you.

You are the one who gets to decide which days you work. If you need a week off, you don’t have to go through the red tape of corporate offices, applying for leave. Parents and students are usually more accommodating.

Supplementing Your Income

If you do not want to make online tutoring your career, it is still a great way to earn some extra cash- even if you are just studying at the moment.

Make a note of the hours you can dedicate to online teaching, make an advert for it, and start teaching people what you have the aptitude for. Trust us; it’s well worth it.

Most undergrad students have a few spare hours in the week- why not use them to earn some good cash? Just a few hours of tutoring can fetch you around $70 weekly!

Share Your Passion With Others

Most people have a passion for a particular subject and are pros at it. A great way to indulge in that passion further is to teach it to others-pass on your expertise for others to benefit from it.

After all, sharing is caring!

Sharing your passion with others will help you grow it further. Whatever your passion may be, teach it!

This can open new options for you around the globe. Teachers with specific skill sets are always in high demand around the world.

Create Ads That’ll Get You One-on-One Tutor Jobs – Here’s How!

How do I make an advert for one on one tutorials?
In this digital era, conventional marketing techniques won't do you a favor. It's time to get online! Source: Pixabay

Did you hear of the Singaporean online tutor, Anthony Fok, who managed to earn $960.000 just through private tutoring? That, too, in an extremely competitive education system like that of Singapore’s!

Private one on one tutoring is becoming very popular in the US and around the globe. So if you already are one or are looking to become a tutor, now is the right time to do it.

But the million-dollar question is, how do you market yourself to pique student’s interest and get them to trust you? Let us tell you. A well-written advert is the way to go! That will be your first link to your audience.

For tutors who’ve never needed to advertise their tutoring services, how do you go about making an advert now?

Worry not! Superprof is the one-stop solution for all the inspiration you need! Search whichever course you plan to teach like Math, English, ICT, Business, or Design, and you’ll find plenty of examples for inspiration.

Where To Advertise For Online Tutoring Jobs?

And now the million-dollar question? Where should you be advertising for your online tutorials?

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Aubrey
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5 (6 reviews)
Andrea
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Lynda
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Lynda
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The Power of the World Wide Web

The first tool accessible to everyone to get information is the World Wide Web. In the US, Superprof is the platform of choice for giving online lessons for most people.

You can make use of classified ad sites like Craiglist or Yelp to advertise your online tutorial services. Use keywords to attract students who are out there searching for related topics.

Your Own Website

If you are serious about becoming an online tutor, we would highly advise you to go forward with a website for yourself.  You can even start a blog where you jot down the topics you teach,  the skills you have, and even some tidbits and anecdotes about your teaching experiences.

Make sure to update your website, do not leave it dormant as that gives off a very unprofessional vibe.

You can use platforms like Wix and WordPress to help you build your website.

Social Media

Social media is an excellent, highly responsive avenue to market your tutoring business.

Even if you have a website, maintaining a social media presence is something we at Superprof will highly recommend you to do.

Make a page for yourself on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Maintain an active presence on them and churn out content regularly- content that is engaging and attention-grabbing.

Always provide a backlink to your site.

Word Of Mouth

The most time tested and reliable method of advertising is a simple word of mouth.  There is nothing better than a well-satisfied client advertising your product by themselves.

Remember, one of the first tips on how to become a tutor is to keep your students satisfied. They are your best marketers.

What Goes On Your Tutoring Ad?

Do I need a degree to give one on one tutorials?
If you went to Oxford, Cambridge, or an Ivy League school, you should probably mention it in your tutor ad.

The thousand-dollar question- What should you write on your online tutorial advert?

I think we all agree that it should not be too long. Being concise is key!

A good advert should be like a shot of espresso. Small but succinct enough to deliver a kick.

What To Include In A Tutoring Advert

  • Qualifications- What is your degree? What did you major in? Do you have any certifications?
  • Experience- How long have you been teaching the subject you are offering? If your subject is your career field, how long have you been involved in this field?
  • Courses-Which courses do you plan to teach?
  • Price- How much do you charge? Do you charge per session or per course?
  • Contact information- Where can your clients contact you for details?

Qualifications

Qualifications matter a lot! Clients are always going to opt for tutors with degrees and certifications in their respective fields. You will not get much of a response if you plan to teach Math with a Biology degree.

Have You Held A Career In Academia?

Have you ever had prior experience teaching? If yes, how long have you worked in the academic field? What was your expertise in?

Do not forget to mention all the details- it will help embellish your ad and help you draw in clients.

You can provide custom made tutorials that are specifically tailored to your student’s learning pattern.

How Much Should You Charge For A Tutoring Job?

Are you helping out high school students struggling with their AP classes, or are you helping postgraduates research their theses?

Your rate will depend on the subject level and material you are teaching.

Do not undersell yourself. Evaluate the traits you have as a teacher and maintain your prices accordingly. Do not be like most freelancers and charge less than what you are worth.

Be sure to mark your specialties out.

Also, please do make sure to mention where you can give your tutorials.

How to Sign Up At Superprof?

Signing up to SuperProf gives you access to the largest pool of prospective students on the internet! Save yourself the hassle of sifting through countless student forums on the internet and come to Superprof for quite literally your one-stop solution.

All you need is to make a profile for yourself:

  • Go to the Superprof website
  • Click on “Sign Up”
  • Enter your details and the courses you want to teach
  • Choose the type of classes you want- individual or group classes
  • Write an advert for yourself and fill in your location
  • Quote your rate
  • Add your photo and contact details
  • You’re good to go!

Need information about private tuition before getting involved? Or you are already involved but need some helpful tips? You may want to check out the following articles:

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