This is part of the Tutor Marketing Blitz.

This offer is ACTIVE 24-hours per day, 7-days per week, 365-days per year (including 29 February in leap years, too 😁). So, if you keep sharing you will keep getting paid!
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Get paid by GoPeer to promote your own unique tutoring profile to get you more students.

  • Follow these tips and get ready for an influx of clients ⚡️💵
  • *To clarify, when you offer the client a free first lesson using your code FREE60, you are still paid in full by GoPeer

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Payment Structure:

• You will get paid $2.50 per post that you share - guaranteed

Estimated time to create one post = 30 seconds

No min/max amount of posts

- 1 post = $2.50 + an expected +1 new student 💰👥
- 5 posts = $12.50 + an expected +5 new students 💰👥👥
- 10 posts = $25.00 + an expected +10 new students 💰💰👥👥👥
- 20 posts = $50.00 + an expected +20 new students 💰💰💰👥👥👥👥
- 100 posts = $250.00 + an expected +50 new students 💰💰💰💰👥👥👥👥👥

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Where can I post?There are a number of different channels that you can use to share your tutor profile:

🔒 PRIVACY IN FACEBOOK GROUPS

  • Most Facebook groups that you share a post with will be "Private". This means that only "group members" will be able to see your post (E.g. your normal “facebook friends” do NOT see what you post in the groups)

📝 TEMPLATE EXAMPLE POST TO USE: (personalize as you see fit):

  1. Hey {Boston} Families! I'm a {Computer Science} major at {Dartmouth College} and am available to tutor K-12 students in all the subjects listed on my page below.

    Please contact me through my tutoring page with any questions and for TWO FREE LESSONS together. Just use my code FREE120 to get the free lessons. Also, if you know anyone who is on the search for a tutor then I would really appreciate it if you could help me spread the word. Thanks! {INSERT YOUR PROFILE LINK}

Post preview example:You can now share a link that will take students directly to your tutor profile on the web. This link will also display rich content from your profile when you post it on Facebook, Messenger, and Twitter, or when you send it through text. 

SECTION 1

What?

The best thing about using Facebook to market yourself is that it is both easy to search and full of community based groups with people looking for tutors. Consequently, you can easily find several groups that consist of relevant students (“community” groups, "town" groups, "mom" groups, "parenting" groups, etc...). Exploring and joining parent/student-populated groups might just turn into your most lucrative acquisition channel; so, make sure you are thorough in your completion of this step.

Why?

Being in the right groups and knowing how to use them will make finding students substantially easier. Consequently, taking the time now to identify/join key groups and then maintaining your engagement with these groups will help you find and connect with every last student who needs your help.

Your Benefits:

  • You get a guaranteed payment each time you share your profile
  • More students will contact/hire you

— it’s a win-win.

How?

Through the web...

  1. Find the appropriate place you'd like to post (e.g. your timeline, friend's timeline, Facebook group, page, etc.).
  2. Add a blurb (see examples below)
  3. Paste your profile link: {copy & paste the unique link to your profile}
  4. Rinse, lather, repeat 😉

Here's how to get started:

1. Join your hometown “Community” Facebook group 🏘

  • Enter your city/town’s name in the search bar on Facebook
  • Select “Groups” as your search filter
  • The first result should have the title of your town and “Community Group” in the description (or similar name). Join this community group

2. Find and join groups 🔎(*we recommend starting with your hometown and college town + nearby towns)

  • Explore the community to find and join any groups that might include students/parents who may be on the search for a tutor
  • Easy ones to find are groups specific to the surrounding towns in your area - search for community/town/neighbor groups (E.g. Cambridge, MA Community, Long Island Community, The Morgan Hill Community, Oceanside NY Community, Glastonbury Community, Mount Laurel, NJ Neighbors and Surrounding Towns, Hyde Park, MA neighbors, etc...)
  • Next, search for "parent/mom" groups, these "parenting" groups typically have many people searching for tutors (E.g. Miami Parents, San Francisco, Moms & Dads, Chicago Parents, Newton Parents, Long Beach Moms & Dads NY etc..) 
  • While some groups are more rare, they are also obviously more valuable because they provide a very targeted audience
  • *Send us a message (bottom right) if you want a list of suggested groups to join

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TIP: To find new group names, we recommend using the Google Maps search tool.

  1.  “Search” city/towns you have a connection to
  2. Discover surrounding town names 
  3. Search the surrounding town names in the “Facebook Search Bar” and filter by “groups” to discover new Facebook Groups to share your tutoring profile with

3. Make your initial post in each group ✏️

  • Once you have been accepted into a group, it is time to start marketing yourself
  • To do this, post your profile URL and introduce yourself to each of the groups you are in
  • Keeping your message specific to the group may prove to be beneficial so keep that in mind

TEMPLATE EXAMPLE POST: (personalize as you see fit):

  1. Hey {Boston} Families! I'm a {Computer Science} major at {Dartmouth College} and am available to tutor K-12 students in all the subjects listed on my page below.

    Please contact me through my tutoring page with any questions and for TWO FREE LESSONS together. Just use my code FREE120 to get the free lessons. Also, if you know anyone who is on the search for a tutor then I would really appreciate it if you could help me spread the word. Thanks! {INSERT YOUR PROFILE LINK}

*NOTE - see both of the following videos: After you insert your link, wait for a second, then delete the link. You will still see the link preview image appear. This will make the post look nicer. *See the following video for clarification on how to do this.

4. Periodically check groups for posts about needing help/looking for a tutor 🕵️‍♀️

  • An easy way to do this is to search the word "tutor" and filter your search to include posts from “Your Friends and Groups”
  • Looking through these posts to find ones specific to one of the classes you can tutor is an excellent way to find new clients
  • Just make a comment linking to your profile so they know how to get in touch

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Steps To Get Paid For Your Post(s)

What you need to send us & how to send it:

Part 1:

  • Take a screenshot of your final post(s). 

Required: Include the following details in your screenshot

- Group name ✅

- Full post ✅

Part 2:

- Send GoPeer the screenshot of your post.

Steps to send the screenshot:

1. Click the blue messenger icon in the bottom right hand corner of this page to open up the GoPeer live chat

2. Click "New Conversation"

3. Send the screenshot of your final post to us by clicking the "paperclip" icon and selecting your image file.

4. Send us a quick message so that we know you posted, and so that we can send you the payment

5. Once you reach out, we will respond back momentarily.  

Example message to send us:
Hi GoPeer! 

Here's the screenshot of my Facebook post!! 

Here's my email: YourEmail@gmail.com (type your email)

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Questions?

Click the blue messenger icon in the bottom right hand corner of this page to contact us. We are happy to answer any questions that you have!

(Questions about finding the best groups to join?? Message us and we'll give you some TIPS & advice + a list of groups to join 🚀)

P.S.

Posting on your own Timeline counts too!

You never know which of your Facebook friends, their friends, or their friends’ friends might need your help. Therefore, regularly posting on your timeline to announce that you are “Open for Business” is a great way to get the word out to all of your extended connections.

Our #1 goal is to give you the tools you need to get the ball rolling on growing your student base; so, feel free to reach out if there’s anything else we can do to help make that happen.

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