Clients often search for tutors that meet specific needs, so by giving accurate and detailed subject descriptions, you can attract the best kinds of clients.
Write a thoughtful subject headline This is your subject caption that shows in search results - the first thing clients read about you before they decide to view your profile. You only have 70 characters so it requires a lot of careful thinking, creativity and uniqueness. Here are some examples, but yours must be unique:
Experienced ICAN instructor with a personalized teaching approach I love teaching Math and helping my students get better grades I'll teach you professional photography from amateur to advanced level Graduate of Muson Music Academy, I’m an expert violin teacher
Describe your experience and teaching methods in detail You have 1200 characters to convince clients that you’re the perfect tutor! Try to answer important questions they may have about your experience, personality or qualifications such as who you’ve taught in the past, what results you achieved, why you love teaching that subject etc.
For instance, if you had a first class degree, say it. If you’ve taught 6 people who excelled in the subject or skill before, talk about it here! It’s important you’re honest and that you provide enough information to inspire clients to hire you. Endeavour to write in a friendly, professional tone!
Also let clients know what’s unique about the way you teach. If you’re a photography tutor who takes students to attend a real-life photoshoot, or has a photo studio, then make sure you don’t forget to say it here!
For instance, will you bring a guitar or should they have theirs? Will you like to know what textbooks they use or speak with their school teacher first? Do you give short tests to assess understanding? What should they have in place before lessons commence? Give clients a feel of what to expect.
Enter some important topic tags Topic tags give clients an idea of related topics you can teach. For example, if you can teach wedding photography, baby photography, portraits, model photography etc., those should be entered as topic tags under your Photography subject.
Topic tags also show up in search results. So for instance, even though "Wedding Photography" is not a subject on Tuteria, when clients search for it, you will show up in the search results if it’s part of your topic tags.
Provide any relevant certifications and awards Certifications help boost your profile. If you have any relevant certifications or awards that further prove your expertise in that subject, then enter them here.
Upload subject profile image and exhibitions Pictures speak louder than words. If you have images to portray samples of your work or skill, ensure you upload them to your profile.
For your exhibition images to be approved, they must be your own pictures and you have to also appear in them. If the pictures aren't yours or are pull off the internet, they will be denied.