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Q: where should i advertise my private tutoring service?

where do students go in search of a private tutor?

9 years 8 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Nanchang

 
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Well if you have some free time, try like how the local university students advertise, make you a little sign and stand out if front of one of the bigger bookstores. It might not get you whatever level of business you are expecting, but it will catch the masses off guard and people will notice. Try this on a regular basis for awhile and word of mouth will spread and they will come. It will just cost you some free time, fake smiles, and a little pride (so depending on how much you value that, it could be real cheap advertising).

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like the foreigner in the window at the guangzhou subway station i felt so sorry for him

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Felt sorry for him.... but see, you did remember him. And being remembered, that's the goal of advertising Tongue

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If you let it be known in the circles you socialise and work that you will provide tutoring services they will come to you. If you advertise yourself as the best around and that you will be making prospective students take a sort of entrance exam to qualify to be taught by you then they will still come - but pay you more.
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Internet marketing is the best way to advertise your private tutoring services. It is becoming very popular way of advertising these days. It's worth a try.

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Where do you carry out your tutoring service? If you in Beijing, I can post some advertisements on Chinese websites. Then you can communicate with customers yourself if you like. It's free. 

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Make business cards and go into Apartment complexes and put these business cards into everyones mail boxes and make sure the front is Chinese and the back is English, QQ, WECHAT, WEIBO, EMAIL and Phone number. You should be 3G services on all day.

 

and wait, maybe you'll get lucky.

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Ask your Chinese girlfriend , each neighborhood has a site where the local issues of that area r usually discussed, many local businesses also does their ads there , only a Chinese. Can let in.

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With almost five and a half thousands posts...... I suspect you already know the answer.

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58.com is the Craiglist of China

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He's married now!angel Leave him alone.

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