2016/04/25

Online Outsource Your Teaching Skill

Earn Money Teaching Online


If  teaching is your passion and you are looking for a way to earn extra money online then the  following list of legitimate online companies may be of interest to you. Online tutors can earn a great part-time income online because there are many online schools and universities  that need tutors. Before you venture in please   ensure you have at least a bachelor's degree in whatever subject you major in, ensure you have the ability to effectively communicate with others, a personal computer that is well equipped to deal with teaching software and high-speed internet access. Now let's end the yapping and get to the list.


Becoming a Professional Tutor Online

While there is nothing wrong with the traditional methods of advertising – putting fliers up in noticeboards, and so on, there is a much wider audience and a bigger potential customer base that you can reach using the internet.

There are many websites that may help you get more online tutoring jobs and increase your income:

How Much Money Do Tutors Make?

It really depends on many different factors such as the subject, your skills and, of course, your geographical location.

For example, a private math tutor usually makes more money than a social studies tutor.

Depending on your skills and expertise, you could either make a living out of tutoring or worst case scenario, you could make enough to help with a few bills.

Promote your business
Now that you have the ground work done, it’s time to advertise your services.

You can advertise by distributing fliers, placing advertisements online (for example in Craigslist) or in newspapers, and using your network to get the word out that you’re offering tutoring services.

Make sure your ads are placed where your potential students or their parents can see them, like noticeboards in libraries, on campus, grocery stores, laundromats, and cafes. You could check with schools whether they will let you put up fliers at the school.

One of the things you will need to decide is whether or not you will mention your rates in the advertisements. Some are not in favour of this, as the price is fixed and non-negotiable once it’s in print, and if your prices vary depending on the subject and level of difficulty, it may be too much information to fit in one advertisement.