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Strategies and Case Studies for Online Language Teachers Moving Away from 1:1 Hustle

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Strategies and Case Studies for Online Language Teachers Moving Away from 1:1 Hustle

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How to stop trading time for money as a coach

How to stop trading time for money as a coach

Ermy Pedata teaches Italian online at The Language Rose (check out her Instagram account, too). Last year she made a smart move away from trading time for money, and in this interview she shares how the process went and what she learned as she challenged herself to...

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How to use webinars to grow your audience

How to use webinars to grow your audience

If you don't want to use social media, webinars will help you grow your audience just as effectively. If you are able to collaborate with another teacher/coach with a bigger audience you won't even need to worry about where to find the people.   One of my...

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How to keep selling your products after the first launch

How to keep selling your products after the first launch

Remember the first time you spoke a foreign language? When all the hours of practice and drills are finally paying off? That first time when random words are a sentence and what used to sound like a gargle is now a piece of information? That first time is intoxicating...

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How to Spark Connection and Engagement on Instagram

How to Spark Connection and Engagement on Instagram

Someone asked an interesting question in our Smart Teacher’s Library forum the other day: “What is a connection with your followers on Instagram and how do you know when you have it?”   To help explore this topic today I’ve invited Elfin Waters, who is an online...

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How to Create Friendly and Memorable Images on Instagram

How to Create Friendly and Memorable Images on Instagram

Now that you’ve updated your Instagram bio so it’s clear and compelling, let’s look at another important aspect of building your community on Instagram — visual storytelling. I’ve noticed that it’s one of the things that’s hard to understand because there’s usually an...

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How to get more visibility as an online teacher

How to get more visibility as an online teacher

If you’ve been teaching for a platform or subcontracting as an online teacher, going on your own might be a challenging transition. There’s nobody doing the marketing for you, nobody “bumping” your profile to the top of your search, so you lack the visibility to bring...

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How to find more clients for your teaching business

How to find more clients for your teaching business

In some parts of the world August is a reminder that a school year is about to begin. While teachers at traditional schools sharpen their pencils, online teachers begin looking for more clients.   If you’re your own boss, client search might be scary and...

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How one book can help you grow your online teaching business

How one book can help you grow your online teaching business

One book can help you grow your online teaching business. That’s why if you coach or teach, making a book, a workbook, or an audio book is something to consider. In this post I want to talk about what happens after you self-publish and how to use one book as a...

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