How to break into the tutoring businesses with so many competition out there?
I know I can teach better than most of the teachers tutoring colleges employ and we care a lot more about making a difference. How do we convince parents to give us a go?
Your best bet is recommendations from satisfied users. You need to find someone who needs a tutor but can't use the colleges for some reason. Tutor them well and ask for recommendations when they have passed their exam. Also, ask them if they would like to pass on the names of any other people who might need a tutor. That gives you a start when approaching other interested people.
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