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Listing Lessons Tips!

Listing Lessons is easy and done correctly will help you to make a bigger impact and attract more students: 

  • Write in the language of the students you want to teach
  • Be clear about what you are offering
  • Use the image to show visually what you are offering
  • Create various Lesson Listings for the different types of Lessons
Here's how to create a great Lesson Listing...

Listing title
  • Be clear and succinct:

'Private Individual Lesson for Cambridge Exam Prep' 

'On-line Conversation Lesson' 

'Business English for Professionals'

  • Ask for what you are worth:

Students are happy to pay for quality teaching. Price according to what you think you are worth. You can change this at any time*.

*A PayPal processing fee, and a 10% commission will be subtracted from the total price paid. 
Detailed Description
  • Let students know what to expect from the Lesson:

Use this space to give some information about the Lesson you are listing:

In this one-hour online lesson you we will cover grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation...

My business lessons for professionals are made to fit your exact needs and to fulfill your professional requirements...

You can also use this space to show your availability. 

Mon - Fri 11am -- 6pm
Sat 10am - 4pm

Tick the boxes which apply to the Lesson you are listing.

Let students know where you are or where you want to hold the lesson. Where the actual lesson will take place can be finalised once the student contacts you. 

Upload an image which represents the type of lesson you are giving. You can even add several images for one Listing!

Business English Lesson for Professionals:

Save Listing
Click save to finish and apply.  

In conclusion, you have the freedom to create Lesson Listings which suit exactly what you are advertising. Use this to your advantage to help your Listing to stand out to students. 



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