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Your students pay you directly. How you want to be paid is up to you and your students to decide between yourselves This could be cash or via bank transfer. For ongoing lessons, we recommend that you send an invoice to your students for 5 lessons at a time in advance of the lessons. Paying in bulk is usually the easiest way to handle payments for both tutors and students.

No. Only one listing per tutor is allowed at a time. If you create more than one listing, we will contact you so that you have a chance to tell us which listing you would like to keep. If we don’t hear back from you, we will remove all of them except one without any further warning.

Your students can easily leave you a review if they access your listing page on the website. The more reviews you have the more prominent your profile will look, and you will be ranked higher in the search results. Reviews will reassure other potential students about the quality of your teaching. If you have more reviews, they are more likely to contact you. We recommend that you ask all your students to leave you a review.

Some people might go through a few tutors before they have found the perfect one for them. If you advertise your first lesson as a trial lesson with a discount or even for free, you make it easier for the students to approach you and book a trial lesson with you.

And here is the thing - if you know that you are a good tutor with a friendly, approachable personality, what are the chances that they are going to stick with you after your trial lesson and stop searching for other tutors? The chances are almost 100%. Searching for the perfect tutor is a lot of work for people. If they find a tutor that works, even if it’s the first tutor they trial with, most people would settle on that tutor right away and happily stop their search.

The trial lesson is your chance to prove to them that you are a good fit. Trial lessons are a bit like a job interview. It’s in the trial lessons you will get new students. Making the trial lesson as easy as possible to book for your potential students is for that reason a great marketing technique.

Yes, you can. And in fact, a lot of people might want to learn two instruments from the same tutor. Instead of finding two different tutors for each instrument, a lot of people prefer choosing one tutor that teaches both of their desired instruments. If you can teach both of these, you become a strong candidate for these students.

You can add as many instruments as you want from the dropdown menu when you create your listing. If your instrument is not there for some reason, please contact us and we will add it for you.

IMPORTANT: Please make sure you add all your instruments to the same listing. Do not make one listing per instrument. Only one listing per tutor is allowed.

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