Episode 111 How to promote your language school online

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Probably nobody open their language school to become a marketer. You were first a teacher, then decided to become a business owner and help more students. Maybe you didn’t expect that running a language school will involve so much marketing. It can be exhausting, especially if you’re not sure what sets your business apart from other language schools. 

In this episode of Get richer, teacher podcast I talk about:

  • spreading too thin with your marketing
  • competing on price
  • your role as a language school owner
  • relying on referrals
  • the best time to promote your business.

I’ll give you some tips on how to effectively promote your language school online so that you have a consistent flow of new clients and earn good money.

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Hey, I’m Ola!

For the last 2 years I have been helping language teachers like you build online brands, connect with their perfect students and make more money. I used to be a teacher, a teacher trainer and even ran my own language school in the past, but I am now focused on coaching teachers full-time (and I love it!) So far I have helped over 400 language educators from all over the world and my mission is to see the world where teachers thrive, enjoy the hell out of life and their job and have a great impact on their students lives (without burnout or selling their souls).