Marketing for tutors is a weird “niche” to be in so I don’t have any real competition.
Most agencies operate in 5-7 industries, and they typically go for trainers, consultants, wealth, health… sort of niches.
So naturally... I will straight out beat any non-tutor marketing specialist because of how much experience I’ve accumulated…
And I’ve never “lost” in performance against any other competitor agency…
In fact, at least 80% of my clients came from recent failures with other agencies…
And I transform previous failed campaigns into successes, because here’s what’s unique about the way I work…
I’m the sales guy,
I’m the consultant,
I’m the digital marketer,
And I’m the copywriter.
So basically, I interact with tutors AND do the ground work to get them results.
If you’ve worked with a typical marketing agency before, you know this is not the norm at all.
And that’s also the key reason why I’ve been so successful in helping tutors.
My experience in working with tutors stacks up exponentially compared to a 3 or 5-man team who does 10 different industries.
And yeah... I’ve really generated this much revenue for my clients.
7.5 million is a staggering number, so let me break the numbers down so this makes sense.
I’ve worked with 50 tutors.
On average, each tutor has achieved at least 50 additional students from working with me. (conservative numbers)
Their average rate is about $250 per month.
And each student on average has stayed 1 year with them.
So 50 tutors * 50 enrollments * $250/month * 12 months
= Total: $7.5 million
That’s not even counting referrals, sales from other programmes, etc etc…
By the way just to be clear, I’m not sharing this to brag,
But to assure you that it’s worth reading what I’m about to share with you in this letter.
After all, any Tom Dick or Harry who read a book or attended a course can call themselves “digital marketers” nowadays… but they can’t get actual results.
If necessary, I could show you rooms after rooms packed with parents for clients I’ve worked with.
But because I respect my clients and their privacy… I’ve chosen not to.
Instead, half of them have kindly written reviews so you can see what they say first-hand…