Have You Ever Wondered if You Chose the Wrong Tutor Rate?
Have you ever wondered if you chose the wrong tutor rate? You’re not alone. Danielle Khlar submitted this question,
“I just started a tutoring business. I have a background in education and work for the local school system. I hired an excellent math tutor who can tutor middle school math, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, trigonometry, and calculus. I am having trouble closing the deal with the client. My prices are set as following: $45/hour at two specific locations and $50/hour for 1.5 hour session costing $75 for the session at a further location. What do you think the problem is? Is it the price structure? That I am a new business? Or something else? -Thanks Danielle”
How to Select Your Tutor Rate
In response to Danielle’s question, I brought on Stacey Howe-Lott, owner of Stellar Scores online SAT tutoring to discuss how to select that rate. We discuss pricing in the beginning and then get right to the heart of Danielle’s question.
Quiet Power Strategy by Tara Gentile
Stellar Scores with Stacey Howe-Lott
Do you have a question about tutoring? Submit yours here: http://askthetutor.com/submit
I would LOVE to make this podcast a weekly deal, but it takes a community to do so! Keep your questions coming and I can keep the show going. Have you left a review yet for the podcast? I’d be so grateful if you would.