Here are some ideas :-)
Here are some guidelines to follow in order to write an effective Doceo ads:
Stick to advertising one specific subject in your ad.
A common misconception is that you can get more clients by appealing to a more general population.
Be descriptive in your title and location fields.
Be descriptive in your title; include the specific subject you’ve selected to tutor in as well as why you should be chosen. Reasons you should be chosen can be ‘graduated with 4.0 GPA,’ ‘helped over 20 students!’ and so on. Avoid meaningless adjectives such as ‘experienced’ and ‘helpful.’ Terms such as those are too vague and it is already assumed that a tutor will have experience and will be helpful. In your location field make sure to tell your specific city or town as well as a note stating you’re willing to travel (if you’re willing to travel).
Clearly and concisely state your experience, qualifications, and why you should be hired.
People will not read long posts. If it takes you more than 45 seconds to skim your ad, it’s too long. That being said, after briefly stating your qualifications and experience, tell your prospects why you should be hired. Make sure that you focus on a quantitative benefit. For example, “I have the knowledge and experience to tutor any student!” is something you want to avoid. If I’m looking for a tutor then it’s a given that they should have knowledge and at least some tutoring experience.
Provide as many ways to be contacted as you can.
I personally provide my email, Facebook profile, LinkedIn profile, Twitter account, and cell number (making sure to tell potential clients to call or text me anytime). Your prospects will all have different preferred modes of communication and you want to be easily accessible by whatever means they prefer. Make sure you check your voice mail greeting and would be okay with customers hearing it.