When it comes to selling or purchasing property, most estate agents and housing developers tend to lean towards traditional marketing – we’re talking about listings in the local newspaper and adverts in high street windows.
If you’re ready to turn your passion into a business, or your hobby into an extra stream of income, you probably want to know the best way to market yourself so you can start bringing in customers. Social media is the first place you should be going. Get your Instagram profile set up, and your Facebook page running because these are going to be instrumental to growing your brand.
Regular posting to social media is important. But if you think that is all you can do with it to start earning extra money, you’d be mistaken. Whether it’s homemade skincare, online fitness classes, financial advice or any other passion you’re harbouring, keep reading to learn how to maximise social media to grow your side hustle.
2020 has seen possibly some of the biggest changes, albeit non-intentional, to education since the introduction of the national curriculum in the 1980s. Throughout most of the year, schools have seen a huge shift away from traditional brick and mortar classrooms towards online platforms and learning from home. Schools with larger infrastructure budgets have been able to adapt to this shift easily, however many schools including smaller and independent schools have struggled with the transition.