BabelTEQ

BabelTEQ offers tips and tools for online ESL teacher-entrepreneurs. The blog includes articles and podcasts specifically targeted to support independent online English teachers. We encourage language teachers who are taking control of their ESL careers rather than working for one of the big companies.

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Posts by BabelTEQ

Pinterest Marketing for ESL Teachers

You’ve all probably heard of Twitter and Reddit, two popular social media platforms. But what if I told you there was another platform which has […]

7 Reasons Why ESL Coaches Should Do Email Marketing

I recently had a live interview with Leah Sparrow about email marketing and why every small business should be doing it. Watch it here: .cp_style_138 […]

How to Teach English Online (2022)

In this article we’ll look at the resources and preparation you’ll need to teach English online, especially if your goal is to be an independent […]

Overcoming The Overwhelm – Interview With Rachel Baker

As a solo Teacher Entrepreneur, you no doubt have plenty of dreams, goals and plans for the future. But do you sometimes feel stuck? Do […]

Teaching English Online to Japanese Students (2022)

UPDATED: In 2021 the online market for teaching English to Chinese students was severely impacted by that mainland China’s Double Reduction Policy. In addition, the […]

Facebook Campaign Basics for ESL Teachers – Interview With Leah Sparrow

The best landing pages in the world aren’t going to do a THING if nobody ever sees them. So how do you get web traffic […]

Building a Six Figure Language Coaching Business – Interview with James Liu

How much money can you make in a year? As an independent language coach do you make enough to give yourself financial security and cover […]

How to Choose an ESL Brand Name

“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” is the famous line from William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet. People often reference it as a way […]

How to Create an ESL Logo

A logo is a visual representation of a brand and its services or products. It should be easy for customers to recognize it when seeing […]

Typography for ESL Websites (The Ultimate Guide)

Typography is the process of arranging text on a printed page or digital screen in a visually pleasing way. It should make the text more […]

Defining Your Niche and Ideal Client – Interview with Mike Killen

Why is it so crucially important to choose a well defined audience for your business? Why is it critical to have a clear idea of […]

Choosing Colors for Your ESL Brand

Billionaire Jeff Bezos described it best. “Your brand is what other people say about you when you are not in the room“. If people know you […]

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