7 Ways Teachers Can Increase Their Income

April 10, 2017

Teaching is satisfying in so many ways, but teacher salaries can be challenging at times. If you’re up for doing something about it, here’s a list of ideas.

1) Sell Your Teaching Materials

TeachersPayTeachers.com is the largest marketplace for selling teacher created digital print lesson plans and resources. If you’ve got a few lesson plans that you think would be a hit with other teachers, you should create an account.

If you’re interested in selling on Teachers Pay Teachers, Pinterest will soon become you best friend. The traffic to Pinterest is amazing and the people visiting this site have more of a shopping mindset that any other social media site. Below are tools and resources that will be helpful.

TrafficWonker makes marketing easy by automation just about every aspect of Pinterest marketing.

TrafficWonker.com – The Auto-Pilot Pinterest Pin Scheduler

The following 10-page book will help guide Pinterest marketing newbies to make the most of the site – and get it working well in just 21 days. Thie book is FREE!

Pinterest Marketing :: 21-Day Plan for Marketing Campaign Automation

2) Teach Online Courses

Teachable.com is one of the top sites for marketing online courses. With Teachable.com you can easily build a beautiful course website, share your knowledge, and be rewarded for it. I personally know a teacher who put together a video course and launched it to Teachable.com. In the first few days, she made over $2,000. Wow!

3) Tutor Online

Tutor.com provides online tutoring – and you can be one of their tutors. You can also do it the old-fashioned way – in person.

4) Write an eBook

Writing a book certainly isn’t a quick process, but it can be rewarding. Just research which topics seem most successful and start writing. It is also important to start building a list of people who may be interested in your book once it’s published.

5) Become a Grader or Test Scorer

If you don’t mind increasing the mind-numbing number of hours you spend grading papers, you might consider offering your services to other teachers or school districts. To find out about and apply for jobs like these, you can visit the job board on HigherEdJobs.com.

6) Writer/Proofreading

If your grammar skills are strong and you like writing and/or proofreading, you can offer your services on UpWork.com. I use this site often to find talented people.

7) Taxes

Just being better informed about what you can deduct can save you tons of money at tax time every year. The following article can help you identify a few ways you could be saving. Of course, consulting your accountant should always be the final word on these types of things.

10 Tax Saving Tips for Private Music Teachers

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