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Addie K. Martin

Food/Culture Writer



My marketing plan for "Kick Up Your Quesadillas"

My class: "Kick Up Your Quesadillas"

Tactics Used:

  • I've started with having my class listed as FREE for the whole Skillshare community--I'll be switching it to Premium on November 1, 2016. 
  • I've included a link to my class in my monthly friends and family e-newsletter.
  • I've shared my class link + my membership referral link with my social media followers (Facebook, Twitter)
  • I've individually emailed everyone I know on Skillshare asking them to enroll in my class (18 people).
  • Published a blog post on my Culicurious site that also went out to the 300 people on my email list.
  • I've included my referral link on both of my Twitter profiles and I've included "Teacher at Skillshare" in my list of jobs on my Facebook profile.
  • I've reached out to several other new teachers from the September Teacher Challenge by enrolling in their classes and asking for an enrollment as well so we can both help each other get higher numbers and learn interesting things in the process by taking each other's classes. 


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