10 Ways To Get The DaDaABC Referral Bonus

The DaDaABC Recommendation Record Guide

There are plenty of opportunities to earn bonuses workings as an online teacher for DaDaABC.

The referral bonus is the one of the more lucrative ones. Basically how it works is, if you refer someone to teach for DaDaABC, you will receive a bonus if they get the job and keep it for more than a month.

Click the image below for a full detailed guide on how the referral bonus works:

But what are the best ways to actually get the DaDaABC referral bonus?

Glad you asked. Here’s 10 methods for you:

1.  Reddit [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

Reddit is known as the ‘Front page of the internet’. It is essentially thousands of forums known as ‘sub-reddits’ where people discuss every topic under the sun.

Why is this relevant?

Well there are plenty of sub-reddits for people seeking work and you can post your referral link as well as a description of the job in an incredibly engaged community. This will generate a lot of traffic to your link!

But there are strict rules on Reddit known as ‘Reddiquette’, so be sure to always read the sub-reddit guidelines before posting.

2. Quora [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

Quora is a question and answer platform where people ask questions to the public on any topic under the sun and then…you guessed it, people answer them.

So someone could ask ‘How do I bake the perfect brownies?’ and suddenly there will be dozens of incredibly detailed answers flooding in from people across the internet.

Why is this relevant?

I personally have written answers to questions such as ‘How do I make money online?’ or ‘How can I become an ESL teacher?’

I then wrote a detailed answer describing DaDaABC and put my referral link at the end inviting them to apply for the company if they match the criteria.

If you pick the right question, then you can find yourself with hundreds of thousands of views on your referral link!




3. Facebook Groups [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

DaDaABC Teaching Fun isn’t the only thriving FaceBook community of course. There are endless amounts of groups on FaceBook which you can join and become a part of the discussion.

Once you have truly become a valued member of the community, then you can start posting your link in groups such centred on ESL teaching or simply groups for people looking for home-based jobs.

4. ESL Job Boards [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

There are countless ESL websites out there that have their own job boards which you can create a job advertisement for. One of the free ones is ESL Authority.

You simply create a listing for the DaDaABC job, describe the requirements and post your referral link at the end. Your listing will then have to be approved by the site.

And bingo! You get some great exposure for your link from people specifically looking for a teaching role.

5. Facebook Ads [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

Facebook advertisements involve spending a bit of money, so there is a risk involved.

You go to the ads section on the FaceBook home page and create an advertisement for DaDaABC with an image and a brief bit of copy to entice people to applying for the job. This image when clicked on will have your referral link attached to it of course.

You then set the targeted traffic, or people you want the ad to specifically reach, based on location, age, interests etc.

This ad will then appear on thousands of people’s news feed on FaceBook for the time set. If you get this right it is very effective, but it is the one I advice the least as you can end up losing money.

6. LinkedIn [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

LinkedIn is essentially the Facebook of the professional world. If you connect with the right people you can find yourself with various great job opportunities.

And if you find yourself connecting with a person who is currently looking for work and meets all the criteria of a DaDaABC teacher, pop them over your referral link and inform them of all the wonders of teaching online for DaDa.




7. Twitter [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

By using hashtags on Twitter you can find discussions that are trending such as #WorldTeachersDay for example.

Tweet your referral link with a relevant hashtag, as well as describing the job and you could find a few names popping up on your Recommendation Record.

8. Pinterest [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

Pinterest is like a search engine with images. People browse through pictures of all their favourite topics.

So if you can make a great looking image using Canva, that entices people to apply for DaDaABC, then people may click on your image which will have your referral link attached to it.

Here’s an example of an image I’ve used on Pinterest:

10 Ways To Get The DaDaABC Referral Bonus

9. YouTube [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

You may have seen some of the videos I, and other DaDa teachers have uploaded to YouTube such as this one below:

If you make a great video advertising valuable information about working as an online English teacher for the company, you can then put your referral link in the description for people to apply!

People who are watching a video on how to become a DaDaABC teacher are presumably already considering applying for the job, therefore are more likely to apply through your link.

10. Write for DigiNo [DaDaABC Referral Bonus]

Saving the best for last (I’m not biased at all). You can write all about your experience for working for DaDaABC on this very site as a guest post!

Why would you do this? Good question!

DigiNo receives thousands of visitors a month…and not just DaDa teachers looking for class activity ideas. Most of the traffic comes from organic search on Google of people looking to apply for DaDaABC.

If you want to write a post for DigiNo, you can put your referral link within the post on the site and boost your chances of getting the referral bonus!

Click the image below to visit the ‘Write For Us’ page:

Write For Us

5 Ways That Technology Improves ESL Teaching

5 Ways That Technology Improves ESL Teaching

ESL teaching is one of those jobs that will always exist, otherwise how would parents cope with having the kids on their hands all day?

But on a serious note, I think teaching is also beginning to adapt to the digital world.

There are now opportunities to be an online English language teacher, which is a monumental step in the world of education.

Foreign language students now have access to live video tutoring with a native English speaker right from the comfort of their own home – which is revolutionary for their learning potential!

You can read more about to become an online ESL teacher by clicking the image below:

Teach ESL Online From Anywhere in the World | DigiNo

This job has got me thinking about all the different ways technology will and has probably already evolved teaching – ensuring that it is a job that will last the test of time.

Here are a list of 5:

1. Using Apps to improve ESL Teaching

There are so many ways that apps can revolutionise teaching. Imagine an app that makes marking a thing of the past?

Or how about simply using an app for animal sounds when teaching  online ESL classes to keep the student engaged at the press of a button.

Using Apps for ESL Teaching | DigiNo

2. Can Social Media Improve ESL Teaching?

There are several emerging social media platforms dedicated for schools as a way to track rewards systems, such as Vivo Inspire. Swapping gold star stickers for ‘likes’.

This may make the playground more of a dull place, with all the students socialising on the platform as opposed to kicking a ball around, but that is the nature of social media.

The educational platform equivalent for ‘likes’ could be a suitable motivational incentive for modern children.

Using Social Media for ESL teaching | DigiNo

3. Online Teaching – the Future of ESL Education?

As mentioned previously, being able to video chat with anyone globally nowadays has really opened up the possibilities of learning from cultural exchange.

If you wished to learn yoga from a a yogi master all the way in India, then all you both need is a Skype account and a clear space on your floor.

Live Anywhere | DigiNo

Online English teaching has opened way more opportunities for employment as a teacher and will continue to keep the career existing forever in DigiNo’s eyes.

Check out this great list of online teaching platforms. 

Click the image below for an example website of the online English teaching platform:

Teach From Home with DaDaABC | DigiNo

Click the image above to apply to be an online teacher with DaDaABC.

4. Implementing Data Analysis to Improve ESL Teaching

Any online marketer will know the benefits of tracking and testing data using tools like Google Analytics.

Well how about as well as monitoring SEO and newsletter signups, we use analytical tools to measure the effectiveness of learning techniques for children?

Data Analysis for ESL Teaching | DigiNo

This links back to apps. The student could have data on their phone showing them graphs. These display how they are performing in reading skills compared to written English skills.

5. Playing Educational Games to Improve ESL Teaching

Educational games, such as Brain Metrix, could one day actually take over from the role of the teacher – which would put a stumbling block in our theory of teaching existing forever.

However, for now, I believe that no matter how advanced educational games get, they will still only be a suitable accompaniment to the guidance of a real, live, talking human role-model.

Teach English all over the world | DigiNo

If you would like to read how to become a better ESL teacher, then click the image above.

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