It only takes a small amount of time to get yourself setup with a page at Discover.

Register an account

Step 1: Visit Discover and select Register from the main menu.

Step 2: Enter your email address and select Sign up.

You will be taken to your personal dashboard. From here you can track the performance of your own listings.

Step 3: Select Add Listing from the main menu.

Step 4: Choose your listing type (School, Studio, Event, Course) and proceed to the next step.

Step 5: Depending on your choice, you may be presented with the option to select a Package. For those interested in Premium features please refer to this article.

For those of you who just want a Free package for now, please select Buy Package and proceed.

Note: some listing types are Free by default and you won't be presented with a package page. You will be automatically taken to the form.

Step 6: This step requires you to add all the relevant information that you'd like to share through our platform. Make sure to take a little time and include as much content as possible.

The form should be pretty straight forward to complete. 

Step 7: Once you have completed all the required fields you can either Preview the page or Skip preview and submit it immediately.  

Preview: Will take you to a live version of your page to check before publishing.

Skip Preview and submit: Publish the page and make it visible. Don't worry, if you see something you'd like to change it's super easy to edit your page when live.

That's all it takes. You will now have a page on Discover. 

Tips for School Listings

Add unlimited courses
All school pages can add unlimited courses and have them connected to your main school page. To add a course, just run through the exact same steps but select Course as your listing type.

Ask Students and Alumni to get involved
A great way to get your page ranking high in searches and making a good impression is to ask your students and alumni to like your page and add a review. These buttons can be found on your page.

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