Social Media can make or break your career as a Personal Trainer. Knowing what to do and how to start can feel overwhelming at first, especially if you don't have a big following.
The first 6 months of marketing of your personal training business are the most crucial, period. It's when most personal trainer spend all of their time looking for a magic solution instead of beginning to build their audience and get more traffic to their personal trainer website through real fitness marketing strategies.
If you are just starting out with your personal training business or fitness website, it's extremely important to get a logo that rocks! The human brain has an extremely powerful memory for visual stimulation. Creating a visually stimulating logo that is memorable is important for any business.
Is your personal training business targeting mainly Millenials (people born between 1980 and the early 90s)? If so do you know where they hang out the most?
Snapchat is a social media platform that fit pros don't talk about often, but if your clients fit the above criteria you might want to learn more and find out how you can use it to market your fitness services.
Are you a newer personal trainer in your first 6 months of business? Then you're probably struggling with marketing? Do you feel like your business just can’t take off and everything is a bit stale? This short guide on getting started with your fitness marketing can help.
Facebook Live is here to stay. Research shows that approximately 2 billion Facebook users have watched live broadcasts since the time Facebook Live was released on the platform in 2016.
Between the new Facebook page algorithm and the upcoming GDPR regulations, personal trainers are worried their existing marketing strategies are taking a nose dive. So what do you do to keep up a consistent flow of incoming leads when social media and potentially email marketing becomes less efficient?
TeamUp is a revolutionary piece of software, designed to help streamline the management of fitness studios, gyms, and boxes. Below, we’ll look into what the software offers, and discover the advantages — and the disadvantages — businesses might encounter when they choose to TeamUp for their fitness business management.
Infographics are becoming one of the best ways to present statistics and to convey information visually. There are many ways to process information and everybody has their preferred medium, but visuals are certainly becoming more and more popular because they save time and are easy to digest.
The home page on your fitness website is one of the most visited pages on your website. People will find it on Google, on social media and via your blog page when you publish new and valuable content.
I've been playing with heat maps for some time now to improve our process and generate more leads for our Managed Website service. I believe a website is only as good as the number of conversions it generates. A website that doesn’t help you get any audience engagement or contact is one that needs work.
Did you know that up to 70% of most mailing lists are inactive? This means less than a third of your email recipients are reading your emails or following the links that you’ve added in the email.
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