According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of fitness and personal trainers is expected to grow by 10% through 2026. This means if you're a personal trainer, you need to find ways of standing out from the crowd.
There's so much information out there, free and paid, that it's hard to be sure what works and what doesn't. One fitness marketing guru says one thing while another says something different. It's impossible to know which way to turn!
Do you have a personal trainer website that just doesn’t seem to get enough traffic? You post about it regularly on social media and maybe even write a blog post or two but all you get is crickets?
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.
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?
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.
There's no doubt that a well designed website can be huge asset to your fitness business. The right look can help to establish trust, build rapport and well designed layouts can accommodate the website visitors next logical step in their journey to hiring a PT.
Did you know? A person’s purchase decisions are influenced by his/her primary senses. Humans are highly visual creatures and it only stands to reason that the sense of sight plays such an important role in consumer buying behavior. Often, one of the primary determinants of product or service purchase is its aesthetics, and what stronger component of aesthetics than color?
I bet the last thing you expected to be doing when you became a personal trainer was writing content, learning about SEO, creating social media strategies and managing your personal trainer website.
What if there was a way to outsource everything so you can just do what you do best.. train your clients.
Whether you’re planning to revamp your existing personal trainer website or create a completely new one, the primary objective must always be to provide a memorable user experience. In other words, the site must be designed with the needs and preferences of your average customer in mind, not yours.
Ever wondered why some web pages would have HTTP, others HTTPS in front of the actual web address? Or why your site might say "This website is not secure"? If you have, you can be sure your audience had that same experience before too and they may not be willing to stay on your page when prompted with such a warning.
Are you having trouble gaining clients from your self made personal trainer website? When personal trainer websites are designed the right way, they're an excellent way to reach new clients and show people why they need your help to get fit.
If you've just taken your fitness business online, but aren't seeing the results you hoped for, or if you’re struggling to drive viewers and conversions from your personal trainer website, you might want to revamp your landing pages.
If you're thinking about building your own personal trainer website you'll need a few things before you get started. Choosing them can often seem frustrating and overwhelming when you have no idea what's what. We're here to help.
If, like me, you were working two jobs and trying to find time to build a personal training business, you’re probably thinking of ways to systemise things to get some time back and give your clients the best possible experience.
If your personal training business has competitors, then credibility could be one of your most important marketing assets. In this post we talk about how to make your website and business more credible so you can get more clients.
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