The fitness industry is ever-growing and is expected to generate more than 22 billion pounds by next year in the United Kingdom only.
This means that there's still a huge market for personal trainers to tap into.
This one has been a long time coming. TrueCoach hasn't been around for that long but their predecessor, Fitbot has been on the market since 2015. I'm not sure why they took a massive turn but for whatever reason, it seems to be for the better. I wrote a comprehensive review of the TrueCoach software to see what all the fuss is about.
In this article, we’re going to explore the eBook, and how personal trainers can create one to help educate not only their clients but their potential clients too.
Being a personal trainer with your own eBook is a great way to set yourself up as the expert and authority in your local area.
A lead magnet is exactly what it says on the tin. Your leads are your potential clients, and your magnet is something that will attract your customers to your business.
We all know that Google determines the fate of every personal trainer website ever. Some even go as far as to say that if your website isn't on page one of Google, it might as well not exist.
Have you ever wondered what makes a personal trainer website successful? It's tempting to believe that the design is the most important thing, or the navigation, or even the position of the sign up forms on your site.
According to Cisco's Visual Networking Index, video traffic will account for about 82% of all consumer internet traffic by 2022. If you are already creating fitness videos, this is great news for you to keep growing in that area. If you haven't ventured into video content yet, now it's the time to start.
When it comes to consuming the content of your personal training business, about two-thirds of potential clients use that content to consider exactly how authentic your business is and therefore whether they should hire you.
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!
Still on the looking for that perfect personal trainer business management software? Check out our review of GymCatch, the new kid on the block.
As a personal trainer, I bet the last thing you expected to have to worry about was website visitors, right? But you got a fitness website designed and now you've discovered more traffic will lead to more leads and hopefully more clients for both your online and offline training.
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?
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.
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