Automating the lead management process at your gym, school or studio simply makes good business sense. It ensures your leads are contacted and nurtured, so none of them fall through the cracks. It also drastically cuts down on the time it takes for a lead to become a member or student.
Local events help you take your marketing to the next level. They give you exposure to a large group of people and allow you to connect on a personal level. To help get you started with event marketing, here’s our step-by-step action plan.
The ability to attract new athletes is critical to your box’s success. You might offer the best programming, coaching and equipment in your city, but if you’re not properly marketing your box, you simply won’t have athletes to train.
wanted to show martial arts school owners and teachers, with a hands-on project, how they could radically change how they went about promoting and managing their schools through community engagement.
Instagram and Twitter recently announced they are starting to use algorithms to determine the post order in news feeds. That means posts will no longer appear chronologically, and brands and pages will have decreasing post visibility.
An excellent way to get new school-aged students to check out your school is by having a presence at events within your community. With warm weather right around the corner, the outdoor event season is about to kick off.
Social media can seem like a daunting undertaking, but with a little nurturing, you’ll see that social media can be very beneficial to your business. These tips will help you ditch the social media stress and get centered in 2016.
Whether or not you’re active on Yelp, your fitness business’s listing will likely show up. That is why if a user clicks on a listing when searching for your gym, school or studio, you want to make sure they get accurate information.
Motiving your team to recruit new students helps you get more benefit out of all the ideas we’ve given you so far. Motivated team members serve as your eyes and ears, looking out for interested prospects and then getting them in the door.