With the rise of smartphones, websites (mobile friendly websites in particular) are more important than ever before. However, more than half of small businesses still do not have a business website. So, why should these businesses have a website?
Since you’re busy, and the real value-add actions usually occur when you’re with your athletes, you need to find ways to spend less time doing tedious and recurring tasks. To help you figure out which tasks are wasting your time and how you can get away from them, we’ve created this list.
2016 was a lot of work, and we’re proud to have laid down the foundation for the future of our technology platform and user experience. The next phase, and much of our focus for 2017, will be to begin to resolve our existing products with these apps.
Our team recently took part in the exciting transformation of the PRO TKD website. The site was redesigned to focus on beautiful imagery, ease-of-use and lead conversion.
Last week we talked about how actively tracking attendance can enable fitness business owners to improve their schedule. But attendance data can help business owners do much more than just that. With close monitoring, it can also help increase member engagement and retention and improve your business overall.
What kind of first impression does your website make? Does your site represent your business in a way you can be proud of? These are important questions to ask yourself. To help you evaluate them objectively, we’ll go through some common website concerns.
Reservations and check-ins are some of your most valuable data points and will not only help you optimize your schedule, but also increase member engagement and retention, and improve your business overall.