According to emarketer.com, in 2017, the average US adult will spend 2 hours, 25 minutes per day using mobile apps. That’s an increase of 10.3% from 2016 and a heck of a lot of time per day that they could be staring at your company’s app instead of having another round of Angry Birds.
If you’ve been looking for ways to get more people into your gym, yoga studio or other type of fitness business, one of the easiest, most powerful, and yet often overlooked methods is ensuring you have a presence on Google Maps.
However, getting your business listed, or even updating existing information, isn’t as straightforward as you might imagine. This guide will show you exactly how to make sure your business is represented on Google Maps in your geographic area as well as what information your listing should contain. So grab your compass (optional) and join us on this Google Maps adventure.
In your gym or studio, you are handling sales, retention, operations, marketing, and more. With such a busy schedule and never ending “to-do” list, the thought of getting advertisements created and working for your business can be overwhelming. Between knowing how much to spend, what to say, or who target, there are a lot of variables that go into creating a money-making ad. Luckily, we are giving you a run-down of Facebook Lead Ads and how to use them to make money in your studio or gym.
As a salesperson, you understand the value of each and every contact method. Email is less invasive and a little more casual. Phone calls give you the opportunity to grab someone’s attention and know they are hearing you and your message. So where does texting fit in? Right in the middle. Texting is the perfect middle lane between a passive email and a potentially invasive phone call. Each contact method has their respective time and place, but if you aren’t using texting as an option, you are leaving money on the table. We have put together some reasons on why and how to use texting for your gym.
Despite email marketing being a proven tool for communicating with members, often club owners still feel apprehensive about using it. This aversion to email marketing limits a club’s ability to connect with its members and capitalize on opportunities. A recent Yodle survey found that far more respondents are open to receiving communication from businesses, like helpful tips, appointments reminders, and invitations to events, than actually receive these kinds of contacts. Here are 5 common misconceptions of email marketing: