These days, email marketing is invaluable in connecting with potential and current clients. Whether you’re a personal trainer, health coach, or nutritionist, keeping in touch with prospective and ongoing customers is one of the best ways to show them you care, stay fresh in their memory, and start or continue receiving their business.
Naming your business is a big decision. Your services and expertise are critical to the success of your business, but so is the brand you build around them — and it all starts with a name. You want your business name to resonate with your audience and stand out from the competition.
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In this connected age, any business needs an online presence. It is important to share your personal experiences with fitness training and your overall knowledge of health, fitness, and nutrition with your audience and potential clients.
What made you want to become a fitness and nutrition professional? It probably wasn’t your excitement about marketing your business. But to be a successful business owner and help your clients reach their goals, you need clients. In this article, we help you learn how to craft marketing messages that feel and sound like you so you can attract your ideal clients.
You want to be as proud of your website as you are your business and the work you do. But website development has gotten sophisticated, and navigating the process can be daunting. Don’t stress! Get a website you can be proud of with these tips and tricks:Know Your Brand
Email marketing is one of the most effective ways to market your health services online.
But with the rise in social media, many health coaches and personal trainers have shifted their online marketing efforts away from this sales channel under the assumption that email marketing is a waste of time.
Social media isn’t really optional for fitness coaches anymore—it’s essential. When potential clients are searching for a fitness coach to help them reach their goals, Facebook and Instagram are often the first places they look.
When you get only one shot at a great first impression, you’ve got to get it right. Luckily, with just a few small tweaks, your social media presence can be a natural extension of yourself and an enjoyable way to inspire and engage with other fitness trainers, friends, and potential clients.
With the tremendous growth of the health and fitness industry over the past few years, choosing to become a personal trainer can be an extremely lucrative career path. But when bills are on the horizon and you still don’t have your first paying client, many newcomers can feel discouraged and give up too soon.
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