Organic posts only reach 2.6% of your page’s audience, and thanks to Facebook’s algorithm, those people are the ones who already engage with your content pretty often. To get your message in front of new people, you need to get familiar with boosted posts.
The most successful fitness studio owners know their trainers and coaches are just as important a part of the business as their members. With a great team in place at your studio, you can then step back and focus on growing your business. This means that your staff are the ones to interact with your members day in and day out; they need to exhibit traits you want to represent your fitness business.
Every good fitness studio owner knows how important it is to bring in new members each month. But what you may not know is what a potential member looks for when they visit a new studio. But we do. Here are 8 statistics that prove what people want in a fitness studio.
Picture yourself at your fitness studio. A new person visits your gym for the first time, and after class, they want to talk about membership options. You explain every option in detail and they seem really into it. Then you ask which plan they’re interested in. What do they say?
Let’s talk about a word nobody likes to think about: Attrition. We fitness professionals know how important it is to bring in new members, but all too often we stop counting once they purchase a class package. In reality, your attrition rate is just as important a metric as how many new memberships you sell.
45% of people say they are likely to invest in a gym membership of some kind within the next year. People want to increase their health levels; let’s take a look a what they’re looking for in a fitness studio.
Building up a strong presence on multiple online review sites isn’t hard, but it does take effort. Below we highlight 6 best practices that are proven to help fitness studios and gyms increase their number of online reviews and overall star rating.
Content creation and distribution has quickly become one of the top “musts” in the marketing world. Your fitness business needs to jump on board if it hasn’t already. And here’s the first stat that explains why …