When it comes to running a successful fitness studio, the key is to work smarter, not harder. Having a few great processes nailed down helps your gym operate at maximum capacity, which means more customers — and more money — for you. Here are 3 processes that’ll help your fitness studio become way more efficient when it comes to growth and scalability.
A year and a half ago, Michael Gianeskis (studio owner) made the decision to move his fitness business to a new location. Just like many other gyms, the facility had outgrown its space. South Tampa Fit, a functional fitness and bootcamp-style training facility in south Florida, was in need of a new location.
It’s our goal at Loud Rumor to help 100,000 people find a healthy lifestyle through fitness. So when we see a fitness studio that also kills this goal by helping their members with their workout service, we get pretty excited. Scottsdale Pilates & Yoga — or SPY — is one of those studios.
Landing pages are a huge part of our Fit FLAVER program here at Loud Rumor. Not only are they a great place to showcase your fitness studio’s offer, but it’s also the perfect, distraction-free environment for leads to opt in to your promotion.
Here at Loud Rumor, we love working with fitness studio owners who throw their heart and soul into the improvement of people’s lives through fitness. It’s a recurring theme in the industry that the ones who eat, sleep, and breathe fitness get the best results.
Jeremy Hass, owner of TruHIT and TruCycle in Scottsdale and North Phoenix, AZ, is one of those studio owners. He’s relentless in his approach to growing his business and taking care of the studios’ members. He entered the TruHit franchise less than a year after it opened in 2013, and now owns 2 locations.
There’s no denying that Snapchat has taken the marketing world by storm. The app that rose to fame on its “here today, gone tomorrow” style of posting launched a system that will allow third parties to sell ads on it, giving Snapchat more credibility than ever.
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We’re thankful to work with some really awesome fitness studios here at Loud Rumor. Sure, our Fit FLAVER program gets a ton of leads for a lot of different clubs and boutique studios, but the best results come from owners who take the framework we provide them and run with it.
At Loud Rumor, we love Facebook advertising. It’s quickly become a #1 way to get our fitness customers tons of leads, which is why it’s a key part of our Fit FLAVER program. Facebook ads are a great way to reach a huge number of ideal customers, but not every ad is a home run. To get the most out of an advertising budget, A/B testing is crucial. This is where we run different ad elements at the same time to figure out which works best and which (for our fitness studios’ sake) get the most and highest converting leads. Let’s dive in.