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6 Key Steps to Growing Your Online Fitness Business

If you’re not online these days, you’re seriously missing out. Getting your fitness business online doesn’t simply mean having a website, although that is a major part of an online business – it also means being present on social media and having a blog. There is also another great way to GROW your business online and improving your online presence overall – email marketing.

Inbox Detox

As a health and fitness professional, you want your time to be focussed on your clients, don’t you? You want your attention to be on them so they get a tip top service. But if you suffer from inbox overload, it can be hard to provide a timely service. Emails get lost in the crowd of unnecessary junk email you get (probably from signing up to get someone’s freebie). Using these few tips and applications I manage to keep on top of my inbox and periodically have an inbox detox. Why not try it?

Using Facebook as Your Business Page – Changes

Using Facebook as your Business page is a great way to raise your online profile. Remember the good old days when you could just click on the top right-hand menu and select “use FB as your page”? Well, those days are gone! But, fear not, you can still use Facebook as your page.

[How to] Fix Displayed Images on Facebook

Posting videos of you in action in your fitness business is a great way to get people to engage. Have you ever posted a link to your Facebook fitness business page and not had the correct image appear in the link preview? Quite often I have linked to one of my blog posts and an image has appeared that I wasn’t expecting. For example, it may pull in the image from the side bar and NOT the (featured) image from within the post. Thankfully, I use WordPress so can be assured that nine times out of ten when I post the link to my blog post to Facebook it will show the image I have set a “featured image” within the post. But what if it doesn’t?

All you need to know about Facebook Images

The constant changes in Facebook’s algorithms means that different types of posts fair better with differing audiences and whilst you should always check your insights to see what works best for YOUR fans it is an almost universal truth that images fair best and have the most chance of achieving the elusive title of having gone “viral”. This post will give you the low-down on Facebook images for your fitness business; from where you can create them, where they go and what size they should be.