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.
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?