Hi Cece, check out www.Fiturgy.com to help you with promoting your personal training services. This online platform and mobile application will allow you to create a profile with all of your specialties and qualifications, which clients can then access and use to connect with you. Via the platform, you can choose to offer either in person training, online custom training programs, or online pre-built workouts that you can post on your profile and clients can access, either for free or for purchase, at your request. You can take payment and create appointment directly via the website or mobile app to maximize your client management efficiency, and make yourself available to clients around the world to maximize your client base. Feel free to sign up at www.Fiturgy.com to be one of the first to test the beta version of the soon to be launched platform. Hope this helps.
I would be here all day if I tried to give you advice for using facebook or twitter to market my business. Lucky for you (and everyone else who watches), Motionsoft, recently had a webinar regarding this topic. If you want to watch it click the link below, fill out the necessary information and download the material. It is very informative and should answer all your questions! If you have any more questions/concerns feel free to message me.
Social media and marketing
The best I can say is to be yourself! It’s okay to talk about some personal things but it’s also okay to share your knowledge. We buy from people we like and trust. When you are yourself online, then you are in a better position to build that trust. Although everyone seems to have a way to market with social media, it’s important to be yourself first.
The one piece of advice that I would give would be that no matter what marketing tool you use, keep it up-to-date! One of the problems I find with using online marketing methods (e.g. FB, Twitter or whatever) is that often people will use a “set-it, and forget-it” approach, meaning that they set-up the account and then quite often let it go stale by not constantly and consistently monitoring its content.
Having an online presence for marketing can be great, but it can also reflect poorly on our business or services if we allow it to become stagnant. So I would say my one piece of advice is that “whatever you use, keep it fresh!”
I hope that this helps.