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I agree with Debra. Your existing clients (no matter how many or how few you have) are perhaps your best and most effective way to get more clients. There’s nothing like a satisfied customer who has personally seen the value of what you do, to help promote your services. A second, and often overlooked, way to expose yourself to potential clients is to write or speak to public forums. I love to write, and so for me writing articles for a variety of publications was a natural fit for me. Writing timely and accurate articles or arranging to speak to groups about a health, exercise or fitness topic of interest will go a long way to help you find new clients.
I hope this helps.
First, do an excellent job with the ones that you have now!
Then let them talk for you and reward them for doing it!
“I have a few spots open, and if I’m doing a good job for you and there’s someone you know would benefit from exercise I’d love to give them a complimentary session. If they get started with me I’ll reward you with a full session free.”
Define who you are, why you’re different, and why anyone should train with you as opposed to the 10 other trainers they might choose from. What question are YOU the answer to?
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