Archive for January, 2012

USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO CONNECT WITH CLIENTS

Posted on 18. Jan, 2012 by .

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As you look for personal trainer marketing tips, keep in mind that it’s not just about drumming up new prospects. Much of our time and effort must be devoted to strengthening relationships with existing clients and ferreting out valuable referrals. This will bring us the most pre-qualified traffic and the easiest sales. We’re in the business of marketing ourselves, even more than the business of marketing our training programs. When you think of it that way, there is no better vehicle for self-promotion than social media. HOW DO PERSONAL TRAINERS USE SOCIAL MEDIA IN THEIR BUSINESSES? According to a neat infographic by WeightTraining.com… • 85% of personal trainers use Facebook. • 81% of trainers plan to increase their social media budgets this year. • 77% of personal trainers use Twitter. • 67% increased their social media budgets over the last year. • 61% just started dabbling in social media. • 58% of personal trainers use LinkedIn. • 49% of personal trainers use YouTube. • 25% of personal trainers say they are “heavily involved” in social media. Personal trainers are using all the tools at their disposal, including social media websites, online fitness communities and apps. They are using regular blog […]

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Motion Creates Emotion

Motion Creates Emotion

Posted on 18. Jan, 2012 by .

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In some cases, emotion creates motion. The Menendez brothers were driven by emotion to kill their parents. O.J. Simpson was driven by emotion to break-and-enter into a room at the Palace-Station Casino to steal his old football memorabilia back at gunpoint. Emotion drove an obsessive Enya stalker to stab himself after being ejected from her parents’ pub in Gweedore. US House of Representatives Congressman Anthony Weiner was moved by emotion to send nude photos to women via his Twitter account. These crimes of passion were all pretty gnarly and emotions can lead to positive motion as well, but my point is this: In other cases, motion creates emotion. Put Your Positive Thoughts Into Motion To Feel Positive Emotions. Bob Proctor once said, “Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.” Similarly, Mark Victor Hansen said, “You control your future, your destiny. What you think about comes about. By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands: your own.” The goal is to put your body into motion doing positive things that […]

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Your Successful Personal Training Client

Your Successful Personal Training Client

Posted on 17. Jan, 2012 by .

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Hey it’s your boy Sam here. I got a killer post for you today with one of my most successful clients Dan Charlier. He is the client that I volunteer to train myself so that I can get to be around him and learn from him. I know all of you have one or two high very high powered personal training or boot camp clients. Do not miss this opportunity to learn from them. Dan is my financial advisor as well as one of my mentors. Enjoy!!! The Office of Dan Charlier 8942 Willemite blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Office 909) 376-8514 Fax 909) 583-9368 Assistant’s Jessica’s email: dcharlier8@gmail.com www.DanielCharlier.com http://Facebook.com/dan.charlier      Sam: Hey everybody! This is your boy 7-figure Sam from Super-Trainer.com and today I’m in Chino Hills with my man Dan Charlier. Dan: What’s up Sam? Sam: What’s going on Dan? How are you? Dan: I’m doing awesome man. Sam: Now Dan is a long-time friend of mine and one of my clients for many years. He is a chairman of World Financial Group and he is not only a mentor and a friend, but also he advises me financially. Making sure that I don’t make the mistakes that I […]

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How To Automate Your Email Marketing To Get More Clients

How To Automate Your Email Marketing To Get More Clients

Posted on 17. Jan, 2012 by .

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[youtube gv0UzrkLd8w] Today I want to teach you how I automate my emails to get more clients. The first thing you want to do is get your prospects to give you their primary email address. The way you do this is by getting traffic to your squeeze page. If you don’t know what a squeeze page is, let me explain. A squeeze page is a mini site that offers a free video or free ebook in exchange for someone’s email address. The purpose of a squeeze page is to capture these leads so that you can market to them over and over again. Currently the best way to get leads is to use pay per click ads to drive traffic to your mini site. The  technique that I’m going to show you today is a technique that works very well and I’m confident it will work in your business. First you want to create a free offer in exchange for someone’s email address. Once someone opts in for your free offer, it is now time to develop a relationship with that prospect. The best way to develop trust and authority with that prospect is to email them very good content. […]

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The X Factor For Fitness Business Success

The X Factor For Fitness Business Success

Posted on 16. Jan, 2012 by .

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If one of your clients wants to lose weight, it’s more about their want, desire and willingness to stick to your program than it is about having any magic system. If you want to build a six or seven figure business, it’s more about your hunger and willingness to do what most won’t than it is about the latest greatest marketing fad or client getting system. I can look back and see this clearly hold true in pretty much any success I’ve ever had and for all the successful people I’ve known. When I became a Baseball Coach, the two previous coaches at that University had been a former Major League All-Star and a legendary high school coach that had made the jump to coaching at the collegiate level. Both struggled in the job I was about to take – and both had tons more experience, credentials and resources. I was 23 and I can look back and count on one hand the number of people that expected me to be even modestly successful – and that’s including myself. But the fear of failure drove me tirelessly.  With less experience, worse facilities and poorer resources than virtually everyone we competed […]

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