Archive for October, 2012

How To Attract Fitness Clients With Facebook Part 2

How To Attract Fitness Clients With Facebook Part 2

Posted on 03. Oct, 2012 by .

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As mentioned earlier, some fitness studios feel paid Facebook ads are a good supplemental strategy. You can choose “Sponsored Stories,” which will show up in a newsfeed. According to Facebook’s EdgeRank, organic posts on your wall will only reach 16 percent of your fans’ news feeds, since the feeds are continually updated. “Facebook Ads” target people with specific interests to maximize your reach. We use both methods for our studios. When creating a Facebook ad, you’ll want to decide where to send your prospects. Do you want them to sign up for an event or an offer? Do you want them to become a subscriber, download an e-book, or fill out a survey? Next you’ll want to define your target audience by age, location, interests and gender. You should decide who should view your ad – anyone, friends, or friends of your friends. For instance, you may want to make some offers available only to your current fans. For other offers you may want to cast a wider net. You will want each ad or sponsored story to be… Relevant – By knowing the likes & interests of your target demographic Valuable – By providing something your prospects want Clear […]

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Dustin Martorano Exposed!!!

Dustin Martorano Exposed!!!

Posted on 01. Oct, 2012 by .

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Hey, for those of you who don’t know who I am. My name is Dustin Martorano of Lake County Boot Camps and formerly was the owner of ChiTown Boot Camps. “Why you’re reading from a teleprompter Dustin?” “So You Admit You’re THE Owner of “Chitown Boot Camps” Today, I’m gonna tell you how one man’s greed caused a boot camp company with 3 locations, 180 members, and 8 employees go out of business. “Now You Say Someone else’s Greed Closed It Down But You’re The Owner” About a year and a half ago, I met Sam Bakhtiar at a fitness marketing event in California. We got to talking and discussing the possibilities of opening a boot camp in the Chicago area. You and Neil the other partner you owe money to talked about it and asked me to be a part of it. I never wanted to be a part of it and definitely made it known that I will not be moving to Chicago After a few weeks of phone calls, we had formed this business with a few other partners but I’m not gonna mention their names. You mean  the other partner (Neil) that you still owe money […]

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