Archive for November, 2011

No Money Down

No Money Down

Posted on 06. Nov, 2011 by .

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1 year of 12 Week “No Money Down” Marketing Systems So here is my secret, well not a secret anymore! This is my reoccurring 12 week deal site cycle Fit For Life Solutions does. It brings in thousands of dollars per cycle and 100’s of clients without fail. It will vary from bootcamp owner to bootcamp owner and city to city. But you can make this work as successfully as I do. I use 3 Bay Area deal sites; www.PlumDistrict.com, www.JuiceInTheCity.com and www.Tippr.com. I have used Facebook, www.LivingSocial.com and www.GroupON.com and they have been great, but they are hard to land on a consistent run basis because of their back log of people wanting to run. The deal i run is my “$247 4 week Bootcamp program + $50 gym membership, a $297 value for 39$!”. So find 3 of the biggest local sites you can in your area and start working them. So here is the format: Week 1 : Deal Site #1 Runs Week 3 : Deal Site #2 Runs Week 5 : Deal Site #3 Runs Week 6-12 : Convert from Coupon to EFT. This looks easy, and yes it is! In all the times i’ve run […]

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Choose The One You Like Best

Choose The One You Like Best

Posted on 05. Nov, 2011 by .

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Why Corporate Fitness Is Better Than You Think With Greg Justice What’s the deal with corporate fitness? Greg Justice Explains Greg Justice is here to share some of his expertise on the corporate fitness world. He’s been involved in it for over two decades, and definitely knows a thing or two. Greg currently has multiple contracts with small and large businesses all over the U.S. And the cool part is, he doesn’t even have to be at any of these locations. He’s got the whole system figured out. And in this interview he answers some of the most important questions when it comes to getting into corporate fitness. Interview Highlights What makes a corporate fitness program good for business. What happens if a business doesn’t have space for the program. What the best types of business to target. What size classes are good in a corporate program. How many classes should be held at a business. Why the corporate wellness game is changing right now. Why it may not be harder to get an account with a large business over a small one. Why certain businesses may be better to approach then others. How to bill a business for a […]

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The Just For You Special

The Just For You Special

Posted on 04. Nov, 2011 by .

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Erick here and I want to share with you a secret to closing a deal with a client. But before I go into the details, I would like to tell you about my grandfather who was very frugal but would never pass up a “good deal.” He would buy products that he didn’t even need simple because he felt that the deal was so good, he couldn’t pass it up. Most people share my grandfathers obsession with finding a “good deal.” This does not mean you have to give away your products or services. You should always build value in your products or services before you ask for the order. Once you have built sufficient value in your products or services offer them you prices. Your prices should be fair and justified by the value of your products or services. Confidently, ask for the order. Patiently, wait for a response and ask them if they have any questions that you can answer for them. If they seem reluctant or want to think about it, give them “The Just For You Special.”   You: “Mrs. Jones, I know you are excited to get started so you can reach your goal of […]

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Contract and Exit Interview Tips

Contract and Exit Interview Tips

Posted on 03. Nov, 2011 by .

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[vimeo 31258549] Hey. What’s up guys? This is Zach Hunt here for Super-Trainer.com and I have some pretty cool tips I want to share with you and I’m pretty excited. This is the first video for the site and I’m even wearing my Superman shirt or Superman type thing because I know that’s something that Sam likes to have on. It’s his cartoon icon on his graphic, the cartoon graphic. So I want to talk about your client experience. I know the focus is on getting new clients and marketing and sales and all that and that’s great. There’s also a huge part of something that we do that seems to really help. It’s when a client is wanting to quit – I know a lot of trainers where they – like a client will fire off an email. Hey, I’m done with this program. I’m quitting or hey, I want to take a rest or whatever and let’s take the email and cancel them out, their subscription. Even if you’re on a 12-month contract, a lot of trainers just cancel out the contract and besides the fact if you stick – many people stick to their contract or not, […]

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Fitness Marketing 101

Posted on 02. Nov, 2011 by .

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Fitness Marketing While it is true that Facebook can be a popular tool for fitness marketing, the best fitness marketing techniques incorporate a lot more than just social networking. While a fitness marketing system should not over extend itself, two or three different methods of advertisement should be utilized. The internet provides a multitude of promotional tools that fitness marketing experts can take advantage of. Simply having a Facebook puts a business on the map as far as marketing goes. But having more than just a Facebook going is what puts a business ahead of the competition when it comes to advertising. Fitness Marketing Potential For example, having a regularly updated blog that is properly Search Engine Optimized can greatly improve the fitness marketing potential that might otherwise be squandered. Search Engine Optimization is not rocket science. The blog writer just has to keep in mind what would annoy them about a blog post and avoid it. For example, a reader would not read a blog post that was nothing, but repetitious “Come to Tony’s Gym” over and over. Also for English readers, they want to read blog posts that make sense. They do not want to read a post […]

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