Editor’s Note: This week’s guest post comes to us from Jessica Thiefels, owner of personal training business Honest Body Fitness. In addition to being an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and NASM Certified Fitness Nutrition specialist, Jessica is an experienced content marketing consultant who helps other businesses teach more people to love what their bodies can do. Today, she’s sharing the lead-generation tactics she sees working for fitness pros right now—once those fitness pros know to use them.
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A good website is a must for personal trainers and other fitness pros. But it won’t drive very many leads on its own—especially in its infancy, before you’ve built a large following or brand.
In those early weeks and months, you need to do everything you can to turn as much of your site traffic as possible into leads for your business.
Why bother with lead generation when what you ultimately need is clients?
Because if you don’t, you’re missing a major chance to engage with an interested audience.
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An easy gig that makes you money while you sit on the couch.
That’s how a lot of people view affiliate marketing. But while it truly can be a reliable passive income generator, using affiliate programs to make more than pocket money takes work.
You have to build your following and instill enough trust in your audience that they will want to buy the products you recommend.
You have to establish a personal brand and create content that will engage your audience before you can even think about selling anything to anyone.
And that’s where the work of promoting the product you’re trying to endorse starts. Once you do have a following and you’re creating content and endorsing a product, you still have to be sure that readers click your affiliate link and actually make a purchase.
Read more “Affiliate Marketing Tips from the Experts: How to Grow Your Audience & Your Commission Checks”
Successful marketing pretty much boils down to predicting the way people will behave.
When we create an ad that’s designed to target a certain audience on Facebook, we’re predicting that a percentage of the people that see it will click through and learn more about our product … and that the percentage of people who purchase will be higher than the cost of running that ad.
When we hold a webinar, we’re expecting that people will see how the product we’re demonstrating can fit into their own work and will invest in it. We make assumptions about the problems we can help them solve.
So wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to actually know how your customer is finding your product and know what problems they’re looking to solve? Wouldn’t you create stronger offers, build better landing pages, and get more conversions?
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