Essentially I went over the content creation blueprint for creating videos.
I learned something greatly that day. The most important part of your business is your ability to keep and grow your relationships.
Relationships with your employees, students, prospects, with the community, with other businesses around you. That is the most important aspect of all business.
Yet it is often so overlooked or put to the side in search of better "tricks".
Look you have a message. You need to get it out to the world. Your message is different from mine, and from every other person reading this.
Using high quality marketing tools along with your own message and voice will get you the most bang for the buck.
It's important to always remember that it's hard work to build on your relationships and fairly easy to tear them down if you do something wrong.
Work on those relationships. The internal ones, the external ones as well as the relationship you have with yourself and you will see great things happen.
Martial arts marketing is more than just promoting your business. It's about building real connections with your audience and creating lasting relationships.
With the accessibility of the internet at an all-time high, the digital era ...
In this post, I will go over where I think trends are going for Martial Arts Marketing - and Gym Marketing for the remainder of 2023 and into 2024.
Seasons come in, and seasons go out. And if the last few years taught us anything - everything can - and probably will change.
As a fitness or martial arts instructor or as a gym or dojo owner, maintaining a solid connection with your students is essential for ensuring the success and growth of your classes.
One effective method of fostering these relationships is student retention cards and handwritten notes.