You will not be found if you do not use video for your business.
That’s harsh. I know. Because it is.
Facebook dropped the hammer... 🔨
I been away filming dudes from the WU and the best in the athletic performance industry. But don't worry Martial Arts peeps I got you!
The selling tactics of using promo codes and selling points. That's gone. Just check the stats now of those ads you run that have a promo code and an image.
Facebook wants conversation and quality.
Imagine being able to promote your school with Hollywood quality videos that are built SPECIFICALLY for the internet and social media.
We just launched our latest product at Dojo Muscle called QwikBurst Videos™ they are 1080 by 1080 square videos and regular sized videos (these rank very high in newsfeeds) and around 10 seconds.
Built to capture attention.
Facebook stats show that you have 1.7 seconds as an ad to capture attention...
People scroll and this is tested which is crazy, the length of the Statue of Liberty with their thumb every day.
Facebook has tested that short quick ads work the best for when people are on mobile.
Mobile users make up over 50% of all users on the internet.
Which is over 50% of the population using social media are doing so from their phone.
These ads are built specifically for that.
To prove to you how these videos work.
I am practically giving these away.
All 10 of them!
After this, I will pull these and they go right into our video vault in the new Muscle Up program never to be sold to the public again.
If you really want to make sure your business stays in the spotlight you must use videos that make an impact.
You know what it's about we have helped over 600 schools worldwide. We will continue to push the boundaries because that's what we do at Dojo Muscle
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.
This training was created for our free Facebook group (you can join the group here). But I thought it was so good I had to share it with the world.
Every year I compile a list of whats working and what isn't on Facebook (where I promote mainly) and I print it out and keep it handy.