Savvy business leaders understand the importance of creating a robust business plan and aligned marketing strategy. As we begin to understand the economic impacts COVID-19 will have on U.S. businesses and workers, organizations that stick with their strategic plans will help to minimize them.
We'll assume your gym already has a decent website, and you've created listings on Google My Business, Yelp, and Bing. You may also advertise on Facebook, Google, and Instagram. So, let's jump beyond the basics into 6 unique, creative ways to market your gym.
The trees are changing colors, the air is getting crisp, the smell of pumpkin spice tickles your nose and you seem to have fewer browsers and more customers.
Why is this? The holiday season is already upon us!
As the holidays approach, marketers will begin to plan for their upcoming year’s strategy. In its latest earnings call, Snapchat mentioned achieving a major milestone of having surpassed Twitter in the total amount of daily active users; 186 million versus 126 million. Although many had disregarded the platform after its disastrous IPO as a viable long-term marketing channel, it is currently worth re-evaluating the pertinence of including Snapchat into one’s digital strategy.
Opening up a restaurant is no easy task: It involves purchasing expensive equipment, deciding on delicious menu items, and then training a staff. There’s a long list, yet marketing has not been a priority. You’re putting yourself through a lot of stress and spending a lot of money – yet you don’t know if people will even show up to your grand opening.
According to recent statistics, there are over 2 million active real estate licensees in the United States working in both the residential and commercial real estate sector. With this much competition, it is imperative that any real estate agent building their business continue to grow their database.