On top of that is the reality that creating a community takes time. It will take a lot of time and it will test your dedication in the long run.
Collectively, our first tip would be… start a conversation now.
On this episode of The Fitness Business Authority Podcast, Matt & I share our insights on how to effectively grow an audience for your fitness business. We will reveal what you’re totally missing out and doing wrong for the longest time in your marketing. And also, we tell you where you can access that one-stop resource for your fitness business.
“Try to nurture a relationship with someone until they get to a point that they trust you enough to ask you for help” – Liam Thompson
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Liam Thompson is an online marketing consultant for businesses helping them attract more clients though their websites and online media. He has been a coach in the fitness industry for the last 5 years because of his deep passion for helping people achieve their goals in life. In fact he helped hundreds of people lose weight and get healthy and change their lives and to date we have helped over 50 personal trainers build their fitness businesses online. Liam has been a speaker at the biggest Fitness Marketing seminar in the UK, worked on joint ventures with top internet marketing experts and helped some of the Biggest Names in the Fitness Industry with the online part of their businesses. Originally from Ballymena in Northern Ireland Liam now lives in Wilmslow, Cheshire with his wife and son and spends his spare time keeping fit and playing football. Liam is also an avid supporter of Everton Football Club.