Tag Archive: marketing

3 Ways to Increase Your Visibility as a Health + Wellness Expert

October 3, 2018

Do you want to be a booked out health + wellness pro? I thought so. Getting visible is a really big part of being seen online. Which makes sense because you’re pretty much invisible if you aren’t visible. Right? It all comes down to showing up consistently and serving your tribe. So let’s dive into 3 ways to increase your visibility as a health + wellness pro. And make sure you stick around until the end because I’ve got a little something extra for you that will help you book out your schedule.   Be a Guest Being a guest can take so many forms. You could be a Guest blogger, vlogger, do virtual summits, do collaborations with other business... View Article

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3 Reasons Your Fitness Studio Needs a Website

June 27, 2018

Many fitness studios and personal trainers rely on word on word of mouth referrals and in-person relationship building to keep clients coming around. While this will always be an important part of your marketing plan, please don’t forget about your website. Today I’m sharing 3 ways that fitness studios will benefit from having an online presence. Your website will allow you to stand out from the competition, take advantage of new marketing tactics, and make it easier for your clients to buy from you. That’s a win-win-win in my book! Keep ready to learn the 3 reasons that your fitness studio needs a website.   Establish a Digital Storefront Think of your website as your businesses online storefront. It needs... View Article

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Mistakes I made the first time I started my business

July 6, 2017

If you have been reading my blog for a little while now, you might have read one of my first posts about quitting my day job. In this article, I mentioned that this wasn’t the first time that I left a job and went out on my own. I actually started Jules Design in 2011 and went back to a full-time job, as a designer/developer, in 2014. If I could go back in time, I would definitely change a few things about the first time I ran my business. I did a few things right too, but more importantly, I did a few very BIG things wrong. After accepting my full-time job, I reflected on my time as a freelancer... View Article

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