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Turn Your Fitness Business Into A Marketing Machine: Part 2

You could have the best fitness marketing systems in the world, but none of that matters if you can’t convert prospects to customers… and customers into long term clients… when they walk through your door.

But how do you get people to give you money without coming across as a slimy used car salesman?

And how do you build strong relationships with new customers and turn them into happy, long-term committed clients?

If you can’t hit your sales numbers or are struggling with retention, don’t fret: you, too, can close sales so you can lead prospects down the path to hitting their goals, improving their health, and ultimately, transforming their lives.

Learn how to turn your fear of sales into a proven sales process that’ll help you get and keep happy clients.

Download our guide on how to Turn Your Fitness Business into a Marketing Machine: Part 2 (147.00 value) and discover:

  • The limiting beliefs you’ll need to overcome so that you can crush your sales goals
  • A proven 7.5-step sales conversion system you need to master
  • The best way to set expectations for your clients in their first 30 days
  • How to provide more value and better serve your clients through upselling (which will also increase your bottom line)
  • How to provide ongoing service delivery to keep your clients coming back
  • And much, much more!

Use this second part of our three-guide series to get customers to commit to their goals, grow your relationship with them, and turn them into long-term clients, and you’ll be well on your way to turning your fitness business into a marketing machine!

Register to download the guide on Turn Your Fitness Business into a Marketing Machine: Part 2 (147.00 value) now.

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You could have the best fitness marketing systems in the world, but none of that matters if you can’t convert prospects to customers… and customers into long term clients… when they walk through your door.

But how do you get people to give you money without coming across as a slimy used car salesman?

And how do you build strong relationships with new customers and turn them into happy, long-term committed clients?

If you can’t hit your sales numbers or are struggling with retention, don’t fret: you, too, can close sales so you can lead prospects down the path to hitting their goals, improving their health, and ultimately, transforming their lives.

Learn how to turn your fear of sales into a proven sales process that’ll help you get and keep happy clients.

Download our guide on how to Turn Your Fitness Business into a Marketing Machine: Part 2 (147.00 value) and discover:

  • The limiting beliefs you’ll need to overcome so that you can crush your sales goals
  • A proven 7.5-step sales conversion system you need to master
  • The best way to set expectations for your clients in their first 30 days
  • How to provide more value and better serve your clients through upselling (which will also increase your bottom line)
  • How to provide ongoing service delivery to keep your clients coming back
  • And much, much more!

Use this second part of our three-guide series to get customers to commit to their goals, grow your relationship with them, and turn them into long-term clients, and you’ll be well on your way to turning your fitness business into a marketing machine!

Register to download the guide on Turn Your Fitness Business into a Marketing Machine: Part 2 (147.00 value) now.

Sean Greeley
CEO NPE

"Marketing is great for getting customers through the door, but what comes after they step foot in your gym is where the rubber hits the road. Selling isn’t a dirty word--it’s a proven system of communicating effectively with the people you want to help, so they can improve their health and crush their fitness goals. And making a sale isn’t the end goal--developing a long-term relationship is. Learn and master a system that’ll help you build relationships with your customers and turn them into happy, committed clients."

-- Sean Greeley, CEO NPE