What is your Lifetime Value (LTV) of your members? Could it be $1000, $2000, maybe it’s way more, right? If this is true, what would you focus on creating to produce a more consistent and enjoyable experience for your students, members, and customers?
Do things to help improve their experience and you will add major profits to your bottom line.
Starting and running your own martial arts school requires commitment, planning and good management. Choosing the best martial arts software which suits your needs will help you find and keep customers. RainMaker is an all in one martial arts management software designed specifically for martial arts schools. Created in 2003 by to use in martial arts…
So how good are you at the three skills? Are you a great marketer? Are you great at communicating the benefits to your prospects? Have you systematized and automated your entire business?
It’s sad, but too many business owners get this wrong. They focus on only what it is best for them while hurting the very people that trusted them, to begin with.
School tours are done when you first meet a potential student for the first time.
Imagine walking into a new place and everyone was dressed in strange robes, they were yelling weird phrases, and someone was speaking a different language, loudly.
Back to the reason I was furious. When a member walks in, they must always be greeted with a warm smile and a polite greeting. They should feel on top of the world.
Are you getting at least 4 to 10 new students per month? With just a little more effort you can increase your new sign-ups by 50 percent by taking a little consistent action and putting a few simple systems in place. Here are 5 tips to boost your enrollments without spending more money on marketing and advertising. 1.…
1. Email, Email, Email! Send out a broadcast email to all prospects. Make it short and sweet. It will seem genuine and less like bulk email. subject line: hey… email copy: Hey, are you still interested in checking out one of our martial arts programs? Let me know. – Scott 2. Shout it…
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