My wife and I recently invested in Ray Higdon’s newest product called Pro Blog Academy. It’s the first joint venture between Ray and Magnetic Sponsoring – when we first heard about it we were COMPLETELY STOKED because, first of all Ray Higdon is a legend. And… well, Magnetic Sponsoring only releases premium training programs.
We just finished watching Module 2 and we are SO EXCITED because it has helped us TREMENDOUSLY. Ray, thank you so much for creating such a great product! And a big Thank You to Magnetic Sponsoring for helping put this product out there!
If you’re a personal trainer that is looking to stand out in one of the MOST COMPETITIVE markets – New York City – you can do so through blogging.
Why? Because most of your prospective clients are using Google to find a trainer that is knowledgeable and suitable for their particular needs. If you can solve your prospective client’s problems, they will be more likely to hunt you down and seek out your services.
So, you may be asking, “How do I come up with consistently good content on an almost daily basis?” Well, this is what Ray covered in his Pro Blog Academy program – and I’m going to share with you some helpful tips that you can use to stand out and attract more clients. As a personal trainer, you know that most people find you through word of mouth referrals. What’s cool is that a great blogging strategy can enhance word of mouth referrals TREMENDOUSLY, through viral sharing on social media.
In order to stand out in such a competitive city, you need to establish your online brand. Check it out…
- Create your blog
- Let your personality shine through. Be yourself.
- WordPress.org is best because you own your content. If you need help getting started, let me know and I’d be happy to lend a hand.
- Write in your blog 5-7 days a week
- Get in the heads of your prospects. Ask the following questions:
- What do they want?
- What are their struggles?
- What can you solve for them?
- What are their common problems?
Provide value to them.
- Be CONSISTENT
Blog Content Creation
So how will you generate ideas on what to write on a daily basis? What a great question. Well, I thought this was going to be tough, but now it’s not so much of a struggle – thanks to Ray. Here are three simple ways that you can create fresh content:
- Your Existing Training Library
You probably have a bunch of books, magazines, trade journals, and even webinars with regard to fitness. Go through these and find tips that your readers may find helpful. Lists are great – your target prospect loves to read about the Top 5 Ways to get their abs to pop.
- Ask Your Existing Clients
The next time you meet each of your clients, ask what their top questions are with regard to achieving their specific goals. These questions can be blog titles! All you have to do is answer these questions on your blog! More than likely there are many other people that have the same questions.
- Barnes and Noble
If you ever get writers block, all you have to do is go to Barnes and Noble, pick 5 books and look for lists. I’m not saying to plagiarize. Always give credit where credit is due. Either way, you will be able to keep up to date – and your readers will know that you’re on top of your game. Ultimately, this will provide credibility. Another great tip to generate extra cash is to join Amazon as an affiliate – you can post links to these books on your blog and earn a commission!
If you follow these tips, you are sure to increase your visibility amongst the sea of competition. It’s ABSOLUTELY vital to remember that results won’t come right away. Just like working out – you won’t see results within a week, but if you apply the same dedication and consistency that you do to your workouts, you WILL GET RESULTS.
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