Fitness club and gym owners who care about their clients and want to best serve their needs can use data to make marketing decisions that bring new clients and improve services offered to existing clients. Data-driven marketing decisions are for fitness Marketing professionals who believe in getting results through accountability and hands-on support.
Analyze Member Demographics
You can’t communicate with your audience effectively until you understand their identities, needs and wants. The simplest way to analyze member demographics is through a short survey that collects essential information about the clients. The survey can include questions about the members’ fitness goals, the services and training they view as essential and the obstacles they face in getting to the next level. The next step is to use the demographic data gathered from the members to respond to their expressed desires.
Implement Google Analytics
You can use Google Analytics to analyze your web traffic and glean more information about the visitors to your site. Google Analytics can tell you the time that each user spent on a page as well as the pages they visited. In this way, you can separate the casual visitor from the potential client and create a statistical analysis of the most popular pages visited on the site to narrow down the most popular training and fitness services that clients and visitors are interested in.
Visualize the Story
If you need to extract and analyze data from more complex systems, some basic literacy in SQL and Python will go a long way. Python and SQL are quantitative modeling tools that can help you with data mining. This means that you will be able to create data categories and formulas, retrieve it, store it in a database and update it as the data changes. Having a big picture of the data can give you a more complete visualization of your consumer base.
It’s important to collect customer feedback at the time that the service is completed. Create a simple survey or form that customers can fill in after training or working out. The best time for customers to answer a survey is when the experience is fresh in their mind. Make customers feel that their feedback, whether positive or negative, is valued.
Once you’ve used these tips to gather data from your customer base, act on it. Implement the easiest changes first so that the customers view you as responsive to their needs and attentive to their feedback.
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Tim Lyons is an avid gym goer that takes his workouts as seriously as his commitment to the business of fitness. Tim not only talks the talk, but also walks the walk. Tim is the founder and CEO of ProFit Marketing Solutions and Pulse Fitness Training Facility (est. 2008). Tim has spent the last decade as a gym owner and operator in the fitness industry. Tim knows firsthand the challenges of gym ownership and understands the need for reliable, results-driven marketing solutions. As the creator of Pro-Fit Marketing Solutions, Tim has devised industry-specific marketing strategies to help other club owners get better results for their business.
Tim is a featured speaker at conferences, workshops, and podcasts helping fitness professionals learn how to market personal training services and to progress into a lifestyle of profit and freedom. As a published writer, Tim has written articles on the business of fitness and marketing strategies for gym owners for trade journals, wellness lifestyle publications, and contributes regularly to national publications such as Funnel Magazine.
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