star_3Episode 29: The one with Curtis in tight pants

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Hide your wives, hide your kids, hide your husband…it’s Curtis in tight pants!  Enjoy the new intro.  It was a lot of fun to do and only cost $150 if you ever decide to do something like that…not sure why you would…not sure why I would…but I did.

Setting goals for your staff is so incredibly important to the success of your fitness business, and I lay out a simple system to make sure you are inspecting what you expect.

I LOVE outsourcing.  Don’t get me wrong…nothing makes me prouder than being an American, but by golly there are some countries that are tickled pink to get $3/hour for your mindless work.  Which gives you more expendable income to get taxed on…so it balances out.

Who really understands Google?  Just when I think I have them figured out, they go and screw with me by changing things.  But there are some things that remain standard SEO procedures, and they can be found in the SEO cheatsheet above.

Corporate gym memberships.  Sometimes it’s a long arduous process, unless you begin by implementing this episode’s simple and powerful corporate fitness marketing strategy.

As always your thoughts are appreciated. Please leave a comment below that will benefit the other viewers AND will get you noticed by Google. Enjoy the show!


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  1. Curtis, The Christmas vouchers have been a great opportunity to pick up good quality leads again this year.$11.00 to purchase a $100 perceived value a great christmas present on 11/11/11 we sold 150 vouchers. We hope to convert 50% to full memberships as the voucher will allow the holder to one month in our facility.I will forward results by 28/2/12.
    Thanks George

  2. Hey Curtis!
    I have watched this episode a few times and always get something different from it. I guess it’s the episode that just keeps giving. I have a subscription to Club Solutions Mag and have never read it! Sad, I know! I am going to read this months issue right now.
    You rock!

  3. Thank you Curtis. It was my first viewing of FitBiz TV and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It is definitely a changing fitness market out there and a lot of us are set in our ways and need to look to others for advice. Thank you.

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