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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you recommend paid ads on Facebook? What about Instagram?
Been trying to get teachers in the studio and not having luck...free class did not do it...ideas?
Why is Twitter not so great? I thought Instagram is just photos? Sorry not so clued up on social media! Thanks
If you create an event, how do you push it on Instagram if you don't have many followers?
How do you hack the Facebook algorithms to get your posts or events seen by maximum of people?
How are you transitioning from your “Irresistible Offer” Students to regular paying clients? I find they need more time to make it a habit. Advice?
What do you think about Yelp and its ads?
For teachers not affiliated with a studio and mind-body, what do you recommend for easy student sign up and tracking and payment?
Is your yoga party free admission?
Do you charge for people attending the yoga party (1 hr. class)?
I would like to start an e-mail list, was referred to Mailchimp.com. Have you heard of this? If so, do you recommend this or something different?
What is wrong with constant contact, specifically?
How often should you send emails?
What's the best way to get yogis interested in becoming yoga teachers?
For outside classes, like in a park or a beach- do I need to ask the city if I need a permit?
What do you think about selling yoga plus other local activities as a 4-6-hour excursion event?
My studio is new and doesn't offer memberships because the teachers are expected to market themselves and take payment for classes on their own instead of through the studio. What recommendations do you have? We are having trouble getting students to try us out?
What about creating a unique experience that incorporates yoga such as small home parties hosted by either student in their home or someone interested with a few of their friends?
Do you have advice for teachers at a studio who want to grow their own classes but don't have the power to offer free classes or intro offers. For example, not owners and only teachers?
I'm introducing a new type of yoga to my community. I just moved to my town and I am trying to plan a yoga party type workshop to get a feel for my clientele. It will be my first workshop but you just said not to charge for a yoga party, do you have any advice? Should I not charge for this?
I am a new teacher with new classes on the schedule. How can I get students to come to my class in a studio I do not own?
I have a mobile paddleboard yoga company - any suggestions on marketing for that?
I moved from one country to another, I had a lot of followers where I lived before but I’m struggling to connect with people here, what do you recommend me to do?
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