The quickest and easiest way to grow your yoga teacher business, especially during these uncertain Covid-19 times, is with an email list
Most people coming to your site leave without a trace. The tragedy is that you’ve spent a small fortune on a website, and aren’t getting the most out it.
It surprises me that yoga teachers are perfectly willing to spend £1000+ on a website, but think $19 (approximately £15) per month to use the best yoga marketing tool ever invented is not worthwhile.
It is worthwhile.
It is very worthwhile.
In fact, there is no other marketing activity that is more effective. Nothing even comes close, not even word of mouth.
Talk to any business advsier, and they will all recommend you use an email marketing tool to grow your business (I used to be a business adviser before becoming a yoga teacher). Think about that for a moment. Why would every single business advisor you meet not only recommend that you use an email marketing tool, but practically get on their hands and knees and beg you to use one.
The email marketing tool I recommend is Aweber.
Here are some of the reasons why:
Easy to Get started quickly with sign up forms that get people excited to sign up to your email list. Connect your forms to your social networks to maximise your reach. Save time with a series of targeted autoresponder emails sent automatically. Extend your reach with regular email newsletters or even have your latest blog posts sent automatically to your subscribers.
700+ mobile friendly email templates, so there’s no need to spend any time on design. Choose a template to match your brand, add your info and hit send. It’s that easy.
Take the guesswork out of how your emails are performing. Clear easy monitoring of your email’s progress.
Excellent support team with a library of helpful resources such as how-to guides and videos, and a blog full of expert tips to answer your biggest questions such as “What do I write in my emails?”
Start your 30 day free trial today to find out why so many yoga teachers love it. Or sign up for their behind-the-scenes email series (see below).