The course

How to Use Facebook and Instagram For Your Business

Social Media is here to stay. But, it’s really not about the likes and followers. You can use social media to help your current clients engage with you and future clients to see that you’re the teacher or studio for them. Without feeling like you have to be on social media all the time!

The description

Today, Social Media is here to stay. And, when you have a business it’s easy to think you need to be on it posting all the time. But, actually, it’s not about the likes and followers. You can use Social Media to your benefit. But, first, you have to know who your ideal client is, and what your goals are for your business.

In this course, we will

• Determine the goals for your business and how social media can help
• What to post, why and when
• What platforms you should be using Facebook, Instagram or both.
• And, how to make it easy for you to do social media but not live on it!

It’s important to use social media in a way that makes you feel good about what you do share, who you are, and attract the right clients — as opposed to thinking that Facebook can surround other platforms that are going to find the clients for you. Using your social media helps your future clients and your current clients engage with who you are, communicate with you, and connect with you on a regular and consistent basis.

xx~LL

Today, Social Media is here to stay. And, when you have a business it’s easy to think you need to be on it posting all the time. But, actually, it’s not about the likes and followers. You can use Social Media to your benefit. But, first, you have to know who your ideal client is, and what your goals are for your business.

In this course, we will

• Determine the goals for your business and how social media can help
• What to post, why and when
• What platforms you should be using Facebook, Instagram or both.
• And, how to make it easy for you to do social media but not live on it!

It’s important to use social media in a way that makes you feel good about what you do share, who you are, and attract the right clients — as opposed to thinking that Facebook can surround other platforms that are going to find the clients for you. Using your social media helps your future clients and your current clients engage with who you are, communicate with you, and connect with you on a regular and consistent basis.

xx~LL

The structure

How to Use Facebook and Instagram For Your Business

How to Use Facebook and Instagram For Your Business

  1. Use Social Media for Your Pilates Business

Lesley Logan

Lesley Logan fell in love with Pilates after her first 100! From side-hustle to full time, she jumped from teacher to manager to running multiple studios. She wrote a book that focused on the business of Pilates, which grew into ProfitablePilates.com and is now a business coaching program called Agency. Take class from LL at OnlinePilatesClasses.com and listen to her podcast at LesleyLogan.co/podcast. When not in Los Angeles she travels, leading workshops and retreats around the world.

FAQs

Who teaches the courses?

Our courses are taught by subject matter experts who have dedicated their careers to their craft or expertise. Instructors are carefully vetted so you can feel confident in the content.

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Yes! You can contact the instructors on their social media accounts or you can reach out to the Profitable Pilates support and they will contact the instructor on your behalf.

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No. Courses can only be viewed online by streaming the videos. Although you may be able to download some supplemental course material for certain courses (workbooks, etc.)

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How long do I have access to this course?

You will have access to the courses you have purchased for as long as they are on the website! Don’t worry, it is an incredibly rare occasion that any of them would be taken down. Also, if our instructor is going to stop selling the course on ProfitablePilates.com we have arranged for you to still have access to it here (it would just mean that nobody new could purchase it.)

What is the difference between a Course and a Webinar?

Courses are a one-time purchase. You have forever access to the courses you purchase. Courses can be purchased by anyone.

Webinars are only available to Agency members and have a timed replay. 

It is a recurring membership, meaning it will automatically bill you each cycle, so you don’t have to worry about putting in your credit card details again.

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