Fitness Marketing Group Announces Four Tips To Boost Member Retention At Your Health Club

High member retention rates are a major factor in your club’s success. According to Fitness Marketing Group, it costs seven times more to attract a new member than it does to keep an existing member happy. Here are four creative tips for boosting member retention: 1. Exclusive member benefits. Expand the value of your club’s membership by adding exclusive benefits such as discounts and special offers. Work with local and national vendors to secure fantastic deals that you can pass along to your members. In addition to member discounts, other on-site benefits that boost member retention include childcare services, spa amenities such as massages and manicures/pedicures, and food services/juice bars. 2.

Fitness Life Marketing Offers Health Clubs a Well Executed Marketing Plan to Enroll 75 to 150 New Members

The Value Added Membership is priced at $49.95 to $69.95 per month for 24 months and is sure to provide a new market share, members and revenue as well as training on how to implement the well-thought out program. We want our clients to keep producing new sells on a regular basis. Were not personal trainer marketing looking for a one time boost here. said John Rogers, CEO of Fitness Life Marketing. Focused on increasing membership as well as feeding new leads to the Personal Training department for viable upgrades Fitness Life Marketing encourages this no out of pocket expense easily implemented marketing campaign for weight loss. Offering a dual strategy of nutrition and fitness thats tailored to clients needs for a lifetime of maintenance the program is equipped to monitor and update the progress of each member assuring ongoing program sales. For more information visit .


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