There has been all kinds of hype when it comes to social media. I can tell you, I have been using it to help my exercise rehabilitation business. I started about 2 to 3 years ago with a blog. Over the last 6 months, I have finaly figured it out and how it can help me get more clients. I will be covering how I use social media in the 17 Ways to Get More Exercise Rehabilitation Clients Using Social Media webinar.
I interview Jimmy Smith who is a personal trainer in Stamford, Connecticut. He has used social media to help his personal training business. Jimmy is going to share a number of tips on how you can use social media to help with your exercise rehabilitation business.
What is Covered in the Social Media for the Post Rehab Exercise Business Interview with Jimmy Smith:
– What should fitness professionals do when starting out with social media
– The three ways social media has helped his training business
– How should fitness professionals use social media
– Resources that fitness professionals should use to help them with social media
– What three social media site fitness professionals should be using
– How often to do social media
– What are the best social media services
– Social Media and Privacy
Rick Kaselj on Social Media – Make sure you follow me on social media:
– I have been using a blog to let fitness professionals know about exercises and injuries – http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
– If you are looking for exercises and injuries articles and resources you can follow me on Twitter and get them – http://twitter.com/Rick_Kaselj
– If you want to see what I am doing, you can visit me on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/Rick.Kaselj
– To see various exercises that help all kinds of injuries, you can watch my YouTube Channel – http://www.youtube.com/ExercisesForInjuries
– For more of my professional side, you can follow me on LinkedIn – http://www.linkedin.com/pub/rick-kaselj/a/712/97a
Leave Your Comments Below:
Make sure you leave a comment below on what you think of the interview and if you have any tips for fitness professionals on social media.
– Rick Kaselj, MS