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WebSavvy Archive 2008

December 2008

Did Your Wellness Website Earn Its Keep In 2008?
Ways to check your Web site's performance and improve it for 2009.

November 2008

Social Media: Five Ways To Jumpstart Member Loyalty
The basics about how to inspire loyalty from your members.

October 2008

Now What? How Landing Pages Convert Site Visitors to Customers
Tips for optimizing your Web site.

September 2008

Mobile Marketing: Can Your Clients Hear You Now?
The ins and outs of mobile marketing and text messaging to promote your fitness facility.

August 2008

CAN-SPAM Updates: New Email Marketing Rules For Health Clubs
What health clubs need to know about the latest changes to anti-spam regulations.

July 2008

Pay-Per-Click Advertising: Essentials for Wellness Businesses
What wellness businesses need to know when it comes to online advertising.

June 2008

Is Your Web Developer Legit?
Ten red flags for wellness businesses.

May 2008

Not Your Father's Internet: What's New & What's Next For Wellness Businesses
A look at several "hot topics" including mobile marketing, YouTube and MySpace.

April 2008

How to Get More E-mail Newsletter Subscribers
Learn 50 ways that your club can increase its e-mail newsletter circulation.

March 2008

Website Collecting Dust?
Five spring-cleaning tips for your facility's Web site.

February 2008

How To Take Your Website's Vital Statistics
Tips on how to improve your understanding of what's working and what's not on your Web site.

January 2008

Local Search: The Missing Link to Your Web Site
Tips that help customers looking for a local fitness center find your Web site.

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