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The Covid-19 pandemic shut down gyms and fitness centers for months in 2020. Even now, with breakouts occurring frequently and new waves emerging, there’s no certainty that one will be able to hit the gym or work from the office the next week. This has given rise to many people offering their services completely online.
If you’re a gym coach or fitness trainer tired of this uncertainty, an online subscription business may be the answer. All you really need is a subscription management platform and automated recurring billing software.
Then, with a little bit of marketing, you can get clients (subscribers) just how you would in a physical gym.
This quick guide will help you with the game plan for your fitness subscription business.
Let’s be honest: the easy access to social media has saturated the fitness training world, with even simple enthusiasts taking on the job of trainers. While there’s nothing wrong with that per se, it only makes it harder for new entrants to stand out.
Many fitness trainers now offer subscriptions for their content with either Patreon or Patreon alternatives like GamePoint, which is a viable way to monetize content. It takes forever to build an audience on social media, and the revenue is quite unpredictable. With subscribers or fans or whatever you want to call them, the income is a tad bit steadier in comparison.
Nevertheless, the million-dollar question remains: how do you stand out from the crowd?
Well, this guide will answer that!
According to research, an average person spends two hours or 144 minutes a day on social media. This time has significantly increased during the lockdown imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Thus, while many businesses suffered losses, social media remained lucrative even during such isolated times.
But how do influencers make money from social media sites? Well, there are more money-making opportunities offered by such sites than you can imagine. Read below to learn how to make money on TikTok, YouTube, and other sites!
If you're a sports fan, you can easily make money through your obsession. No, you don't have to be athletic or go for an NFL tryout. You can simply sit on your couch, making money through your sports knowledge.
Having said that, there are countless ways a sports enthusiast can earn money. For instance, how about selling your predictions?
If you’re good at analyzing team stats and player records, then offer to bet with interested people on their favorite teams. You'll profit from the bets if your analysis is accurate.
You can also make money by providing draft services for fantasy sports leagues.
Many sites give away prizes in fantasy leagues because they have to pay for them anyway, so they might as well offer them up as incentives to get people involved. Do you want to learn how to earn money through sports?
Below, we discuss different ways to make some money on the side with your interest in sports.