10+ Ways To Market & Grow Your Studio During The Down Times

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There’s a lot of talk right now about “going virtual” or “transitioning online” – especially as we all scramble to adapt to a new normal in our businesses. I even created some helpful content around this topic myself:


But what if you DON’T want to compete online right now?

Or what if you just want some other ideas and options too?!

I hear that.

So I sat down and brainstormed a whoooole bunch of ways to make use of this strange time, so that we can still take care of our studios and businesses, even if we can’t do it the same way we usually would.

What else can we do?

Here’s the cliff notes – but be sure to watch & listen to the video for all the details too! 😄 👇

11 things you can to do support (and grow!) your business right now BESIDES “go virtual” or “transition to online”


1. Audit Your Business
2. Develop a Marketing Strategy
3. Revamp (or Build!) Your Website
4. Plan and Prep For PR
5. Email Marketing & Automated Nurturing
6. Set Up Some Sales Funnels
7. Cost Cutting + Operational Optimisation
8. Create Content – Blogging & Videos etc
9. Systems, Documentation & Training/Automation
10. Diversify Your Offerings
11. Savour Your CEO Time

Video (17 min)  –  Subtitles available via closed captions on facebook


Feeling motivated?

If you’re inspired to do one (or some) of these – let me know because I’m sure I can point you in the direction of some good resources or examples – and I would love to help!

👉 Get in touch and ask me anything


Want more where this came from?

I recently created a a free facebook group – Market and Grow Your Pole Studio (even in uncertain times) where I post regular content and videos just like this!

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Georgia Marie

Georgia loves to see people thrive in the business of pole. She is a multi-passionate digital native who is obsessed with writing, marketing, design, automation... and all sorts in between! She first discovered her passion for pole in 2007 and quickly found herself on the path from student to instructor and beyond. Before long, Georgia was co-managing a chain of pole studios, running events, training staff, performing, competing, marketing the business - and watching the pole industry unfold before her eyes. When she started seeking out ways to make that ‘studio owner life’ easier, Georgia discovered a keen interest in business development and marketing strategy that she continues to nurture today. Combining these new skills with her background in web design, Georgia now spends her days bringing business to life online. She is delighted to work with studio owners on a wide variety of fun and exciting projects - from email marketing to ads and funnels, social media strategy to website makeovers - and thrilled to work with the PoleSphere team on developing their truly progressive tutorial platform as well. Her favourite pole moves are the ones she can already do, she loves anything pink and sparkly and her favourite drink is hot cup of tea (with bonus points for a gingerbread biscuit).