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Imagine A Referral Program Your Members Love

Social media was a long-time challenge for Four Barrel CrossFit. The gym tried multiple ways of using Facebook to grow its membership, but things just weren’t clicking. Today, Four Barrel enjoys thousands of Facebook followers, a much larger member base, and a strong community. We spoke with owner Case Belcher to learn more about the challenges he faced with referral programs and the path he took to turn things around.

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Why This Martial Arts School Got Rid of Tradition(al Marketing)

If you’re looking for MMA instruction in Memphis, you’ll probably end up at one of the city’s most beloved schools, Memphis Judo and Jiu Jitsu. While this beloved school has been around for more than a decade, they only recently joined Sweat Angels. Why would a 12-year old school try a new marketing approach after so many years in business? We met with owner David Ferguson to find out.

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How This Anytime Fitness Club Increased Facebook Reach By 3X

Like many gym owners, Todd Adamson, owner of Anytime Fitness in Milton, FL was searching for ways to market his Anytime Fitness club. He had tried several different tactics before his club owner friends recommended he check out Sweat Angels by Causely. Once he did, he was delighted with the results. Today, Anytime Fitness in Milton has a rapidly growing club with engaged members and increased Facebook reach.

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How One Yoga Studio Increased Reach on Facebook by 423%

Although CorePower Yoga is a national brand, that doesn’t mean that they don’t face challenges with getting results on social media. We sat down with Rebecca Baack, of CorePower Yoga in Broomfield, CO, to learn how she used Sweat Angels by Causely to increase reach on Facebook for her studio by 423%.

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How To Save 40% On Your Gym's Marketing Budget

Bryce Henson, owner of three Fit Body Boot Camp locations, cut his gym's marketing budget by 40% and was able to reach more people by partnering with Sweat Angels by Causely.

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How This Minneapolis Gym Generates High-Quality Leads With Facebook

Minneapolis is home to hundreds of great gyms, fitness studios, and personal trainers. The sheer number of fitness businesses in that area makes it hard to stand out from the competition. But Kosama Minneapolis does it by delivering world-class fitness classes and coaching, and using Sweat Angels to generate word-of-mouth referrals.

We talked to Jake Madrinich, owner of Kosama, to see how Sweat Angels works to grow his gym. Here’s what we learned.

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This UFC Gym Owner Gets New Member Referrals Every Month

The fitness business is competitive. For people who want to lose weight or pursue a healthier lifestyle, that’s great. It means they’ve got plenty of options when it comes to where they can workout. But for owners of fitness businesses, this fierce competition means an effective marketing strategy is critical.

We caught up with Larry Stelley, General Manager of UFC Gym El Paso, to find out how Sweat Angels put him ahead of the competition. Here’s what we learned.

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How One Gym Got 1 Million Facebook Impressions in 4 Months

For years, The Iron Bar gym in Puyallup, WA had been having a tough time attracting new members. But after joining Sweat Angels, the gym saw immediate, dramatic changes and discovered how to get more Facebook impressions.

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John Rougeux

John is co-founder and CMO at Causely. When he's not trying to build the most philanthropic company in the world, he's probably hanging out with his wife and three daughters in Lexington, KY. You can also find John on Twitter and LinkedIn.


Matthew Watson

Matt is Customer Success Manager at Causely, where he does everything in his power to help our customers succeed. He loves sports, his wife, his dog, and the great outdoors, but not in that order. He may love his dog more than sports. You can find Matt on Facebook and Twitter.


Sarah Werner

Sarah is a writer, marketer, and brand specialist. She has experience in both non-profit marketing and financial development as well as for-profit content marketing and social media. She holds degrees in English and Art from Asbury University. When she’s not writing content for Causely, you’ll find her outside with a book or camera enjoying the company of trees. You can also find Sarah on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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