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[VIDEO] Using Facebook Check-Ins to Improve Engagement


What the heck are Facebook check-ins and why are they important? And as a gym owner, you've got to focus on the success of your gym. Which means marketing should be a top priority (right?). After all, you can't have a gym without members and to get members you have to make yourself known. Facebook check-ins are the most cost effective way to gain more members. In this final segment of our video series, we'll cover these topics:

  • What is a Facebook check-in.
  • Why a check-in is valuable to your gym.
  • How check-ins improve follower engagement on Facebook.
  • How to make sure your Facebook Page is set up for check-ins.
  • The best way to get more check-ins (Spoiler alert! We talk about Sweat Angels).


Watch Part 7 of How to Publish Great Facebook Content for Your Gym to learn how to use Facebook check-ins to grow your gym.


What the Heck is Sweat Angels?

Sweat Angels is the #1 referral program for gym owners. Each time your members check in on Facebook, we make a donation to a great cause. Schedule a demo to learn how Sweat Angels can help grow your gym membership now:

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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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