Theo retweeting us has given us more exposure to people we would'nt have been able to reach on an epic scale. We have met new contacts, established business to business relationships. Increased the amount of followers to Twitter, again increasing our exposure. Helped us with gaining publicity for the business too and with the launch of the website, I am sure much more to come!
Established as a part of a dream, Splish Splosh is now a reality that has made waves in an increasingly competitive market. As a part of our commitment to ensuring that everyone that takes part in the Splish Splosh programme succeeds, we offer intimate groups of no more than eight individuals to one teacher.
Remaining true to its founding principles, it offers professionally taught lessons in welcoming environments. The growing business prides itself on offering lessons to a maximum of eight individuals, with extra sessions added rather than people.
Swimming is more than a sport, it is lifesaving skill that can enhance the lives of all those that embrace it.
There's always room for improvement. Listen to your customers feedback. Find out what 3 key things attract people to your business and then use them as you main targets in advertising and marketing. Try to make sure you market in 3 different sources, be it leaflet drop, magazine and netmums for example. Once customers see it in more places we have found they will find out more about you.
Utilise as many "free" advertising opportunities as possible as lots of websites such as netmums, hotfrog, yell offer this for no fee - it's a great way to get your name out there and up in the listings on google.