Martial Arts Marketing is Easy with ATLAS Martial Arts Software. It’s the future of martial arts business software and is receiving rave reviews!
Martial Arts Marketing can be tricky: Sometimes you spend $1,000 and hope you get a phone call, and other times you have an event and get 10 new students on the spot. It’s hard to know what is going to work and what isn’t, but one of the best measures is what has worked for other martial arts schools.
“The ATLAS program is a BIG step forward. The automation will save so much time in marketing, retention, prospecting, and lead generation, for us to focus more on our students.” Mr. Stanley Chan says.
How would you like to make more money and actually work less? Thanks to ATLAS automation, your life just got a lot easier. It works for you 24/7/365.
-The automated communication features sequential email and SMS text messaging follow up on prospects, appointments, students, new belts and MUCH more.
-The social media automation will fee up your valuable time with the ATLAS social media automation feature.
-The automatic 2-4-6 week follow up allows your students to receive automatic, personalized communication just at the right time.
-The missed class automation creates unlimited follow up messages for students whose attendance has “slipped”. This will help keep the “back door” shut.
-There’s also the lost student reactivation campaign. When was the last time your “former” students heard from you? What if all your previous students received useful, valuable communication regularly?
“One of the main great things about ATLAS is automation, and this is key in order to excel and get ahead of your competitors. ATLAS has made it easy for anybody without an IT background to set up this kind of automation.” says Master Abraham Kim.
You can have any of the ATLAS reports (some 90+ to date) automatically emailed to you (or a staff member on a pre-scheduled basis with the report automation feature.
Take it from Mr. Tyler Brady, “The ATLAS automation tool is top notch, especially with the “set and forget” feature with the text messaging services and the email services.”