The biggest and most comprehensive module in my academy is Business Acumen.
Little business one-on-one.
A business relies on the sale of a product or service.
Presenting your semi clad naked tush on social media only works in that model if:
There is a product related to it. Underwear, leggings or something that is complemented by a naked or shapely derrière, maybe even a glute workout.
There is a service related to it which am sure you can narrow down yourself what kind of ‘service’ would draw customers based on ‘seeing the goods’ so to speak. I doubt many people can directly attribute personal training services they’ve acquired to their naked rear.
Secondly the sale of any product or related service to your marketing drive would need something quantifiable that at the end of it that someone would purchase. That would need to be from the above two options.
Marketing to your demographic.
People who want to look at naked or semi clad bodies as a past time want to look at them or do something with them generally. If your market is 18-40 year old men or indeed woman (yes men this is for you too) they generally aren’t the same demographic that are looking for personal training, an e-book on nutrition or anything else we could say is ‘industry related’.
Sex sells yes. But it sells associated products, dieting and training isn’t ‘sexy’.
No one signs up with a trainer because of their toned heinie.
It may get you a shed load of ‘people’ on your social media channels. Mainly interested in looking at you though not buying anything from you therefore an invalid business model.
Are you helping people, are you servicing their needs (that probably paints a grim picture).
To draw on a basic marketing principle.
Is what you’re doing allowing people to get to know you?
What I think I would ‘know’ about someone I saw depicting themselves like that probably isn’t actually who they are at all.
People need to like you. Not like what you look like. Like YOU
People then need to trust you. Is that instilling trust? Do you instantly link naked flesh with trust.
At the end of the day I’ve written this to try and help with your business. Not your popularity. If being popular requires your naked body to be popular go ahead.
Eventually Instagram may pay you.
I doubt however you’ll be under the category of trainer, coach, motivator when they do though.
Think about your time, if you’re lost with how to create a business ask for advice o at least listen to the credible stuff!
I want YOU to make a better living!!