Training Day Personal Fitness
Yottled for Small Business
Yottled is the fastest way to bring your business online without the burden of 3rd party plugins, coding, or complex website builders. It can be used in multiple ways to run your small business, particularly if your business is includes content and services. To give you some ideas of ways business owners can use the simple but flexible Yottled platform to schedule appointments, host live events, list content, and keep in touch with their clients, we are highlighting some of our users who have used our tools in creative ways to serve their customers.
Training Day Personal Fitness
Joselius Malave is a trainer and motivational speaker who runs Training Day, a small business that uses the Yottled platform to run training courses for people preparing for military training and bootcamp through classes and private training sessions. He’s a self-described people person, highly engaging, and loves working with clients over the platform to help support them.
“I was in the military and was a sheriff,” Malave says. “Yottled is military friendly, and I love that. I train people preparing for training academy.”
How Yottled Works For a Trainers Small Business
Training Day is unique among personal training classes in the specialized content of the courses that might not always fit with a general fitness studio. Malave says he found the Yottled platform online and stuck with it because of the affordability and outstanding customer service. “The Yottled staff were respectful and welcoming,” Malave says of his early interactions and ongoing communication with the Yottled team. Malave has used the platform to host one-on-one training sessions and group classes remotely during the pandemic, and plans to use the flexible platform that allows remote classes on any video platform with a hybrid approach in person and online going forward. “I’m in New Jersey, and have clients in Florida and North Carolina,” Malave says. “Yottled allows me to keep them after the pandemic.”
Malave uses the Yottled platform to build a business with features from classes to scheduling and payment processing that are explained by Yottled staff as they come online or any time he has a question. “Yottled is new but adding features and they get on it and they own it,” Malave says. “…That’s meaningful to me. I’ve met so many people on the staff, and they’re so alive and bright. I love love love that, because I’m a business person but I’m a people person.”
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Written by Laura K Cowan for Yottled. Laura K. Cowan is a tech and wellness journalist and content marketing consultant for tech startups and small business. She is co-founder and editor of Midwest tech blog Cronicle Press Tech News (http://www.cronicle.press) as well as a columnist for Crazy Wisdom Journal. Her writing and speaking have appeared with Automobile Quarterly, Inhabitat, CNBC, The Ann Arbor Observer, Reiki News Magazine, and The National Society of Newspaper Columnists.