This week's episode was recorded weeks ago, before the world changed and businesses were forced to close their doors. However, the lessons learned, experiences shared, and advice given for standing out online by CycleBar West Omaha owners, Emily Harbourne and Dwight Coulter is still just as relevant.
Inside this interview, you'll hear how Emily and Dwight used the power of storytelling to not only stand out online, but create a thriving community from scratch that has now more than ever turned into raving fans and loyal customers.
You'll learn how how they both made the leap into opening up a studio together, the mindset that kept them going, and a super fun behind the scenes story of how they met and how their love for each other and the CycleBar brand.
By getting creative, putting down the standard stock photos and motivational quotes and showing their faces and stories as the owners and people behind the new studio, they were able to open a brand new studio with over 400 members and have other CycleBar studios across the country ask how they were having such success.
You'll find that out as well when you listen to this week's interview along with:
How business owners can crush it on social media by stepping out from behind stock photos
To see real examples of the strategies that Emily and Dwight talk about be sure and following along with their studio:
On Tik Tok @cyclebarwestomaha
They are doing some creative and fun things now virtually with the social distancing and quarantines, so definitely check them out and let them know what you loved most about this conversation!