Share a little about yourself as a business owner, or maybe describe what makes your service unique. Give visitors one more reason to care about your offer and want to work with you.

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Real Name

Include someone talking about how easy it was to sign up and participate.


Include a video or photo from one of your sessions to help people understand your service (or just to hype ‘em up).

Show visitors what they're signing up for

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For example, fitness instructors might describe how their routines make people healthier *and* happier.

Remind visitors how easy it is to claim your offer and start enjoying the benefits.

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