Boutique yoga studio leverages Yottled to automate customer communications
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.
Dre & Jac Yoga Classes
“With COVID hitting, our yoga studio became unsafe,” says Andrea Roman of Dre & Jac Yoga. “I tried to do Zoom classes on my own and felt a little chaotic.” Roman says it was super easy switching to Yottled to host remote events and process payments. “Plus I could do donation collections.” Roman teaches on the side of another profession, so she wanted a simple way to host classes where people could pay varying amounts for a class. Yottled’s feature to automatically track and communicate with class registrants also makes it a lot easier to host these classes without the extra work of handling the communications herself to remind students about class. “I had never thought of that as being as big a benefit as it is,” she says.
How Yottled Works For Remote Yoga Teachers
“We want to connect with people who miss yoga class or want to try for the first time at home,” Roman says of her growing client list of yoga enthusiasts. “The reach for our content has improved.”
“I don’t think I’ll ever go back to a studio,” Roman concludes. “A lot of people say this is the only option they have for classes.” Roman loves the recurring events feature so she can set an event that happens every week and forget it. Also, she can connect her class to any video platform. “We were using Google Meet,” she says, “but now we can use any platform.” Plans for the future include hosting hybrid events that are live in-person and include remote participants. “The opportunity to make money as an independent instructor is way higher than in a studio,” Roman reflects. “It’s the difference between $20 an hour and $100 an hour with no commute.”