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When it comes to CrossFit® marketing, your online appeal will play a huge role in how many new members you get walking into your box. The industry is highly competitive and if your digital presence isn’t up to scratch then you are certainly losing out to your competitors. It goes without saying that your website should be performing at a high level but so should your social media. In this article we are looking at The Best CrossFit® athletes and marketers To Follow On Social Media and what you can learn from them.
#1 Kara Webb
Placed #1 at the 2013 CrossFit® Australia Regional Games Australian, CrossFit® champion Kara Webb, rocks her channel on Websta, formerly known as Webstagram where she has over 35,000 followers. By posting her successes, photos and updates she maintains contact with followers and motivates many others to follow in her footsteps.
#2 Rob Forte
Rob Forte is a world class CrossFit® competitor and coach, who has competed at the CrossFit® Games in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. Finishing in the top 5 of Australia’s CrossFit® leader board, Rob has an impressive Instagram account with nearly 12,000 followers. Rob posts some pretty impressive body shot photos too in addition to promoting his achievements and competition appearances.
#3 Ruth Anderson Horrell
Ruth represented the Australasia region at the World Reebok CrossFit® Games in 2011, 2012 and 2013. Ruth rocks the CrossFit® blogging world with a website incorporating recipes, training tips, an event blog and a very impressive online store selling promotional products, gifts and training aids. Ruth also uses YouTube effectively to promote her own CrossFit® brand.