While the pandemic is not quite over yet, many of us are reflecting upon the last 18 months of quarantines, social distancing and mask wearing. This article is a reflection on what could be learned during the pandemic about scuba diving.
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Does your business have a Facebook Page? Have you gone through all the settings and fields to fill out all of your information correctly? If not, this article is for you. In this article we’ll walk you through all the things your Facebook Business Page needs to successfully promote your business.
What if mask skills weren’t new to your students when taking them underwater for the first time? Have you ever thought about teaching finning with just a mask and snorkel? Learn how you can teach mask and skills to your students in chest deep water before putting them in scuba gear with just a snorkel, mask and fins.
There are some new faces in our team to introduce to you! We’re thrilled to welcome two new members to our HQ team and look forward to continued growth. You can welcome them by posting a comment on our blog, by clicking below!
We’re back with part two of our teaching neutrally buoyant series! This month’s article breaks down the reasons overweighting students is harmful and what to do instead. Kosta shares a mathematical formula he developed for getting a student’s base weight right before they even get into the water.
The Facebook Pixel is one of the best tools to ensure you are creating refined, targeted ads on Facebook and Instagram. In this article, we’re taking a look at the Facebook Pixel to learn what it actually is and see how it can do for you.
At the center of every great digital marketing campaign is a well-designed landing page. International Training’s Digital Marketing Manager, Mike Villafranco, is here to show you the essential components of a landing page and give you the tips you need to increase your online sales.