6 Best SVoD Platforms for Fitness Marketing

Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) platforms have become popular during the last few years. Many people started new businesses online through various OTT and SVoD platforms. The fitness industry, too, has seen an increase in new fitness trainers and businesses establishing online training centers.

The best SVoD platforms offer a complete package. From setting up the business to managing administration, accepting payments, and marketing the services, the platforms offer end-to-end solutions to take your fitness business to a vast audience. Let’s look at the six best SVoD platforms for fitness marketing.

1. Mastera

Mastera is an SVoD and live hosting platform for businesses from all industries. The interface is simple, easy, and quick to understand. It takes just 30 minutes to set up your business and start your online fitness center. Mastera offers four price plans, including a free option for beginners. All plans come with Zoom integration, video hosting, reports, and a one-to-one communication channel. Whitelabel branding services are also available.

2. Uscreen

Uscreen is another easy and clean interface that offers multiple price plans and Whitelabel services. You can customize the platform to suit your business. Just you the existing templates and make the changes you want. Uscreen is known for excellent customer support and offers a free trial. Some features are available only for higher plans.

3. Teachable

Teachable is suitable for fitness trainers who majorly rely on video content. It is a user-friendly SVoD platform for those who create multiple modules and programs. While teachers find it more convenient, Teachable has its benefits for fitness trainers.

4. Member space

Member space is a flexible and cost-effective solution for fitness trainers who already own a website. It allows you to choose the content (videos) you want to display right on your website. The platform doesn’t charge per subscription, which gives you the freedom to use the marketing tools for free. However, it is not easy to use.

5. Walla

Walla is great for in-studio, live, and VoD subscriptions for fitness centers. Though it’s a relatively new platform, the ease of using Walla makes it a worthy provider on the list. There’s only one price plan with monthly and annual payment options.

6. Member(dev)

Member(dev) has been developed for established fitness businesses. It is expensive and has advanced features that aren’t suitable for a new business. However, Member(dev) offers customer services and has a great support team.


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