Grow Your Dojo!

Offering A Turn-Key Blog Service for Martial Arts School Owners

Grow Your Dojo

ATTENTION: Martial Arts School Owner!

Are You Tired of Not Having Enough Students for Your School? Do You Want to Quit Losing Students to the Competition?

Then Read on to Discover How Blogging (Yes, blogging!) Can Rocket Your Martial Arts School to New Heights of Success!

 

Martial Arts School Owners:

Imagine what life will be like when your website receives 400% more visitors each and every day. (Like my clients currently do.)

Picture what will happen when your current members share your website’s blog posts hundreds of times on Facebook and Twitter. No more struggling to get new members through the door. No more worries about losing current members to rival schools. No more fear that you’ll be forced to give up your passion for teaching martial arts because it isn’t paying the bills.

If your website attracts, engages and retains an audience of martial arts enthusiasts your school can become the most popular school in the area – in as little as a month.

All of this from a blog?

You might be a little skeptical right now – can’t say that I blame you. But that’s because no one ever told you the truth about blogging for your business …

You see, research shows that consumers are turning to blogs, more than anything else, to make their buying decisions.

That’s because consumers of all kinds – and especially those people sifting through all the choices in the incredibly competitive fitness industry – now prefer to do their own research before making an investment like joining a martial arts school.

Are you doing everything you can to ensure prospective members have enough information to make joining your school a no-brainer?

Or is a skimpy (or non-existent) blog costing you and your school tens of thousands of dollars or more a year in lost revenues?

Here are some compelling statistics that martial arts school owners can’t afford to ignore:

  • 61% of U.S. online consumers have made a purchase based on recommendations from a blog.
  • Blogs attract repeat visitors who continue to come back to the website for fresh content.
  • Companies that blog 15 or more times per month get 5 TIMES more traffic than companies that don’t blog. (HubSpot)
  • Companies with over 200 blog articles have more than 5 TIMES the leads than those with 10 or fewer. (HubSpot)

Bottom line: Blogs arent just important for small business owners – theyre critical.

Thats because

  1. Blogs entertain, inspire, and inform – and that’s the kind of relationship building that helps people choose your gym over the competition.
  2. Blogs connect your existing and prospective members to your gym – and this builds loyalty and trust that can spell the difference between someone who sticks around for a few months and someone who commits to your gym for years.
  3. Blogs humanize your gym – and people want to do business with other people, NOT a faceless company.

If you want to attract, engage and retain more members for your gym your martial arts website needs a thriving blog. End of story.

But don’t just take my word for it. Here’s what well-known Martial Arts Business Consultant Mike Massie from Martial Arts Business Daily has to say about why your martial arts website should have its own blog:

Look, Ive been telling you for years to focus on writing content and blogging. The stuff works, I have clients out the wazoo to prove it, and the clients who really listen to me are killing it online. Sure, it works – and it beats the heck out of paying $2K for a useless Yellow Pages ad or sending $800 a month to Yelp and praying they dont tank your ratings when you cancel.

Blogs work – there’s just one problem: They’re not easy!

Business blogs are a major challenge because they’re the hardest channel for businesses to keep updated—and to really nail.

You’ve already got enough on your plate trying to run your gym, do you honestly have the time and dedication to write 2 to 3 (at least) blog posts week in and week out?

If you love the idea of taking your business to the next level through an engaging blog, but worry you lack the resources to do it right …

Here’s How I Can Help:

I am a professional blogger who was trained by the New York Times. That means I know what it takes to write a blog that attracts readers.

In order to engage new prospects and existing members, a blog needs to be updated consistently, preferably 3 times per week. Ill handle the hectic workload so you wont have to worry about it.

The blog posts I write for your gym will entertain. A blog is not a random list of brief announcements about company news.  An effective blog engages readers and makes them feel like being part of your school is truly something special.

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Are you ready to harness the power of a thriving blog for your gym? Getting started is simple.

Just contact me to learn more about how I can do the heavy lifting for your blog so that your business stands out from the pack.

If you don’t want to wait and would like to see your website traffic skyrocket NOW, sign up for your own blog using the simple form below!


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