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By subscribing to a monthly web design payment plan, you are choosing convenience over the pain of running a website. With our website design subscription services, we take care of your website while you focus on serving your students.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why would I want a monthly plan?

One of the biggest concern expressed by our clients is the unpredictable and ongoing need to redesign/update their website. This can involve major changes every couple of years and become quite costly. With a monthly website design package, you don’t need to worry about any unexpected problem that could suddenly happen and could generate a huge bill. If a technical problem due to the website we will fix it.

Who Owns The Domain?

In most cases, we will use your domain. The only exception is for some of our premium domains like LasVegasKickboxing.com.

How long will it take to build my website?

All pay per month websites will be ready for your review in 7-30 business days after you have provided the content.

Are there any setup fees?

There are no set up fees. Your first monthly fee will cover the buildout.

Is there a time commitment?

You must be subscribed for one year. You are free to leave and unsubscribe after a period of 1 year. We are 100% certain that it won’t come to this. In an event that you decide to leave after 1 year, we will provide you with a backup of your website and transfer the domain to your account.

Will teach me how to use my website?

Each site comes with a 1 – 3-hour training course. Since we serve a large customer base, we have WordPress 101 videos that will teach you anything you need to know.

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Martial Arts Teachers’ Merges with GenerateMoreLeads.com to Provide World-Class Digital Marketing

Martial Arts Teachers’ Merges with GenerateMoreLeads.com to Provide World-Class Digital Marketing

Tampa Bay, FL – The Martial Arts Teachers’ Association (MATA) has merged GenerateMoreLeads.com (GML) into its marketing services platform for martial arts schools and suppliers.

Since 2003, the Martial Arts Teachers’ Association (MATA) has been the leader in providing martial arts instructors with high-level resources to plan, market, and manage their schools. 

MATA is now adding an extensive and professional digital marketing agency by merging GenerateMoreLeads.com (GML) into its service offerings.

Since 2010, GML has serviced mostly mainstream small and medium-sized businesses outside of the martial arts with comprehensive online marketing plans and campaigns.

While MATA and GML have not worked together in the past, they are both owned by MATA Executive Director John Graden. He says, “MATA has always provided the strategies, tools, and tactics for martial arts schools and gyms to market on- or off-line. Essentially, we’d teach school and gym owners how to market and sell their business, but they would then have to execute on the plan. That is both time-consuming and complex.”

That is the opposite of what GML does. According to Graden, “GML actually fulfills the marketing needs for small businesses. It builds business websites and crafts the SEO campaigns, Facebook ads, Google ads, content creation and directory listings for them. So we see this as a perfect fit at the perfect time because the economy is booming. Schools and gyms are clamoring to capitalize on the opportunities unique to online marketing without the headaches of doing it yourself.”

GML’s veteran team of dedicated digital marketing experts is now available to MATA members to provide high-level search engine optimization campaigns, social media ads and content, directory listings, customized PPC campaigns, and website design solutions.

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How to Target Market for New Students in 2019

How to Target Market for New Students in 2019

The Stairway to New Students

When you are marketing your martial arts school, it’s important to understand that each person who visits your website or watches your videos will have a different level of awareness relating to your school.

The best way to understand these different levels of awareness is to think of them as a stairway to new students. 

Unaware
At the bottom, you have people who are unaware of you or the benefits of your school.

Need/Desire Aware
They realize that they need the benefits of your school, but they have taken no action.

Solution Aware
They understand their need/desire and are aware there are several ways for them to satisfy that need.

Your Solution Aware
They have seen or heard about your school and how it compares to your competitors.

Ready to Join
These people are aware of your school and ready to join if you have a good new student system.

When you think about marketing as this staircase, it helps you calibrate your marketing to what stage of the staircase the prospect is on. The goal of your marketing is to move people up the staircase and increase their level of awareness of your school.

Take them on a journey from being unaware or your school to recognizing their need/desire of a martial arts school, to realizing that there are many schools available. Then realizing that your school is the best choice and finally joining your school. 

At each level of the stairway, match your messaging to speak to the people at that level and help them transition up to the next level. 

One of the best ways to deliver your message at every level of this stairway to new students is to use video.

The Easiest Way to Generate Media Coverage in 2019

The media is blitzed all day long with people seeking exposure on their platform. One method that will jump you to the top, or at least near it, is to get out in your community and help with a local fundraising effort.

Whether it’s a need of a member’s family or a local charity, your school can contribute funds or hands-on help.

Take photos, write a paragraph or two about the event and fundraising efforts and send it in to your local media list (You do have a list right?).

Send media releases via email to your list prior to the event. Follow up with a phone call. You may even offer to take video and images to send if the reporter can’t make it.

Most of the time, the media will publish the event information, photo, school name, and charity as a part of a local news snippet. These are often used as a way for the media to share a ‘feel-good’ story or fill a slow news day.

See also:

The New Rules for Pitching the Media

How to Become the Martial Arts Star in Your Town

How To Get Media Coverage