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Lloyd Irvin Produces 3 Champions at Pan-Am Championships

Team Lloyd Irvin was able to crown 3 members of their team champions in last month’s Pan-Am Championships.

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Lloyd Irvin and his training of martial arts and Brazilian jiu-jitsu has paid of once again. With Team Lloyd Irvin participating in the 2013 Pan American Championships on March 24, Lloyd Irvin was excited to see that 6 of his students medaled in the competition. With less than 10 competitors from his team in the competition, Lloyd Irvin was very pleased with this outcome.
 
Lloyd Irvin produced three gold medal recipients, 1 silver, and 2 bronze medal recipients at the Pan-Am Championships. Overall, Team Lloyd Irvin medaled in five different categories.
 
“I was beyond pleased with the way my students went out and handled themselves today. Not only did they impress me, but the impressed the entire jiu-jitsu community who was there watching. I’m sure this won’t be the last time you see these names on the top of the scorecards,” Lloyd Irvin said about his Team Lloyd Irvin’s showcase of their talents at the 2013 Pan-Am Championships.
 
Several people from Team Lloyd Irvin won their first gold medal, including Aarae Alexander, who won her first Pans at Purple Adult Female Lightweight. Lloyd Irvin was very pleased with everyone who came and participated, and very proud to show his students what hard work can achieve.
 
“We have big plans for the rest of the competition season this year. With already such an impressive showing this early in the year, I’m very excited to see what all of Team Lloyd Irvin can achieve with their training and the rest of the season. It is always a boost of confidence to come out so well in a competition like this, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we don’t slow down anytime soon,” Lloyd Irvin remarked about Team Lloyd Irvin.
 
Lloyd Irvin plans to get back to training in his martial arts school and keep the medals coming from his talented group of students.

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Lloyd Irvin Improves Martial Arts Marketing Strategies

Lloyd Irvin breaks the mold on typical marketing ways to help generate more page views, thus generating more business for martial arts school.

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Lloyd Irvin is a martial arts expert in every sense of the word. He is a former Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion, and even runs his own martial arts academy. Lloyd Irvin only came across a problem when the old system of marketing toward new students was not working for him, and his martial arts academy was having a tough time making money. So, taking this situation into his own hands, Lloyd Irvin developed a new way to market towards possible new students.
 
The system that Lloyd Irvin came up with was one centered on online banner advertising campaigns. To stand out from other martial arts academies of any kind, Lloyd Irvin said that you need to drive more traffic to your website through the use of online advertising banners. Lloyd Irvin has even published a free training video that shares the secrets to his new way of MMA marketing.
 
“If someone in your area is at their computer doing a search for Brazilian jiu-jitsu on YouTube, you can have your banner ad right there in front of them. The best part of this is that your martial arts business competitors probably won’t be there so it’s your chance to dominate,” Lloyd Irvin said about his way of online banner advertising.
 
Lloyd Irvin describes the types of banners that need to be posted as following the criteria of having a attention-grabbing headline, an ad that is simple and gets to the point quickly, and include a call to action.
 
“The single aim of your banner is to make people click on it to go through to your website. Your ad needs to include a suitable image that attracts attention to your MMA business and then you have to write some text to encourage people to click through to your website. To get a good click-through, you have to sell the click,” remarked Lloyd Irvin on the way advertising banners work.
 
Lloyd Irvin plans on showing businesses the right way to market to their audience for many more years. This new way of marketing can help out struggling martial arts and MMA school by gaining newfound interest and possible new student enrollment.

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Lloyd Irvin Helps Other Martial Arts School Owners Turn Interest From Hobby To Full-Time Job

Lloyd Irvin was able to break the mold of traditional marketing strategies in order to gain a steady stream of new students to his martial arts gym.

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Lloyd Irvin has been in the martial arts field for decades. Being a renowned Brazilian jiu-jitsu competitor has opened many doors for Lloyd Irvin, and he was able to open his own martial arts academy even before winning the world championship.

Lloyd Irvin came across a speed bump after opening his first martial arts school, though. Lloyd Irvin struggled to make money at first, and quickly recognized that he needed to change his approach to gaining new students all together. The solution for Lloyd Irvin was direct marketing with the use of online banner ads.  By placing the ads on sites associated with martial arts and MMA, Lloyd Irvin was able to garner the attention of people interested in the sport, thus boosting his martial arts school roster.
 
“I saw that the way I was doing things was not working, and I took action into my own hands in order to fix it. With my new way of using online banner ads to get the attention of people, my business has done exponentially greater. I encourage people to challenge the way that things are done if they are not working for you,” Lloyd Irvin said about his new direct marketing system that uses banner ads.
 
Lloyd Irvin quickly saw great success with the new way he was advertising. Instead of keeping this a secret, though, Lloyd Irvin was quick to spread his ideas to other martial arts school in order to help them make profit as well. This new way of business practice was new to the traditional way that MMA schools handled marketing.
 
“If you treat your martial arts school like a business, it will pay you like a business. If you treat it like a hobby, it will pay you like a hobby,” Lloyd Irvin said about how to treat your martial arts school.
 
Through the way that he advertises, his mastermind groups, coaching programs, live events, and home study courses, Lloyd Irvin has helped hundreds of martial arts school owner turn their interest in martial arts from a hobby in a real business that can support families.

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