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Big Thank You!

Thanks to all of you who came out to work yesterday! We had a great turn out of 16 people yesterday which we thought was fabulous.
So thanks to:
Tim Cash
James Thompson
Andy Sowell
Brian Sloggy
Griff Shirley
Matt Stancil
Alan Shirley
Dennis Simoes
Greg Clark
Steve Glinski
Jamie Gourley
Vaughn Cady
Garry Garrison
Jim Dale
Sonny Roberts
Frank Schoenbeck
Austin Brown,
and of course the TTC Crew
Charlie Roberts.

See the large photo slideshow (recommended) or SLOW CLICK this small slideshow:

WE at the TTC appreciate all of your hard work to help create some sections for the World Round. It was a very productive day, and we couldn’t be happier with the turn out. So thanks again to all of you.

Next World Round work day will be announced soon.

Kindest Regards,
Ashley Jackson

Check this out!

Check out this ten minute You Tube video from 2008 posted by cmancraig.  Great video!

First World Round Work Weekend Scheduled!

Hey everybody, come on out and help us clear some trail for the 2013 Wagner Cup – FIM Trial World Championship! We have scheduled our first work day in preparation of the World Round.  We will all meet up January 26th here at the TTC at 9am Central time.   If you can’t make it at 9am, come on out when you can.  We will leave a note on the door to let you know where we will be working.

Then stay over for Sunday January 27th and ride one of our local trials club events.  The Chattanooga Trials Club will be hosting Round 3 of their Winter Series.  The cost is only $20 per person, and we have classes from Champ on down to Novice, and even an Off Road class!  The event will get started at 10am central time, and what a fun day it will be.

So come on out and join us for a weekend of work and play.  Hope to see you all there!

Video from 2006 Trial World Championship Hosted by the TTC.

Thanks to Doug Farrar for sending us this video from the 2006 Wagner Cup – FIM Trial World Championship.

Check it out!


FIM Trials World Championship coming to North America!

For the first time, since 2008…..

 after five long years….



On May 25, 26, 2013 (Memorial Day weekend), the FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP returns to the center of mototrials and extreme off-road motorcycle competition in North America,

the Trials Training Center in Sequatchie, TN.

This will be a fist pumping, minder yelling, tire spinning, bike flying, action packed, World Championship event, featuring America’s best challenging the top Trials Riders from Europe, Japan and around the world!

This spectacle will feature riding skills that must be seen to be believed, with the World’s best, including:

 2012 World Champ and Indoor Champ Toni Bou,

Former World Champ Adam Raga,

 Japan’s Fearless Takahisa Fujinami (a crowd favorite!),

 Five-Time U.S. Champ Patrick Smage,

 2010 U.S. Champ and Endurocross star Cody Webb,

As well as up and coming future stars in the Junior and Youth Competitions!

Keep watching trialstrainingcenter.com, and trialsusgp.com

also check us out on Facebook!  www.facebook.com/TrialsUSGP

As information is coming in, we will be frequently updating the websites information.


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Proper SEO helps organize your website and makes it easier for your visitors to navigate and transact. Google’s Search Console is one of the best resources you can use to evaluate your website.

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I recommend the Search Console once a month to keep an eye on your website’s performance but I also suggest working a long with a seo consultant to monitor your website (read this).

Social Media and Lead-Generation

Although these weren’t even listed on my list of business rules, I felt that sharing them was important.

A highly visible social media presence is important for any entrepreneur. It not only attracts visitors, but they are attracted to your company and your goods. So don’t shy away from sharing anything that matters to you, from your team to your prices.

Promoting your business on social media is not only important for improving conversions, it is also effective for educating and attracting new leads. I share social media posts with the potential customers that I know. I also go into detail on how to use social media effectively.

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Ways to Build Your List

The last part of my business rule list was to collect as much information as I could about my potential customers, and this is one area that’s taken a bit longer than I expected.

The first thing I do when I start to build a list of potential customers is to look for groups that fit into my target audience. For me, this usually means a consumer, or person who relies on the Internet for getting information, or someone who cares about the “bottom line.”

I find this information on sites such as search engine optimization tools or online referral sources, and I take the information and repackage it in an easier-to-read format that’s easy to share on social media.

I write down details of what I’m selling, what my processes are, and how to order on-line. Then, I build my list of prospects by using a method called Unsplash, which is a free photo hosting platform.

You can see it in action on my Instagram feed, which has more than 550,000 followers, including many of my customers.

Look for groups that meet your niche, or that the people in them are interested in, and then approach them. Some of my social media postings have turned out to be hits!

Another tool I use to collect potential customers is the spreadsheet Optimize. It is a free tool that allows you to quickly customize your website’s page layout and search engine rankings.