News Has Become the Leading Place to Find Tennis Lessons Online

July 9, 2008

New York, NY — As Tennis quickly becomes one of the most popular recreational sports around, TennisLessons.comhas recently become the leader in providing the general public easy access to local coaches and pros of all levels.

With the mission of providing coaches, pros and clubs a free, simple and easy-to-use online platform to advertise their business, it is no wonder the site’s growth has been staggering, already reaching over 12,000+ hits per month.

Launched in April 2007, TennisLessons.comfeatures 1,200 individual posts (free ads) created by coaches and clubs. By providing coaches the ability to control what potential students see and allowing them direct communication with one another, TennisLessons.comhas attractedinstructors in more than 380 cities across 37 countries. Visits to the site have recently increased by 400% while coach and pro membershipshave increased by 200%. This growth is due primarily to the site’s new features, such as student reviews, discount coupons, access to valuable statistics for coaches, as well as word of mouth among satisfied students and coaches. Excellent online search engine rankings and partnerships with online tennis companies have also proved invaluable.

The feedback from coaches and clubs has been overwhelming. Manny, a PTR Club Pro from Ohio writes, “Several of our new students heard about us first through Your site has been particularly helpful in attracting students [from] outside of our immediate area.”

Brett, from the USPTA in California writes “Hey, your site is WORKING FOR ME! I have picked up three new clients in the last week. One of the difficulties of being an independent professional at a public park as compared to ata country club is that there is no membership roster. Also, the exposure at a public park is much less and “membership traffic” is nonexistent. Your site has provided the power of a larger group which has made it easier for students to find me while ‘web searching.’ Thanks and please keep up the good work…”