Benefits for Black Belt Wiki Members

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Benefits for Black Belt Wiki Members

We hope you will join Black Belt Wiki & the Black Belt Wiki Community. Members receive the following benefits:

  • Membership is free.
  • Martial arts prizes for the best wiki & community contributors every three months.
  • You will be helping others (esp. beginners) understand difficult techniques and learn more about about your style of martial arts.
  • You can drive potential students or readers to your school website or blog.
  • Members can post their name, martial arts website, school and/or blog in the reference sections of pages where they add content (i.e. "Kata details courtesy of John Smith of ABC Martial Arts, http://www.example.com"). We want to build this wiki AND help our contributors… by driving visitors back to their martial arts websites.
  • Black Belt Wiki is a popular martial arts website. Therefore, the more pages that you create or add significant content equals more links back to your website (in the reference sections of those pages). This equals more visitors to your blog or martial arts school.
  • Members can post their blog or martial arts school on the community member profiles.
  • Members can add their school website to our Martial Arts School Directory.
  • Members can add their blog to our Martial Arts Blog Directory.
  • We also list frequent contributors & their websites on the Contributors page with an expanded description & profile, link to their website, etc.
  • We highlight top contributors & their websites in our monthly email newsletter. This often results in more visitors or potential students for your blog or school.

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