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galenmarketing
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USA
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Posted - October 14 2005 :  11:32:41 AM  Show Profile  Visit galenmarketing's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi folks,

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I also have a new section on my free tips site to help massage therapists starting a massage business avoid common errors. Check it out here:

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I hope it all helps.

Galen

"Great marketing is just the healthy energy of touch that you provide for your clients when they are not with you. Even for client's that you have not yet met!"
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ChrisNJ
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USA
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Posted - October 04 2014 :  8:30:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you for the information about marketing. I've worked for others for years and a few months ago began offering massages. In order to help people find me I have posted online and placed brochures on cars.

I've had a few responses and everyone has been positive so far. And I am really looking forward to this new endeavor. I've asked people to review me on Yelp if they had a good experience with me. Yelp has the reviews listed in Newark but I'm really near Trenton. I found 3 reviews at http://www.yelp.com/biz/massage-therapy-boutique-newark so I think that's pretty good, right?

Yelp saying I'm in Newark doesn't matter because I am traveling throughout New Jersey and into Pennsylvania.

As part of my marketing I am using an email address that I hope sums it all up. MassageThere@gmail.com

Enjoy life to the fullest.

Edited by - ChrisNJ on October 04 2014 8:42:13 PM
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Kate_T
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USA
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Posted - October 27 2014 :  8:07:47 PM  Show Profile  Visit Kate_T's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ChrisNJ

Thank you for the information about marketing. I've worked for others for years and a few months ago began offering massages. In order to help people find me I have posted online and placed brochures on cars.

I've had a few responses and everyone has been positive so far. And I am really looking forward to this new endeavor. I've asked people to review me on Yelp if they had a good experience with me. Yelp has the reviews listed in Newark but I'm really near Trenton. I found 3 reviews at http://www.yelp.com/biz/massage-therapy-boutique-newark so I think that's pretty good, right?

Yelp saying I'm in Newark doesn't matter because I am traveling throughout New Jersey and into Pennsylvania.

As part of my marketing I am using an email address that I hope sums it all up. MassageThere@gmail.com



Building an email list is key. If you go to events and meet people, you can friend them on Facebook and also send them emails. Whenever you have an opening, you can send them an email to make an appointment. If you use Mail Chimp, you can add up to 2,000 email addresses and send them emails for free. Creating a list is a really good idea to keep in touch with people that you have met. You can also send them special offers.

Another thing you can do is offer free chair massages at community events or chamber of commerce meetings. It's a great way to get to know people. Make sure you have a list for people waiting in line and include the option for them to enter their contact information including their email address. If you've never done chair massage, Aesthetic VideoSource has a DVD that will show you everything you need to know including what supplies to bring with you. http://www.videoshelf.com/video/dvd/M10D_The_Complete_Guide_to_Full_Body_Chair_Massage.html

You can also get the DVD on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Guide-Full-Chair-Massage/dp/B000EGEVEG/ref=aag_m_pw_dp?ie=UTF8&m=AFJZ8GZHJUBJ3

Be sure to bring your business cards and brochures. People will remember how good you made them feel and and are more likely to book a massage since they have met you in person.

The first email you send can just be a simple personal email saying that it was nice to meet them during the chair massage event. That way you'll be in their thoughts when they are thinking about getting a massage and your contact information will be in their inbox.

Jumozy Online Massage Therapy Continuing Education
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gorelaxuk
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United Kingdom
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Posted - October 29 2014 :  08:06:08 AM  Show Profile  Visit gorelaxuk's Homepage  Reply with Quote
good to know

http://www.personalmassagelondon.co.uk/
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