Social media has come a long way since it was first introduced to the online world.
After a long week at work, who wouldn’t love a good massage? However, many people may find it difficult deciding exactly where or who to go to. Having a blog can certainly help your practice to connect with potential, current and past clients. It’s a way to share ideas (techniques) impart information (latest trends in the field) and solicit feedback (potential testimonials). And it’s a way to showcase yourself and/or your practice and give readers reasons to select your business over someone else’s.
Massage therapy professionals, products and service providers gathered in Burlington, Ont., last September for the first annual Massage Therapy Canada Business Forum.
The drive to ramp up political support for enhanced massage therapy regulations marches on, and, in still unregulated jurisdictions, proponents are taking their case public.
Digital marketing is becoming increasingly important to professional service providers, such as massage therapists, who are trying to reach a larger client base. It’s critical to leverage the tools and resources available to bolster your online presence, drive traffic, capture leads and generate more clients to grow your business. One of the most cost efficient ways to do this is through a digital marketing strategy.
Many RMTs are asking themselves if they should create a social media presence in order to further market their practice.
The goal of this article is to help you explore the basics of how to make your website rank higher in search results when potential clients search online for massage therapy services.
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Canadian Pain Society 40th Annual Scientific Meeting
April 2-5, 2019
RMTBC Annual Symposium
April 12-13, 2019
MTAM Annual Conference
May 3-5, 2019
Remedial Massage Therapists Association AGM and Conference
September 13, 2019