How to Manifest More Massage Clients

How to Manifest More Massage Therapy Clients

Manifesting is a word I hear a lot of Massage Therapists/Bodyworkers use. It’s a beautiful word! I often hear Bodyworkers say things like “I need to manifest more clients” or “I’m manifesting a new office location.”

Do these statements sound familiar to you? Is there something special you’re currently manifesting in your Massage Therapy/Bodywork career?

I’m willing to bet your answer is “yes” and it likely has to do with more Massage Therapy or Bodywork clients. Even if your practice is mostly full, gaining new clients who are committed to their personal health still feels good.

This article for how to manifest more Massage Therapy clients can also be applied to more specialized fields of Bodywork like Craniosacral Therapy, Rolfing, etc. As long as you do the internal work outlined here, you will start to see more clients fill your schedule and practice.

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

I borrowed and adapted the 7 steps in this article from Nathalie Guerin’s Huffington Post article. She did a great job laying the groundwork (providing the principles) for the process. I have modified the steps to provide a more clear direction for you, the Massage Therapist/Bodyworker who wants to manifest more clients.

Have you seen the video for this topic? If you would prefer to watch that, please click here. However, I recommend reading this article instead. Reading the article will get your imagination ignited.

Step 1: Get clear on who your Massage Therapy clients would be.

The most important keywords here are “get clear.” You know you want more clients but do you know how many? Do you know when (what day and times) you want them?

How specific can you get about the clients you want to massage? That’s a critical focus to making the manifestation process work. So do your best to write down everything you can think of about the massage therapy clients you want to manifest. Remember to include things reflective of their personality, looks, hobbies, values, etc. (Include creative things like their favorite places to travel or favorite foods too.)

Additionally, allow your imagination to feel a sense of freedom in this process. Doing this step is completely for you and there’s no need to limit yourself. Cue in on your breath and bodily sensations when you sit down to write things down. If your breathing is shallow or you feel tension, you’re likely to be unconsciously committing to some form of self judgment. If so, sit with the awareness, smile, take a deep breath, and release whatever is there.

You want your answers to come from your heart. If they genuinely do, you will then have nothing to worry about.

(Note: In the video, I mentioned doing a visualization exercise. This includes looking at your massage table and imaging the client you want to be on that table. This is another good exercise to do to help you clarify and specify.)

Step 2: Ask the Universe for more Massage Therapy clients.

Have you ever heard the phrase “Ask and you shall receive”? It’s important to ask because it can become too easy to worry about needing more clients and never actually asking for them.

With the notes you took during step 1, you can create a letter to ask for the clients you desire to massage. You could also meditate and ask the Universe for clients. You could even make a vision board.

Whatever technique you choose to do, promise yourself to do it at least once a day. I recommend you do it first thing in the morning. The reason being is that sometimes, an intuitive hit will come to you- in the form of an action step. If you do your “Asking the Universe for more Massage Therapy clients” practice in the morning, you will have more time in the day to go do whatever came to you intuitively. Simply stated, there’s just more time to take action.

The how you do it is less important that you actually promising and committing to doing the exercise. Please promise to yourself right now that you will do your “Asking Exercise” at least once a day.

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Step 3: Work towards manifesting more Massage Therapy clients.

Nathalie Guerin said it well: “Manifesting is the art of co-creating with the universe. Working toward your goals increases your chances of receiving what you want.”

Each day, you can try to do 2-3 things to put yourself “out there”. The key is to actually talk to people. Talking to them will put all the energy of your internal processing (clarity and asking from steps 1 and 2) and people will pick up on that. You may be more open in your communication and that may be an attraction magnet for clients to schedule with you.

As long as you share your talents in an excited tone, and you hold that vibe, you’ll be good. And the Universe will work it’s magic to support you. Just make sure you’re doing something though. The Universe can’t do it all for you.

And if you encounter that scary space of not knowing what you can do, ask others for help. Join a Facebook group for your profession (there are tons- believe me. I’m a part of dozens) and throw your questions out to the group. Or talk to a mentor, teacher, or friend in the same industry. There’s a lot of people who are willing to help!

Step 4: Trust the Process of Manifesting.

The way you end up actually manifesting more massage therapy clients will likely be different than the way you imagine. In most cases, things won’t really happen the way you expect or imagine them to.

At this step of the process, it’s very important to track your emotions.

The trust step is where doubt can hijack your process. The moment you start to doubt is also the moment you create change- for the worse. So plain and simple, never doubt. (I know it’s easier said than done.)

I know that doubt has a lot of power (from my own experience) so sometimes it’s inevitable that you’ll encounter it. Do what you can to recognize doubt as soon as possible. The best you can do when you catch yourself doubting is to repeat the mantra recommended by Nathalie Guerin. She advises to say the mantra, “I’m getting closer and closer to my goals every day. The universe has my back and it’s awesome.”

And repeat this over and over again until you actually believe it.

In addition to doubt, impatience is another sign of not trusting the process. If you ever notice yourself feeling impatient, come back to your mantra. Repeat it over and over again until you actually believe it.

Step 5: Receive and Acknowledge What You Get.

Since manifesting more Massage Therapy clients is about co-creating with the Universe, there will be times when the Universe will give you signals that the process is working.

An example would be having a very meaningful conversation with someone in a public setting about Self Care. The person may show an interest in your services but may refrain because of reasons unknown to you.

In this example, there’s two ways to look at it:

  1. Wondering or worrying why the client didn’t schedule with you. Thoughts that follow this path eventually lead to doubt. So bottom line, refrain from focusing on the why.
  2. Appreciating the conversation, learning from it, and thanking the Universe for supporting you and the other person to improve upon or practice healthy Self Care habits.

Sometimes, when our minds are more attached to the negative things in life, starting a practice of writing things down will help shift your focus. This is commonly known as keeping a gratitude journal.

This actually works. In the recent past, I noticed I was really caught up in fear about my business. It was recommended to me to start a gratitude journal with 2 main focuses:

  1. Write 3 things that went well for the day.
  2. For each thing, state what I did to help make them go well.

Doing this has really changed my life. I am genuinely more grateful for whatever shows up. Things like a complimentary email, a Youtube Subscriber, blog comment… I now know the Universe is helping to support me in the work I feel called to do.

Keeping a gratitude journal will work for you too. It will help you acknowledge more of the good and blessings in your business and life. The moment you start acknowledging and receiving signs from the Universe is also the moment the Universe will give you more of what you want.

Step 6: Keep Your Vibration High.

One of the unwritten rules about how the Universe helps you manifest more massage therapy clients has to do with your feelings. This has been addressed in previous steps, but as a recap, the way you feel will dictate what you get. If you feel negative and unappreciative, you won’t see or hear from new clients. If you feel positive and thankful, you will attract more clients.

If you’re like me, you value Authenticity and the last thing you want to do is to lie to yourself about the way you feel. So if you’re feeling crappy, what do you do?

Express it. Set a timer (10 minutes, 30, it’s really up to you) and do something to express the feeling. You could cry, dance, scream, or whatever. The key is to limit the time, express the feeling, and then move on. Expressing the crappy feeling will help create space for a more joyful feeling.

Just do whatever you can to create or come back to the feelings that are positive and thankful.

Step 7: Clear your resistance.

Resistance comes in two forms: seen and unseen. In other words, what you are aware of and what you are not. This is why paying attention to your feelings and mental state are so important.

If you feel any form of pain or a problem (doubt, procrastination, frustrations, anxiety, fear, conflict, or regret) you have to do what you can to clear it. The best thing you can do is to breathe. Take nice, slow, deep breaths.

Self talk will also help. Nathalie Guerin also recommended having an internal conversation of something like “I’m frustrated again. I’m resisting again. I get it. All I have to do now is breathe, relax, and let it come. “

And if the Self talk doesn’t change your feeling state, find someone to talk to. A very supportive loved one or professional can help you feel different. And yes, when that internal feeling state changes to one of  joyful, receptive gratitude, you will have manifested more massage therapy clients.


Manifesting more Massage Therapy clients is a process of 7 steps:

  1. Get clear on who represents more Massage Therapy clients.
  2. Ask the Universe for more Massage Therapy clients.
  3. Work towards manifesting more Massage Tharpy clients.
  4. Trust the process of Manifesting.
  5. Receive and acknowledge what you get.
  6. Keep Your Vibration High.
  7. Clear your resistance.

There is internal work to do (tracking your emotions and countering negative thoughts with positive thoughts of gratitude and appreciation). There will be times when you may feel doubt or pain. If so, there are exercises you can do to change the state of your feelings. As long as you are doing your part and keeping your vibration high, you will manifest more Massage Therapy clients and you will be a happy and successful practitioner.

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Posted: January 22, 2019 By: Comment: 0
How Massage Therapists Use Online Marketing

How Massage Therapists Can Use Online Marketing to Build Their Practice

Last week I had a lovely conversation with Savanna Bell from My Massage World. The topic was about online marketing for Massage Therapists. The conversation flowed from what platform to use, as well as how to reduce overwhelm when using online marketing to promote your practice.

You can view the conversation here. Please comment below about what your experience with online marketing has been.


Posted: December 8, 2018 By: Comment: 0
Massage Prices- How to Set Them

How My Massage Therapist Doubled Her Rates In 60 Minutes

What you are about to read is a true story. After four sessions with my Massage Therapist, Sophia, I still didn’t know what her massage prices were!

I have a new Massage Therapist. Sophia is her name and at the time this article was published, I’ve had four sessions with her. She’s really good. For me, her strengths are how she facilitates client relaxation and letting go. She also does great neck work! I call her my “Scalenes Whisperer”.

Sophia is a young Massage Therapist. She has been in practice for a little over a year. She has a powerful story about why she got into Massage Therapy but her marketing could use some help.

I remember asking her what her massage prices were after the first session. Her response utterly confused me. She said $110 for our 90 minute session but since I came from a referral it was $90. Before I said okay, she chimed back in again and said she wants clients to get regular bodywork so if I schedule two sessions in a month, my massage that day would cost $75.

If you don’t find that confusing, think of it this way- your client is about to pay you $110 for a good 90 minute session but then after a few minutes and some conversation you’re now asking the client to pay $75. Your client has no idea why to price keeps going down.

I looked at Sophia and said, “Hey, you have to take care of yourself. How can you afford to eat when you have such low massage prices?” She looked at me, smiled in an uncomfortable way, and then deflected the conversation to something about me drinking more water.

That was the moment that I knew I needed to help her.

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A 60 Minute Meeting That Helped Sophia Set Her Massage Prices

It took about 6 weeks but after my 3rd session with Sophia, I asked her how her practice was going. Since she knew me a little more and had an understanding of the work I did, she told me she needed some help. She was specifically referring to her promotional efforts. I offered to meet with her and talk more. We scheduled a date and time to meet at a nearby coffee shop.

When we had our meeting, I started it by asking her where she needed the most help. She told me 4 things and then asked me where I thought she could use the most help. (Sophia is good at taking the attention off of herself.) I told her that often times, the first thing that is spoken of is the thing that could use the most attention. She understood my point and so we began talking about her massage prices.

I told her that, as a client, I still don’t know what her massage prices are. I also knew that she practiced in more than one location so I asked her to break down a typical work week. Her response was something like this:

“I work in two different locations.  At the first location, I have set hours on the weekend and do spa massage for the clients at that location. Location 2 I am on call and have 1 client a week there. It’s kind of loud at location 2 so I don’t massage there much. During the week, I can rent the room at location 1 for my own clients, as long as the room is available.”

I thought about it for minute and then said, “so you’re pretty much always on call?” She said “yes”.

Once that was cleared up, we proceeded to talk about her massage prices. Here’s the breakdown.

Location 1- she gets paid $33-48/hour for the spa clients she massages on the weekends. Location 1 books the sessions.

Location 2- she gets paid $50/hr for the one client she sees twice a week (where it’s loud).

Location 1 (but for her own clients)- she rents the room at $30/hr and charges her personal rates.

And when I asked what her massage prices were for her own clients, she didn’t have an exact answer. It depended on who was on the table.

Standardizing Massage Prices

I jumped right in and told her she needed to standardize her massage prices. She told me she was scared because she thought some clients wouldn’t be able to afford to pay more than what they currently pay.

That’s understandable but she has to prioritize her needs first. She was doing hard work and getting little compensation for it and likely stretching herself too thin.

After some discussion about taking care of herself first, I asked her, “What would you pay for a Massage?”

That’s what got her. (I could literally see the insight set in.) Sophia said she would pay $100/hour for a good session of massage & bodywork.

That helped her understand the value of good work. She thought about how expensive the cost of living in our town was, how much time and effort the work was, what other practitioners are charging, but more importantly, how good practitioners show up for their clients- with presence and intention.

All these thoughts helped her see what kind of practitioner she was and how she was undermining the value she brought to her clients.

I asked her “Are you worth $100/hr?” Energetically, she was hesitant but she shook her head yes.

I told her to set her massage prices at $100/hr and $125/90 min. Since she wanted to help make sessions affordable for clients, I recommended a package of 3 at a discount. Her massage prices for package rates are now $250 for 3 one hour sessions and $315 for 3 ninety minute sessions.

In sixty minutes of talking with me about how she valued massage & bodywork, plus, how she accepted that she was undermining the good work she does, Sophia was able to double her massage prices and feel great about the new rates.

After a week went by, I followed up with Sophia and asked if she had the opportunity to communicate her massage prices to new clients. She said yes and she was feeling great about how things were going.

How to Set Your Massage Prices

I’m super happy for Sophia. Setting massage prices to rates that you feel good about (and pay you well) is a very important step to being a successful practitioner.

I hope this story inspires you and helps you think about your current massage prices and how you’re communicating your value. If you need some help figuring out what your massage prices should be, please feel free to contact me. We can discuss where your practice is at and if my consulting services would be helpful to you.

Thanks for reading this and keep doing tremendous work. We both know how a good session of bodywork can make an incredible difference.

Posted: November 26, 2018 By: Comment: 2
Massage Websites- Home Page

Massage Websites: What To Put On Your Home Page

One of the hardest things for Massage & Bodywork practitioners is to produce marketing materials that accurately and persuasively promote their services. Some practitioners get pretty good at in person networking. Other practitioners work hard to promote their practice online. In this article, I’m going to help you with promoting your practice online- specifically with massage websites and what information (and media) to put on your home page.

For massage websites, the Home page is the most important page. It’s the page on your website that makes the first (and sometimes last) impression. Because many potential clients will first learn about you from your home page, it’s also the website page that has the greatest impact for getting visitors to look at more info and more pages.

Every time I’ve helped a Massage & Bodywork practitioner with their website, I’ve asked to look at their analytics. A few of the things I’ve looked for when I have access is their website’s total visits, how the site is first accessed, and what pages get the most views. Every time I’ve looked, the Home page is the front runner, getting the most visits.

So what information should go on your Home page?

We’ll answer this question in 3 parts:

  1. We’re going to analyze 3 Massage websites. You will see what elements are on the Home page of each example.
  2. We’ll review the list of elements and determine the importance of each one.
  3. This section will include what the best elements are for your website’s Home page. And if there’s anything still missing, I’ll make some recommendations for other things to include.

Part 1: Analyzing 3 Massage Websites

For the purpose of this article, I’m going to select 3 Massage websites from Sole practitioners. If you have a clinic with multiple therapists the information can still apply. From a random Google search for the city of Boulder, CO (where I used to live), the three websites are:


Starting off with the Pure Massage website is interesting because the home page is technically one thing- a slider. It looks like this:

A slider is a website element that will rotate images repeatedly. Each image has different text and call to action buttons. Website sliders are common and many designers like to use them because they think it keeps the visitors engaged.

Okay, what does Peaceful Tree Massage have on its website’s home page? I’ve provided a preview below with callouts for what’s included on the Home page.

The callouts in the video mention what’s included on this massage website’s home page, but in case you skipped the video, here’s a recap:

  • Welcome message
  • Logo
  • Announcement (For the monthly membership)
  • Call to Action (“Book Appointment Now”)
  • Introduction/Inspiration/Mission statement
  • Benefits of massage statement
  • Gift certificate announcement
  • Client ratings and reviews box
  • Footer box with contact info, location, hours, Social Media buttons

Moving on to the third massage website, A Mellow Mood, the video below shows you what’s on the Home page.

A Mellow Mood’s massage website included:

  • Logo
  • Categories of services (with images and button links)
  • Headshot of HeatherLyn, the practitioner
  • Introduction bio to HeatherLyn
  • Three of her most recent blog posts
  • Instagram feature box (something’s broken here because the images don’t show)
  • Link to her Facebook Fan Page
  • Phone number
  • Schedule button
  • Office hours
  • Location address
  • Logo for a partner

Part 1 is now complete. Let’s move on to Part 2.

Part 2: Reviewing The Elements On All 3 Massage Websites

Between all 3 massage websites, here’s some common things that each Home page had:

Each website did their best to display what their most highlighted things are. By “things” I mean service specialties, current promotions, location of the practice, and the simplest ways to schedule a session.

You’ll want to do the same for your Massage website. You’ll also want to make sure the design, colors, fonts, images, video, and other elements match the message of your branding. Do you know what branding means? I like to define it as the look and feel (the emotional experience) someone has when they hear or see your promotional materials, talk to you about your services, or some other way to learn more about what you do. Branding is very important when making massage websites so please, please, please keep that in mind when you promote yourself.

Since I’m on the topic of design, my advice is to keep your design pretty simple so that it’s easy for potential clients to scroll, swipe, or whatever to see if they can find what they’re looking for on your site. Some website design elements (like the slider) share the information, but not in an easy to access way. (I’m a big proponent of simplicity. If you want to understand why simplicity is valuable for massage websites, and an online presence in general, I created a free course that shares more knowledge about the topic.)

Okay, let’s move on to part 3.

Part 3: What to Put On The Home Page of Your Massage Website

If you’ve read everything up to this point, you’ve done some great prep work for a deeper understanding of what things can be helpful and what cannot for Home pages on massage websites. If you’ve just skipped to this part, I commend you for your time efficiency, lol.

So, in general, you want to have these things on your Home page:

  • A way to show your specialty. In most cases, you want to make it about your work (services) and not you. (What makes you unique is meant for your About page.)
  • A specific call-to-action that stands out. For most massage websites (well, probably every massage website), a specific call-to-action like “Schedule Your Session Now” is direct, clear, and arguably the best thing to suggest to potential clients visiting your site. Using something like “Book Now” is also good but “book” has multiple meanings. Keep it simple and clear in your call-to-actions.
  • Your hours and location listed. This is very helpful information for the potential client and also Google if you’re trying to improve your website’s search engine results rankings.
  • A case study (not a testimonial) of your ideal client and how your services helped them. Avoid putting something that communicates how great you are. Rather, focus on a message that communicates how your client’s pain or problem ended because of the work you did.
  • Easy to read text (no crazy fonts), colors that are easy on the eye (soft colors- a blend of white with earth tones), and easy navigation for your menu. (This is all design stuff- it’s super important.)

In addition to the 5 things just mentioned, I also recommend the following for massage websites:

  • A logo. It was noted on some of the massage websites we reviewed and I think it’s important to have. It’s an indication of professionalism, helping potential clients take your services more seriously and develop more trust in your brand. On massage websites, logos shouldn’t take up too much space. Often, businesses with a logo put it on the upper left area of their home page (and menu bar).
  • An image of you massaging a client. Having an image like this on your massage website’s home page is like having a testimonial (case study). Potential clients who visit your massage website will be drawn to the image. It can give them a sense of what it would be like to receive from you. Some practitioners put their headshot on their Home page. I recommend doing that on the About page. On your Home page, try to showcase your work at its best.
  • Your real life magical super power. Okay, maybe not exactly that but a specific title statement that helps portray your work at its best. (In big business, this is referred to as a unique sales proposition- USP.) Some examples of this type of statement from my past students are “Rediscover your authentic self” and “Re-energize your life”. This statement can be hard to come up with but once you do, it’s something that will be the core of your communication. What I mean is you can use that statement in professional conversations to help potential clients understand what makes you the best at what you do.

Okay, there’s 8 things to make sure you put on the Home page of your massage website. As you consider these or get them on your site, keep the site design in mind. The way massage websites look does make a big difference. Online, people do judge a book by it’s cover (because that’s about all they have- their visual perception of things).

Hope the information I’ve provided here helps. If you still need more inspiration and ideas, take my free massage website introduction course. It helps provide more knowledge about websites for massage therapists, plus inspiration for making or improving your massage website.

But if you’re ready to make a website that helps turn visitors into scheduling clients, take my complete guide to creating a massage and bodywork website course. This course is the best way to make a website that has everything you need to share your services in ways that compel and convert visitors into paying clients.

Posted: November 18, 2018 By: Comment: 0
Massage Therapy Success Interview

Massage Therapy Success Interview: Allison Denney

Today, I interviewed Allison Denney from Rebel Massage. This was the first conversation we ever had. She’s an amazing teacher. Her massage tutorials on Youtube are helpful, funny, and artistically amazing. Today, our emphasis was on her perspective for what contributes to massage Therapy success.

We talked about her business but she shared more regarding really important things Massage & Bodywork practitioners can do to follow their calling. Here’s the interview:


It’s incredibly important to believe in yourself. If your mind’s not in the right place, failure will come faster than ever. Keep believing in yourself and focusing on the best ways you can help clients feel healthier and happier.

Posted: November 11, 2018 By: Comment: 0
Massage Websites: 3 Common Mistakes to Avoid

Massage Websites: 3 Common Mistakes to Avoid

In this article, I’m going to share with you the three most common mistakes Massage Therapists make on their websites. When the mistakes are corrected, it can dramatically improve the chances of website visitors turning into clients.

My intention is help create awareness of best promotional practices on your massage website (and the Internet) so that what you have to promote is more effective and helps you schedule more clients.

Before I begin, I want to announce a free Website Introduction Course at Bodywork Business School. The course is available to massage therapists and other bodywork practitioners for inspiration and more clear information about what constitutes a good website. You can get the free course at

(FYI- These 3 massage website mistakes I’m about to cover are explained in more detail within free website intro course. Bonus for you since you’re actually reading this.)

Massage Websites Mistake #1

The first mistake that I see (or actually, don’t see) on many massage websites is that they don’t put images of themselves on any of the pages. This is a mistake because massage is an intimate experience. It can require a lot of trust for clients to schedule. Especially the clients who are awesome- they have good energy and they do their part to let go of stuff when on your treatment table. By having an image of yourself on your site, it helps the level of trust from a potential client increase. They’ll judge you by your appearance (yes, this is a good thing!), but in a way of “Do I feel comfortable letting this person facilitate my personal healing?”

Helpful tip– You’ll gain even more trust if you have an image (or two) of yourself working on real clients. In a way, it’s like providing a free sample of the work you do. It can make a powerful impression for the website visitor- helping them think something like “Yeah, okay. Looks like they to really good neck work. My neck is killing me. I think I’ll schedule now.”

Voila! They’ve just converted to an actual client! (clap.clap.clap)

Massage Room With No PractitionerIt doesn’t do much good to have an image of your table and treatment room (like the image to the left). Sure, it familiarizes a potential client with your treatment room but that would be second hand (pun intended- yes!) It’s just so much better to post images of you working on your clients.

Massage Websites Mistake #2

The second mistake I see on many massage websites is that the structure of the website is made only for a laptop or desktop, which also means that the screen doesn’t adjust to phones.

When the screen for a massage website adjusts to the device it is being used on, this is called responsiveness. It’s super important because potential clients are viewing massage websites from devices of all different shapes and sizes. If they aren’t able to read what’s on your massage website, they will likely look somewhere else.

And what if you actually do have images of yourself on your massage website? Are those images responsive? Do they resize to a phone screen? If the images don’t resize, they could end up looking grainy, ugly, and that can also make the potential client (website visitor) leave your site.

Point is- be sure that your massage website is responsive.

How do you do that? It depends on what platform you are using for your website. Fortunately, some massage website builder platforms like Wix (affiliate link) are responsive from the start. Wix even provides a way for you to make your site look different on phones than on larger screens. It’s kind  of like having two massage websites within one, which is pretty cool and helpful.

Massage Websites Mistake #3

The third and most common mistake I see on many massage websites is not putting a call to action on each page.

A call to action is a statement that provides a direction. For example, “click here to schedule” is a call to action.

When potential clients are viewing massage websites, there’s a part of them that is indirectly asking for you to tell them what to do next. This comes from more of the subconscious part of their minds and is more tied to their emotions. If you provide a direction for their next step, it’s more likely they will actually do it (call you, email you, text you, etc.)

Be sure to have at least one call-to-action element on every page of your website.

Check out the screen capture of a massage website home page from a business in Austin, TX. (It’s something I googled in a whim.) I put red rectangles around the call-to-actions on the top of the home page of the website. They get an ‘A’ for the call-to-actions on their Home page.

Massage Websites With Call To Action

Okay, there’s your 3 common mistakes for massage websites. So you’ll want to make sure you include a photo of yourself, that your massage website is responsive, and you include a call to action on each page. If you found this helpful and could use a bit more guidance for your website, I encourage you to sign up for the free course mentioned earlier. (notice my call to action?)

Thanks for reading this massage websites article and hope to work with you soon.

Posted: November 3, 2018 By: Comment: 0