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Kelli Wise
Shorter than you, which means more awesome per foot.
Shorter than you, which means more awesome per foot.
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Who couldn't use a Genesis starter theme? I'll be giving this a try in my shop.

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Website tip: Don't write for your fellow massage therapists, write for your potential clients. In other words, don't use a lot of technical terms, don't list techniques you do, and don't use abbreviations. No one is buying your technique, they are buying the results. So, skip the "trigger point therapy and myofascial release" and use "get rid of that tension headache" or "get rid of that 'first ski weekend' muscle soreness".

Don't miss out: Just 2 more days to sign up for the class that will teach you how to write about your massage services in a way that will get people to schedule an appointment. You can check out a sample of the class at http://awebsitethatworks.com/

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The men in our profession need our help. They need the opportunities to demonstrate to the client base that a male massage therapist is just as good as a female therapist and they need us to advocate for them to the public.

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My friend +Tracy Bradley wrote a guest post on my blog today. We share similar beliefs about ethics and add on services. Would love to hear your opinions.

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the nuts and bolts behind creating an online ethics course for massage therapists using WordPress and some great plugins. The students love having this option open to them.

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I'm exploring the topic of online learning. I'll be writing a few different posts in the next few weeks and I'd love to hear your experiences and opinions about online learning, massage related or not. I know many of you have probably taken classes at Coursera or Udemy or Tools for Touch. I'd like to hear what you thought of them. If you would, pop over to the blog and leave a comment or comment here.

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A lot of MTs don't blog because "it's already been written about". But, for a brick and mortar business like massage, that doesn't matter. Google will show local results first. So, no, you don't need something never-been-done-before. If that's what's stopping you from blogging to market your practice, you can ignore it.

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Worried that you can't come up with new topics for your business blog? It really doesn't matter. Here's why.
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