The $99 Massage Marketing Kit
The marketing tool that pays for itself in less than two hours.
What if there were a marketing tool that could promote your massage therapy practice — for years to come — for about the cost of a ninety-minute massage? A tool that brings you new clients and keeps your existing clients coming to see you regularly? All for just $99.
If that sounds like an incredible deal, it is. But it isn’t too good to be true. Let me explain.
Affordable marketing, with a capital “A”. When The $99 Massage Marketing Kit was first released—back when our economy was strong and more people were spending money on massage—I offered the kit for $399. It was very popular and I sold a lot. As the recession took hold, I retired the package as both clients and therapists tightened their purse strings.
But recently, I began thinking: “What if I reissued the same great package at a reduced price of $99? That comes to less than $3 per massage newsletter master copy. Despite the economy, I could put marketing clout within reach of virtually any therapist!”
Why you need this kit. As a therapist myself, I understand your marketing goals, as well as the kinds of messages you want to convey to your clients. A well-written, well-designed newsletter is a proven, effective way to draw attention to your services and to educate current and potential clients in the many ways your massage services can help them feel their best and contribute to better health. And that means more business for you.
Besides mailing to clients, you can also use newsletters as office handouts, at health fairs, seminars, speaking engagements and more. (The $99 Massage Marketing Kit includes lots of ideas on how to get the most out of your newsletters.)
Why spend hours each month trying to market your own practice? You can have your marketing personalized and ready-to-use in minutes with The $99 Massage Marketing Kit. Simply pick a topic (like stress or back pain), open the selected issue on your computer, type in your contact info and print!
What you get. The $99 Massage Marketing Kit includes everything you need to get your client newsletters up and running.
• 35 downloadable issues of my Staying in Touch newsletter. (For a summary of each issue, see below.)
• Two versions: 1) A completed newsletter that’s ready to print as soon as you type in your contact information, and 2) a version with two blank columns for typing in your own personal messages and/or special offers—right in your own computer, before you print!
• Additional alternate versions of some newsletters that include gift certificate reminders for Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day. Plus, five unique holiday issues specifically written to send season’s greetings to your clients and remind them about holiday gift certificates.
• Text-only files of all articles make it easy to use them on your website, in your own email newsletters or in your local paper.
• 6-month money-back guarantee. Try my newsletters and see how they impact your practice. If you’re not delighted with the results within 6 months, just contact me for a complete refund. There’s no risk to you!
Easy, effective marketing is just a click away. To order your $99 Massage Marketing Kit, click the blue button at the bottom right of this page. Once you’ve placed your order, we'll notify you via email (usually within 8-24 hours) when it’s ready for downloading.
SPECIAL OFFER: If you prefer, make three monthly payments of $33. Just indicate in the “Comments” section of your order if you would like to take advantage of this option.
Questions? Contact Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 417.274.1560.
You can have results like these therapists:
The response to the newsletters is great! I've had 4 or 5 clients that haven't been in for a while come in specifically because of your newsletters. Thanks for offering these to massage therapists who either don't have the time or the skills that you have in publishing and communication. I really appreciate the work that you do.
Kip T., NCTMB
Hello Jon — My clients all said they enjoy the information in the newsletter (so do I, by the way). It's a great way to stay in touch with clients. I wish I'd started the newsletter sooner. Thanks for a great job.
Dawn R., LMT
In January, I mailed my first issue of Staying in Touch to about 150 clients. From that mailing, I sold 7 gift certificates and had 10 clients that I hadn't heard from in 8 months to 2 years call to set an appointment!
Newsletters: $99 Massage Marketing Kit includes:
Massage: The Timeless Miracle (Overview of massage benefits)
Benefits of Regular Massage
What Makes Muscles Ache (Good springtime issue)
Ever Feel Stressed Out?
Beat Stress (Stress speeds up aging; massage reduces stress)
Make the Most of Your Massage (Maximizing session benefits)
Motion & Health (Motion is vital to health; how massage helps)
Putting Balance in Your Life (Homeostasis)
Weight of the World (Neck & shoulder problems)
Build a Strong Immune System
How Bodywork Helps Muscle Function
Joint Function and Massage
Massage and Pain Relief
Support the Home Team (Cellular regeneration; how massage helps)
Detoxification/Importance of Water
How's Your Energy? (Natural ways to increase energy; how massage helps)
Massage & Proper Breathing
What's Your Posture Telling You?
Four Reasons (Supports health; reduces stress; addresses source of problems; makes you feel better)
Headaches (How massage helps to alleviate)
Massage: For Body & Soul (Importance of regular health maintenance)
Massage: Good for What Ails You (17 conditions helped by massage)
Get in Touch with Your Skin (Diverse jobs skin has in health)
Make It Easy on Yourself (Body mechanics)
Other Side of Massage (Emotional/spiritual benefits of massage)
Take Control of Your Health ("Causes & effects" of health)
Touch: Mother of the Senses (Caring touch helps people thrive)
Holiday Issues # 1-5 (For promoting during end-of-year holiday season)
This set is a great educational library; you can promote your practice for several years for just pennies per copy!
You can read a brief description of each issue in the "individual issues" section of the shopping cart.