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Getting Reviews

by on July 19th, 2012 · No Comments  

Soliciting real reviews from your clients is one of the best and easiest ways to get your more exposure online.  Did you know that your reviews on are searchable on Google? Let’s say a potential client is searching for ‘Best massage therapist Chicago’. If you have a few reviews that use some of those…

Read More » is now displaying your Job Status. How do I select a Job Status on my profile?         Login to your profile on Scroll down on the ‘Overview’ tab and select your Current Job Status from the drop down of choices: Practitioner Looking for Full Time Work Practitioner Looking to Contract…

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With the growing popularity of daily deal and coupon websites I am sure you have considered offering such a discount for your holistic service. Could offering your massage 50% off be worth it if you get hundreds of paying customers? Could your scheduling even handle this kind of client volume jump? Are those customers going…

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Immediate opening at busy Wicker Park clinic. We are seeking a gifted, upbeat and hardworking Licensed Massage Therapist who can practice in a clinical setting. You must be strong and able to give a true DEEP tissue massage as well as a nurturing pregnancy massage. Good knowledge of anatomy and ability to communicate with a…

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Why you need proTools

by on August 2nd, 2011 · No Comments  

You are excited to grow your holistic wellness business but don’t know where to start. Building your web presence is one of the first things you should do. So many people ‘Google’ for holistic services and you want your web page to be found. Creating and maintaining your own website can be difficult and expensive….

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The Social Media Hustle

by on December 22nd, 2010 · No Comments  

Everybody has a dream.  A dream to do something big. Something bigger than themselves.  We have an inner desire to do something we are passionate about.  We want to wake up each morning and do something that gives life meaning. To live your dreams, it is not easy.  You must hustle.  Hustle every day.  When…

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Does anyone have a recommendation for how to remove the oil stain, and smell from your sheets? I have read that using dishwasher detergent works. What has worked for you?

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Whether you are a professional massage therapist, bodyworker or just like to give massages to your loved one, what oil or lotion do you use? Do you concoct your own blend? Do you find certain products cause less irritation on the skin? I love when my massage therapist Pete adds a bit of lavender oil!…

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As much as you want to deny it, we are all selling something. * Doctors and Holistic Practitioners sell good health. * Lawyers sell sound (or not so sound) legal advice. * CPAs sell accurate accounting. * Authors sell stories and ideas. * You are probably constantly selling your boss on giving you that big…

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Networking Power Tools

by on October 27th, 2010 · No Comments  

Networking is supposed to be a simple thing.  By definition, networking is the formation of an interconnected system of people or things.  The mistake that most people make is that they think interconnectedness magically happens any time a large group of business professionals or practitioners get together and exchange business cards.  Wrong.  The vast majority…

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