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Posts Tagged ‘Networking’

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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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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Stories That Stick

by on March 29th, 2011 · No Comments  

A friend of a friend of ours is a frequent business traveler. Let’s call him Dave. Dave was recently in Atlantic City for an important meeting with clients. Afterward, he had some time to kill before his flight, so he went to a local bar for a drink. He’d just finished one drink when an…

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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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“So, what do you do?”  This is probably the most ineffective question that a holistic health practitioner could ever ask someone.  It is plain.  It is boring.  And it is the fastest way to end a conversation before it ever starts.  Whether you are a guy trying to pick up a girl or a practitioner…

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