MassageTherapy.com Has a New Look!

More than 1 million people visited MassageTherapy.com in 2017 to learn more about the benefits of massage and bodywork. That’s a lot of potential clients!

That’s why we’ve given the site a fresh new look and overhauled the finder service, making it easier than ever to book a session with an ABMP member like you.

We’re also rededicating our efforts to provide fresh content that will promote bodywork as a key component of a healthy lifestyle and keep those visitors coming back again and again.

What does this mean for you?

It means you’ll want to review and update your referral listing to ensure that it is ready to receive new clients. You can quickly and easily do this at www.abmp.com/members/marketing-center/client-education-tools/referral-listing.

Want even more from MassageTherapy.com?

Here are some tips to make sure your listing is as good as it can be:

· If you have a website, be sure to include it. If you don’t yet have a website, you can set up your free ABMP website in about an hour.

· Incorporate your online booking link or information to make it simple for clients. If you don’t have online booking, it’s easy to get started with a free MassageBook account or any of our other ABMP discount providers.

· If you would like to hide certain information, or opt out of the MassageTherapy.com online directory altogether, you can control those preferences at www.abmp.com/members/marketing-center/client-education-tools/referral-listing.

We hope you enjoy the new MassageTherapy.com!

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