If your massage marketing strategy isn’t primarily online, it’s time for a digital marketing overhaul. Here are some reasons why:
- 97% of all consumers go online to find a local business (BrightLocal)
- 93% of all online experiences start on a search engine (SearchEngineJournal)
- 63% of consumers primarily use a company’s website to find and engage with businesses (Local Search Association)
- 30% of consumers won’t consider a business without a website (SearchEngineLand)
But here’s the good news: We’ve cracked the code on what it takes to get a consistent inflow of new massage clients online. Our massage marketing strategies in this white paper will help your practice grow.
Learn the Best Massage Marketing Strategies
In this case study, we are going to review the best massage marketing strategies that will make your massage business grow. This guide will be perfect for massage therapists that are new practice owners to build up their clients or for experienced massage therapist owners to reboot their marketing strategy.
Massage Marketing Ideas for Your Practice
Our “Best Massage Marketing Strategies” whitepaper will provide you with proven marketing ideas for your massage business. If you’re looking to launch your digital marketing strategy to find new clients, download the above whitepaper to learn how you can grow your practice.
In this whitepaper on the best massage marketing strategies, we will cover the strategies below and how you can execute them:
Optimize Your Google My Business Page
There are two main areas new patients can find your practice. The first area is one of the easiest to set up. It will however, take a considerable amount of time to optimize, but it is well worth the investment. This strategy packs a HUGE punch by allowing your business to be found in Google maps and maps at the top of search.
Build a Professional Website
When you purchased or built your massage practice, did you invest in the interior of your facility? Of course you did! You invested in high quality massage tables, a comfortable waiting area, and clean, relaxing rooms. First impressions make a big difference.
Your massage website is like your interior, and patients WILL absolutely judge it on how it looks and functions. In fact, 75% of people have judged a company’s credibility based on its website design.
In additional to how it looks, your site will need to make sure it includes the necessary technical enhancements that Google cares about.
Research Your Competitors’ SEO Strategies
You don’t need to recreate the wheel when it comes to starting your SEO strategy. In this section, we are going to review how your massage practice can create a winning SEO strategy in your local city. For the purpose of this whitepaper, we will reference a free tool that you can use, Google Ads Keyword Planner.
Optimize Your Website for SEO
Building a website that looks good is only part of the battle. Make sure that you’re using a website company that has a thorough understanding of SEO. We run into clients often who have had a website built but once they are ready to start doing SEO, their foundation is not built correctly and not optimized at all. This requires additional time and resources to fix.
Set Up Analytics to Track Leads
One of the most important parts of any website strategy is to be able to track leads. We could have added this to the previous section, but we feel it deserves its own section. One of the simplest ways to track leads is to use Google Analytics, a free tool. Follow the simple formula we include in this whitepaper.
Start a Blog
Starting a blog is required if you’re looking to rise above your competitors. SEO is a marathon, not a sprint. The more keywords you rank for, the more opportunities your clients can find you in your city. In this whitepaper on the best massage marketing strategies, we will discuss some reasons why you need to start blogging.
Get Listed in Relevant Massage Directories
In addition to optimizing your Google My Business listing, getting listed in directories is one of the most important things you can do to rank on Google Maps.
Aside from the hundreds (or even thousands) of traditional directories your business could be a part of, we’ve listed more than 30 massage therapy directories your massage practice should join.
Connect with Your Customers on Social Media
Social media can be a fantastic tool to reach your customers and bring a personal touch many other marketing strategies can’t achieve. We’d recommend posting content at least 3 times a week on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Facebook and Twitter will allow you to post links, so posting your blogs is a great way to provide valuable, authentic information to your clients. It will also help your SEO strategies by sending “social signals” when your clientele like and share your posts.
Advertise on Google Ads
While SEO is an amazing marketing strategy to implement, it does take time and a lot of effort to work effectively. We recommend using Google Advertising to compliment your SEO efforts in the near term while you build out your SEO strategies.
Ask Clients for Reviews
While getting found via SEO, Advertising, and Social Media is a big part of our massage marketing strategies, having positive reviews is vital to clients choosing your massage practice. We recommend that you create an internal strategy on your team to ask for reviews from your patients on Google or Yelp to start. It’s important that your clients give your massage practice 4 and 5 star reviews.
Create an Email Marketing Strategy
An email marketing strategy can be helpful to your business in many ways. According to medcitynews.com, over 90% of adults want better email communication from their medical professionals, and similarly their massage therapist. In this best massage marketing strategies whitepaper, you’ll learn 7 email strategies.
In this guide, we walk you through step by step how you can grow your massage practice with some of the best massage marketing strategies out there.
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After reading our “Best Massage Marketing Strategies” whitepaper, you now have the top massage business marketing strategies to get new clients to your massage practice. But, executing your digital marketing strategy is not an easy or quick task. It requires time, consistency, and creativity to execute the necessary pieces to be successful against the other top massage therapists in your city. If you don’t have an experienced digital marketing employee, we’d be thrilled to help you grow your practice. Contact us to learn how we can help!