A Free Email Service for Massage Therapists

tinyletterlogoIf you are like 99% of people on the web, one of the first things you’ll do when you go online is…

…check your inbox.

So when marketing on the Net, doesn’t it make sense to go where people are? In their inboxes.

Some people say that email is dead, but the reality is that it’s still used by more people than social media. And although response and click-through rates may be down when compared to five years ago, email still remains one of the most cost-effective ways to reach your customers.

Many massage therapists are looking for a simple low-cost way to develop a newsletter. MailChimp is a full featured service that you can use for free for up to 2,000 subscribers (more than adequate for most private practices). But these full featured services can be quite complicated.

The solution, TinyLetter!

It’s a cross between a full featured service like MailChimp or Constant Contact and your regular email account. It does pretty much everything you need an email service to do, including automatic subscribes and unsubscribes, but makes it super simple. And it’s absolutely free: No strings attached. Perfect for your average massage therapist.

Check it out here: http://tinyletter.com

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Eric Brown of BodyworkBiz (an online massage business resource) also owns Thermal Palms, Relax to the Max, World Massage Conference and Massage Therapy Radio. Sign up for the free BodyworkBiz massage marketing newsletter at http://bodyworkbiz.com/newsletter.php


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3 thoughts on “A Free Email Service for Massage Therapists

  1. well that is super, simple, and easy. Thanks for sharing. The timing could not have been more in sync. I had decided last night to start sending a newsletter to clients, and was looking for a simple, easy way to do this. I had subscribed to mail chimp, but don’t like it (although it seems to be a great service) just too much involved for me. Tiny Letter is perfect. Straight forward. Easy. Simple. Thanks again for sharing.


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