The Client Education Newsletters sell for $19 each on the BodyworkBiz site ($228 total), but they are included at no extra cost in the incredible package of courses and resources you’ll get as part of the BodyworkBiz retirement sale.
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I’m closing up shop by the end of the month, so you only have days to take action on this.
Everybody agrees: Education is key in developing your massage practice and growing the profession. And nothing is more effective than these small, but mighty handouts.
Watch the video above to get a tour of this great resource. At the two minute mark you’ll see me create a full customized newsletter in about a minute.
But here’s something that not enough people know about: You have “private label rights” to the contents of these newsletters. (Watch at about the four minute mark in the video to learn more.) What this means is that you can use any of the content and claim it as being yours. That opens up a world of options for this material…
You can use the newsletter content for
- blog posts,
- email newsletters,
- educational handouts
- and more
You could approach your local community newspaper for example and offer to do an article on any of the newsletter topics. They are always on the lookout for well written content. Just send them the text and the illustrations from any newsletter for the article. Include your “byline” with your name and contact information that gets published with the article. Voila! You’ve got instant credibility. More than just free visibility, you are highlighted in a way that establishes you as an expert in the profession and the go to massage guy or girl in your community.
You can also use the content in a cut and paste way for your email newsletters or for your blog posts. In the video, you’ll see how I create a blog post for my website in less than a minute by simply copying content and uploading the included images.
Yes, the images are included. There are dozens of images that I commissioned medical illustrator, Beverly Ransom, to create. You’ve probably seem some of her illustrations in the textbooks you’ve used in massage school.
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