Watch my new SkillShare email marketing course for free!

The BodyworkBiz site as you’ve come to know it will close down for good as of the end of June. If you’ve purchased the BodyworkBiz Retirement Package your access ends in June. I extended access from one year to two and a half years, but the site is aging and has to come down.

New Resources Available for You

If you’ve taken any of the courses, you know how practical and effective they are at bringing new clients into your practice and increasing your sales. So I hate to let these incredible resources simply get dusty and die.

So last year I produced 60 Clients in 60 Days as a book, which quickly became a number one bestseller on Amazon. And not too many months ago I quietly released Fill Your Practice 101 as a book as well. (Sorry I didn’t tell you about that one.) They are priced super low, so that anyone can afford them. So you should probably click over to Amazon now and pick them up.

My plan over this next year is to gradually publish all the BodyworkBiz classes and resources as books or video courses and make them available on public platforms like Amazon and SkillShare.

This first video course is free!

The first course I’m releasing is a video course, the “TinyLetter Guide: How to set up, design and send your first email newsletter in under and hour… for FREE!”

This is an updated version of the “watch and do” portion of the Email Marketing Lesson from the Web Marketing MBA program.

And you can get access to it for free if you like! I’ll tell you how in a minute.

I’ve always said that every therapist should be developing an email list and communicating regularly with their clients. It doesn’t matter if you have 30 clients or 3,000 clients. And I’m constantly shocked that almost no therapists do this.

I think part of the problem is that the idea of writing and producing an email newsletter is just too intimidating… and possibly expensive. Well four years ago, one of the largest commercial email providers, MailChimp, released a free service that made the whole process super simple. It’s not much more complicated than writing an email in Gmail or in whatever email program you use. At the same time it takes care of all the unpleasant tasks like managing subscribers, keeping archives, tracking replies, creating signup forms. All that yucky stuff is mostly invisible to you, so you can focus on what’s important: Developing a relationship with your clients.

So in this video course, which is about an hour long, I’ll take you through the process of setting up your own email newsletter. All you need to do is look over my shoulder and my screen and do what I do. Just pause the video when you need to to complete your task. In about an hour, we’ll:

  • Sign you up and configure your account
  • Create and customize your sign up form
  • Design your newsletter
  • Write the newsletter copy
  • Add five subscribers
  • And send your first newsletter

…all in about an hour!

And the email service is absolutely free!

No strings, no catches, no upsells, no advertising. The only limitation is that you can only have 5,000 subscribers. But, hey! If you have 5,000 subscribers you can probably afford to pay me to manage a paid email service for you.

How do you get it for free?

You can sign up to the TinyLetter newsletter service for free on your own anytime. But if you really want to make it happen, be absolutely sure to watch my video course. It’s hosted on SkillShare which is an online learning community with over 15,000 courses.

You need to sign up, but you can get the first month free by signing up through this link:

You’re under no obligation. You can cancel your subscription anytime within a month and pay nothing, but at just $8 per month for the annual plan, it’s worth it to sign up. I’ll be posting all my future video courses on this site and as a SkillShare subscriber, you’ll have access to all of them.

If you want to see the introduction to the course (it’s just my talking head), go here:

Keep your eye on your inbox over the next two weeks and I’ll provide you with additional information and resources around using email to build your practice.