As you may know, maintaining a blog can be a great way to educate clients and prospective clients, share your expertise on social media, and improve your visibility in search engines. It’s a great way to market your massage therapy practice.
But blogging can take a lot of work if you’re always struggling to find topics. Have no fear! Naomi from Massamio has a tip for you.
We think you’ll have an endless supply of blog topics after implementing this tip. The transcript is included below the video for your convenience.
Naomi Oliviae: Hi there. I am Naomi Oliviae, vice president of technology at Massamio. Today, we’re going to talk about secrets to unlimited blog topics.
Some of you out there probably already blog to market to your clients. That’s great. We’re going to give you some tips to help keep that going. Maybe some of you don’t blog. But that’s OK, too, because we’re going to make you some ideas for starting it.
You may not know this, but your current clients are an endless source of potential blog topics. The first step, keeping a notepad. Keep a notepad in your office, in your clinic. Then listen when they ask you questions. Probably do that a lot.
When they leave, just take note of what their question was. Then you can write a blog in which you answer their questions. After you do that, you’re going to have an article that you could put on your Facebook or your website, and not only probably be helpful to that client, but also other people, too.
That’s it. Thanks so much for joining. See you next time.
Comments from original Massamio post:
I enjoy the blogs….Thank you for the free e-book — Posted @ Wednesday, June 05, 2013 5:23 PM by Becky Dieter
Hi Becky — you are very welcome for the ebook, and we are so glad to hear you enjoy our blog! Also, just so you know, you can also browse through our other free stuff at our Resources page. There’s some pretty cool stuff there 🙂 — Posted @ Wednesday, June 05, 2013 5:29 PM by Naomi Oliviae
Thanks! Great tips. — Posted @ Tuesday, July 23, 2013 11:29 AM by Tiffany
You’re welcome, Tiffany! — Posted @ Tuesday, July 23, 2013 11:44 AM by Naomi Oliviae
You were right with that. I also believe marketing is the key to help not only your employer to understand, but also to your target audiences and customers. — Posted @ Sunday, August 11, 2013 10:36 AM by Physio Nedlands
Great article (&Video) for novice bloggers. It really can be as simple as listening to your clients and answering their questions on your blog. The added benefit – You establish yourself as an industry EXPERT in the process 🙂 ! Thanks for sharing! Bookmarked – Shared — Posted @ Monday, August 12, 2013 3:16 PM by Mike Glover
@Mike – I’m glad you found it helpful! The beauty is the simplicity, and that’s a great added benefit. — Posted @ Monday, August 12, 2013 3:19 PM by Naomi Oliviae
Great post. thanks for share. — Posted @ Tuesday, August 27, 2013 4:42 AM by spa kona
@Spa Kona – You’re welcome! — Posted @ Tuesday, August 27, 2013 1:03 PM by Naomi Oliviae
Naomi this is a gem. You are correct in your assessment, and I completely agree with the benefits this brings to a business, particularly for a small shop — Posted @ Tuesday, October 22, 2013 6:28 PM by Neal
Massage therapy practice is a nice profession and now a days various Online CE courses are available for massage therapists by which they can jump into this profession… — Posted @ Tuesday, August 12, 2014 1:02 AM by Online CE