Lilley Decker, LMT
Lilley Decker, LMT
Thought #2 – Get a massage chair and find opportunities to work with corporate employers looking to provide their staff with a meaningful perk. (Inside info: Approach software development companies first – they’ll be very receptive) Doing corporate chair massage has two great benefits: It can fill up your schedule (which may be a little too empty during peak business hours), and it also acts as a great lead generator to get folks to book a table massage with you.
Thought #3 – Let the MassageBook directory help you. In addition to supporting outcall massage practices from an automated online scheduling standpoint, the directory can help send you new clients looking for an outcall massage near you. (Pro tip: Directory profiles with professional photos, well-written text, positive reviews and online booking enabled get over 10 times more new client business from the MassageBook directory than those that don’t.)
Lastly, think outside the “usual” mobile massage applications. How and where to gain new clients is a puzzle that has a lot more answers than most realize. In Atlanta, for example, I found that the convention center was a goldmine of both corporate clients who would use me to attract folks to their display booths. Conventions and trade shows were also a never-ending source of tired folks who spent all day on their feet and would literally stop me as I tried to leave at the end of the day, begging for a massage at their hotel.
There are a lot more opportunities out there than you think – go find one!
Should you start a mobile practice?
You need to make that decision, but we’ll be right here to support you and cheer you on if you do!
In shared success,
Mark CEO, MassageBook
P.S. – Outcall Settings in MassageBook allow you to restrict the area and places you’re willing to go and ensure that you don’t end up with conflicting appointment times.