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It’s incredibly seamless and your massage practice can be added within minutes to Google+ and its social media network of hundreds of millions of users.
Step Three: Update Your Practice’s Page
After you have established your practice on Google+, you will be asked to upload a photo and provide a tagline that Google+ can use to mediate contact with your clients and online followers.
You only have ten words to describe your practice in the tagline, so only mention essential services here. Uploading a photo of your massage practice’s storefront for the photo isn’t a bad idea.
At this stage, you’re almost done creating a Google+ online presence. You’ll be asked to fill out an “about” section at this point. In describing your practice in the “about” section, you can also tell clients where they can go to find blog posts and contact information.
Step Four: Networking Through Google+
After creating a Google+ page for your massage practice, you’re ready to start interacting with clients and adding people to your circles.
There are four categories to start with: team members, customers, VIP and following.
Generally, you will spend the most time adding people to your VIP and customer circles since these are the groups you’re trying to establish a closer relationship with and possibly share promotional offers with.
Feel free to create new circles to help keep your contacts smartly organized.
Getting your practice on Google+ as soon as possible is essential because Google+ allows millions of people to find your practice online.
From your Google+ page, prospective clients can quickly look at reviews, hours of operation and contact info for your practice.
Google+ is also a great way to share blog posts and promotional offers with followers and clients alike.