Already widely used by bodywork professionals across all 50 states, the MassageBook platform has released a new suite of features.
MassageBook offers an all-in-one centralized service where therapists can easily and economically list their business, location, manage appointments, create personalized websites, and attract clients via a range of marketing solutions.
The 2013 massage therapy market was estimated to be between $8 to 10 Billion in the US alone, according to the American Massage Therapy Association. Now, with the growing use of social media and new marketing strategies through readily available technology, services like MassageBook give entire industries an online niche presence.
MassageBook continues to refine itself, having recently released a new suite of features. The new features include; enhancements to email campaign marketing features, therapist SOAP notes (Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan — standardized medical notes taken by massage professionals), added flexibility to their subscription options, and a new client photo wizard.
“MassageBook is already a powerful search engine that can allow a passionate bodywork professional to expose his or her business to a huge potential client base without needing to invest thousands of dollars,” says MassageBook founder and CEO Mark Volkmann.
With these new features, MassageBook will make finding and managing clients a simple digital task for massage therapists.
By allowing bodywork professionals to shape and customize their subscription to meet their specific needs through an all new “a’ la Carte subscription model”, MassageBook places the focus back on therapists and fostering their business growth, according to Volkmann.
MassageBook is the only massage software solution that currently sends businesses new clients.