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Attracting Business Clients
1. Spend $49 on ANYTHING at Massage Warehouse*
2. Receive an email from Massage Warehouse with a code to redeem your free course
Emails with free course codes will be sent the Wednesday after your qualifying order is placed
You will have up to 1 year to complete the course and take the exam
4. Code is only valid toward that respective month’s course
5. Only one CE course per month per customer
Attracting Massage Business Clients: Start-up & Retention
2 Credit Hours
Learn to develop goals, strategies, objectives and tactics for attracting massage therapy clients whether you are just starting up or are trying to retain clients.Learn More
Regular Price: AMTA Members $30, Non-AMTA Members $50
Price after $49 purchase from Massage Warehouse: FREE
AMTA is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education approved provider. Additionally, each course offered by AMTA is submitted for state continuing education, where appropriate. These two processes ensure that AMTA continuing education courses are rigorously vetted for quality standards.
*Order must meet $49 minimum before taxes and shipping are applied. All items including supplies, equipment, and sale items will count toward the $49 minimum. Not applicable on previous orders. Limit 1 CE course per month per 1 customer. Free CE promotion ends 12/31.
No business can survive without clients. Specific actions can help get massage therapy clients in the door and ensure they return. Learn unique ways to plan your marketing for a start-up clientele and for repeat business.
Learn to develop goals, strategies, objectives and tactics for attracting clients whether you are just starting up or are trying to retain clients. When you have completed this course you will be able to:
Describe the role of setting goals, strategies, objectives and tactics in attracting clients
Explain the differences between features and benefits
Describe the role of customer service in business
Identify the differences between personal selling, advertising, sales promotions and public relations as marketing strategies
Define cross promotion
Describe the difference in effective strategies for startup and budget conscious businesses
List four strategies for startup or retaining clients and a tactic for each