Understanding Your Personal Listing

When people are looking for their next massage or bodywork session, what they really want to know is who will be working on them. Your Personal Listing on MassageBook will tell them. Whether you're a solo practice owner or are employed at a business, you’ll benefit from having your Personal Listing on MassageBook. While some directories just list businesses, we make it a point to allow people to search by business OR by individual practitioner.

With easy to use filters, people can quickly find bodyworkers with the skills they need. Whether they’re looking for sports massage, prenatal massage, Thai massage, reflexology, or any other type of modality, finding qualified individuals on the MassageBook Search Directeory is easy.

Do you find it awkward to tell others about what makes you unique? Let your Personal Listing do the work for you. Share details about your bio, education, license(s), accomplishments, and certifications. Don’t be shy either; it's okay to toot your horn a bit! 

If you’re like many massage therapists and bodyworkers, you may work at multiple places, and even if you do work at a single business, you may not work at the same place for the rest of your career. If the business where you work uses MassageBook, you’ll be able to collect reviews from satisfied clients. The business gets theirs too, but your reviews are yours to keep. Your hard work deserves to be recognized, and you deserve to hang on to that recognition.

Once people look over your Personal Listing and decide you’re exactly what they’re looking for, we help turn that interest into an appointment by showing folks where you work. If the business uses MassageBook, they can book an appointment online immediately. If the business doesn’t use MassageBook yet, visitors can still send an appointment request by email. 

When you first log in to your MassageBook account, you'll see prompts to take you through each step to complete your Personal Listing. Upon completion, you'll be live in the MassageBook Search Directory. If you do not want to be listed in the directory at that time, simply toggle your listing off. 

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