Massage Buddy is seeking writers with something to share in the world of massage therapy and alternative therapies. Clients would love to learn more about the benefits of massage therapy, the science behind it, the different techniques/modalities practiced in cultures around the world, massage therapist stories and experiences, and your experiences working with Massage Buddy. Authors writing for us get full credit and a few links to their profile. Clients and non-members can also write for us, receive full credit, and promote themselves. Massage therapists that blog with us start seeing more clients and inquiries right away and gain more exposure indefinitely. On our platform, blog posts are constantly being frequented because many clients like to do their research before Massage Buddy becomes their favorite new website and start booking. For that reason, it’s a great idea to write some interesting articles while also promoting yourself and your services.
To begin writing blog posts, find the “Write” button in the dashboard or “Articles” in your profile menu. Clients and other writers must create a client account to start submit blog posts. Submissions are reviewed and approved within 24 to 48 hours and there’s no limit to how many blog posts you may submit. As long as you have good, original, and educational content, we’d be happy to publish it. You don’t have to be an expert story teller or professional writer to share your knowledge. Good grammar, and decent writing skills are more than enough for us if you have engaging topics and stories to write about. A minimum of 6000 characters per article are required and should be void of any adult content, copyrighted material, and non-educational links outside Massage Buddy. Encouraging readers to book sessions and promote your services is of course fine and can be a perfectly valid reason to begin writing blog posts for Massage Buddy as long as they’re not the main point of your articles. We are only interested in publishing 100% original content never posted anywhere else, though studies and fact checking websites can be cited in your articles. If you have any specific questions we haven’t addressed about writing blogs, message us through our contact form and we’ll get back to you soon.