MASSAGE Magazine has expanded its outreach to the massage and bodywork community by recently launching a page on the popular social networking site Google+, in addition to its presence on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
“Our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages have received such positive responses, and we saw a trend of professionals within the massage and bodywork community start to engage on Google+ as well,” said Jennifer Whalen, the magazine’s managing editor. “We are continuously searching for ways to further connect to the massage industry and stimulate feedback from readers and experts.”
The Google+ page features articles, tips, pictures, products and news items from www.MASSAGEmag.com, as well as an interactive forum for group members to pose questions and converse about hot topics in the industry. It also offers members a comfortable platform to share information with their circles and followers.
Google+ is a social network operated by Google Inc., which launched June 28, 2011. According to a report from the New York Times, there are 50 million active users daily on Google+.
To join MASSAGE Magazine‘s Google+ circle, go to www.massagemag.com/googleplus.
To become a fan of MASSAGE Magazine on Facebook, go to www.massagemag.com/facebook.
To follow MASSAGE Magazine on Twitter, go to www.twitter.com/massagemag.
To join MASSAGE Magazine‘s LinkedIn group, go to www.MASSAGEmag.com/linkedin.
About MASSAGE Magazine
MASSAGE Magazine‘s mission is to provide massage and touch therapists with the tools, information and resources to help them succeed both in their businesses and their session rooms. For the latest massage news, articles, products, videos and more, visit www.MASSAGEmag.com.
Connect with MASSAGE Magazine on Facebook at www.facebook.com/massagemagazine; follow MASSAGE Magazine on Twitter at www.twitter.com/massagemag; add us to your Google+ circle at www.massagemag.com/googleplus; or join the magazine’s LinkedIn community at www.MASSAGEmag.com/linkedin.