MASSAGE Magazine Online Community Looking for PR Sources, Authors, Expert Massage Contributors
MASSAGEmag.com, the massage therapist’s online massage therapy community, is looking for talented writers and massage therapy experts to join the Web site’s growing list of influential contributors. MASSAGE Magazine is an independent publication, and its Web site is the leading resources for massage therapists to ask questions or share what they’ve discovered. MASSAGE CREAMS experts are specifically in demand.
***The MASSAGEmag.com Web team is developing a new feature to be launched in 2008: Resource Centers, which will contain articles, news, and other tools to support the massage practice. Are YOU a resource for this information? Be an expert contributor in our online community.***
In exchange for your participation, MASSAGE will identify you as an expert and help promote your work, book, name or Web site. In the author’s bio at the end of each article you can provide two or three sentences about yourself including any experience or credentials directly related to the topic of your article, your place of employment and title, and any contact information that you would like us to publish – such as the URL for your Web site, your e-mail address, phone number, etc.
MASSAGEmag.com was recently selected as one of Google News’ top massage therapy news sites and is tracked by Google News every minute for breaking massage therapy news.
Interested in being part of MASSAGEmag.com?
Send your resume and writing samples to Amy Mitchell (amitchell@MASSAGEmag.com), MASSAGE Magazine’s Online Editor. The magazine’s editorial staff will review the submitted content and reply back as soon as possible.
More about MASSAGE Magazine & MASSAGEmag.com
MASSAGEmag.com is the most dynamic, useful and fastest growing massage therapy site on the Internet. MASSAGEmag.com is the leading supplier of online information and resources for massage therapists, providing news, features, commentary, RSS feeds, and a video encyclopedia covering the massage field, industry and profession. MASSAGEmag.com is ranked among the most visited massage Web sites in the world by Alexa.com, an Amazon.com (News-Alert) company that monitors Web traffic.
Founded in 1985 by Robert Calvert, MASSAGE Magazine (www.MASSAGEmag.com) is the industry’s independent, monthly magazine. Each issue provides information on massage creams, how to manage a practice, acquire new skills and stay informed on established and emerging techniques.
Publisher of MASSAGE and Chiropractic Economics magazines (www.ChiroEco.com), offers a wide range of products and services designed to generate qualified sales leads for business in the massage and chiropractic marketplaces. Visit the site at www.MASSAGEmag.com.
Amy Mitchell, 904-567-1538