Yes, this semi-Luddite has finally been dragged into the 21st century. Check out my new Web site at http://www.massage-stlouis.com. Make sure you include the dash and skip the period in stlouis or you'll get directed somewhere else.
More and more people are turning to the internet to find goods and services and my clients are no exception. Many new people find me through the internet and it's important to have at least a minimum of Web presence. I finally turned to Jean Probert, illustrator-designer, to help create a Web site for my business.
Jean has been the creative force behind those beautiful business cards, magnets, and postcards that many of you have admired during the last ten years. She is highly skilled, creative, and knows me well enough that the end results are a good reflection of who I am and what I want to convey. She patiently walked me through the steps of creating a Web site, kept me on task, and contributed helpful suggestions along the way. She was not only Web designer but editor and proof reader, too.
I am very pleased with the results. She did a beautiful job and the site functions well. You'll find an introduction on the home page with additional information on inside pages. There are brief descriptions of the types of massage in which I specialize, details about my training and experience, and articles from my blog, as well as contact information, rates, etc.
New blog articles will still show up on my FaceBook page, Massage St. Louis. And in case you are wondering, Massage St. Louis is my Web site and FaceBook page name but I still conduct business under my own name.
I hope you'll take a few minutes to check out the new Web site and let me know what you think. If you run into problems, let me know and we'll do what we can to fix them. If you aren't already a fan of my FaceBook page, I invite you to become one. I promise I won't inundate you with posts and you will be notified of classes, promotions, and anything else that comes up that you might want to know about. In the future, I may post links to helpful sites and products that people often ask about.
Thanks to Jean for her work and her patience guiding me through the process. If you'd like to see more of her work, check it out at http://www.jeanprobert.com.