I help people to let go of stress and tension to revitalize, rejuvenate & heal their body & feel whole with reflexology.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
8.5/10: I would specify “people” more and remove one of the results. There’s 4 and I’d keep 3 results — revitalize, rejuvenate and heal their body.
9/10: Though you could bribe a 10 out of me with a session! My only problem is the broad term “people.” I think everyone I know could use your services, but it’s much easier to target a specific market — middle-aged female gardeners (me!), older male executives, stressed-out caregivers of elderly parents, etc.
7/10: Your line needs some punch. The first part of it can be said about many therapies.
8/10: I am rating this higher than Tad because of the quickness that I got what you do.
7/10: I think you need to be more clear on “people”. Just about everybody is stressed and tense so can you refine your client description further? Women? Men? Young? Old?
5/10: So you heal everything with reflexology? Doesn’t grab me because it feels like a list of words with no connection to me even though it sounds good. just seems like another add.
8/10: It is nice but is it for me? Am I your client? I have no way to know. I need a direct connection.
10/10: Very clear.
7/10: Which people? Which ones come in with the most stress and tension, most often? Who could use reflexology the most bc of their career or lifestyle? would love to hear your comments.
10/10: So clear!
9/10: I think it’s great! Clear! I’d just change the punctuation so it reads with more ease and say “bodies” plural:“I help people let go of stress & tension, to revitalize & rejuvenate, to heal their bodies & feel whole with reflexology.”
10/10: Love the imagery the clear concise message.
10/10: Elegant, clear message.
9/10: I think many people can relate to this.
5/10: I understand what you are doing, but basically you are targeting everybody here, so that is not really a niche.
I thought the “feel whole” was a big idea to be tagged onto the list of benefits, so perhaps that might be the one you drop?
Christopher Shirley’s Reflections:
The Revised Niche: