I help animals in pain, or even paralyzed, to regain their health and mobility without drugs or surgery.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
9.5/10: Since you have a few characters left over, as a grammar-focused person I’d love to see the sentence say, “I help animals WHO ARE in pain.” It’s minor, but sticklers will relax. This sounds like a very clear statement; the only thing I’m left wondering is if you help all sizes of animal, or if you focus more on housepets, or farm animals, or…?
9/10: I love this idea since I think too many drugs are given to both animals and humans. Like Tad mentioned, I would like to know if you meant dogs, cats, birds, horses, reptiles.
9/10: I’d like to know how you help them – energy healing, herbs, acupuncture? Either way, I’d check you out. What an amazing service – one that’s needed in my home right now. All best to you Nels and thank you for your service.
10/10: You are awesome. Let’s make a pact to go out and get some better photos together, but you’re a 10 in my book. I know it’s biased.
9/10: This is great and your work is wonderful. If I really have to find something to critique, your image doesn’t represent what you do, unless you also have a radio show or podcast?
“Where Neuroscience and Spirituality meet”, I love it!
9/10: This sounds great. I give it a 9
9/10: How very wonderful and clear. Great work! I would suggest using another picture, but that’s because I’m a portrait photographer and I don’t understand why you used this one. Other than that: a 9/10. I would love to know how you do your job.
8/10: Nels, this is a great gift to give to animals. I just wonder if you are working with pets, farm animals, zoo animals, wild animals? I’m guessing you work with pets but if you could weave this into your statement that would make it even clearer. Wishing you every success.
10/10: Love this. I also work with animals and know there is a great need for this kind of work.
9/10: Love what you do Nels! I would like more specificity in terms of what animals you help.
9/10: Yes very clear lovely service
8.5/10: I agree with the grammar stickler. It’s a great message, however I just wonder what the image of the radio announcer/dj has to do with it? Or maybe I’m missing something.
10/10: super clear what you do and who you help.
9/10: Very clear Nels and what a wonderful service you offer.
10/10: Very cool thing to do and the message is clear.
9/10: I don’t know how big the niche would be, but it is very clear to me what you are offering and I would remember it if one of my friends was telling me about one of their pets who needed help.
9/10: Love this, you could be more specific if you work in a particular locality. Love what you’re doing.
9/10: Joining the chorus. We need to know where you are at. Otherwise, spot on. Thank you for doing this for animals!
9/10: What a wonderful business. This makes me curious how you accomplish this! Do you offer the animals physical therapy, nutritional therapy or, as suggested by the photo, sound therapy? I know it’s the statement we’re evaluating, but a healthy “after” photo of one of your animal clients might grab the attention of pet owners more quickly.
9.5/10: Where are you located, though?
9/10:I like it.
9/10: It leaves me asking what approach you use but that may lead me further to investigate.
9/10: I agree with Tad that this is a 9 and needs to refer to geography since you do laying on of hands and not healing by distance per your website.
Nels Rasmussen’s Reflections:
What wonderful comments and suggestions from everyone! I agree with the idea that I could have used the word “pets” to better advantage than animals, although I do help all kinds of animals, but pets are the niche.
The Revised Niche: