Article or Company News
We love getting your company news and expertise. Send us industry news or article ideas/submissions by completing the form below. Feel free to attach imagery (at least 300 dpi) and/or complete manuscript files. A member of the editorial team will reach out to you regarding the next steps once we have reviewed your submission.
Note: To submit new products and services please use the Submit New Product/Service form instead of the form below.
All articles and proposals are subject to review. Please read the author guidelines below for complete rules.
Who We Are
Dayspa Magazine provides wellness spa professionals with protocols, trends, business advice and research to serve the whole health experience to their clientele. We do this via our:
- Monthly magazine
- Daily newsletter
- Social media channels
- Webcasts and webinars
What We Do
Dayspa is the premier, whole health resource for wellness spa professionals.
Who We Serve
We support wellness spa directors, managers, professionals and holistic practitioners in their efforts to deliver cutting-edge treatments and restorative experiences that boost their clients’ overall health and well-being.
How You Can Contribute
We’re always looking for compelling content that better informs our readers—as they say, knowledge is power. That means we need thought leaders like you to share:
- Wellness trends and treatments
- Market data and insights
- Product and brand (re)launches
- Brand/company news
- Spa business insights
- Technology breakthroughs
If you think you or your organization have a unique innovation or point of view to contribute, submit your pitch or article to Dayspa Magazine.
While we love content that thinks outside the box, we do have a few key ground rules to ensure we maximize value to our readership.
- Know your audience.
Remember, our readers are wellness and spa professionals who are looking for tools they can implement in the spa setting, as well as ways they can guide their clients to live more healthfully. Be sure you're not giving them consumer-facing content.
- Be original and compelling.
People in this industry are time-starved, so get to the point efficiently and tell an engaging story.
- Educate, educate, educate.
Whether your story runs 50 or 1,200 words, be sure to teach the audience something and provide data and hard numbers whenever possible.
- Don't sell.
We're sure you have the latest, greatest innovations, but readers switch off when editorial turns into a sales pitch. Stick close to the educational dictum, and invaluable engagement for you and your organization will follow.
- Have fun.
Wellness is driven by enthusiasm for healthy living—so don't be afraid to bring a sense of joy and excitement to your work.