Being a women entrepreneur and social media goddess is not an easy job—you have to do all the thinking and writing, and posting, and working hard to be “heard” over all that clutter. But is it worth it? Totally! (Trust me; I’ve been in this business long enough to know).
For all those goddesses out there who are stuck in the bog of overwhelm about:
- Having a writer’s block about what to post over Facebook to improve their brand visibility,
- Worrying about the low interaction on your posts, or
- Worrying about the amount of time you are “wasting” in Facebook groups
…don’t worry, I got your back.
When I was starting, I had the same issues too, and was absolutely exhausted to keep up with all of it, and I tried and tested various different methods to get what I had intended to all along. All these experimentations led me to discovering some really great ways to create engagement on Facebook posts, and that, too, by only spending 20 minutes each day! Not only have I cracked the code to understand exactly what kind of content to post, I have a proper schedule now that helps me be proactive at what I do!
It’s time to get organized. De-clutter your virtual desk, create a list of tasks, prepare a cup of your favorite beverage (mint is Starbucks herbal Passion tea) , and get down to business. And let me share with you a few actionable hacks on how to go from zero clients to filling your programs by just spending 20 minutes a day posting content in Facebook groups.
So, ladies, do you want in on my pack of secrets? Read on!
Marketing and advertising are arguably the two most important factors involved in building your brand and attracting high-end clients.
Social media is a fantastic resource, which can potentially allow you to do just that! And because there are so many different social media platforms available, finding the right outlets has never been easier.
Without question, Facebook is the most popular social networking site on the planet. Facebook marketing, if done correctly, will allow you to expand your business and take it to the next level, attracting high-end clients in the process. For example, you can perform this simple Facebook hack and attract high-end quality clients on a daily basis.
Look at your competitors’ followers/friends
Your competitors’ friends and followers are your ideal clients. Your competitors have done all of the hard work for you! They’ve already found your target audience and have handed them to you on a silver platter, metaphorically speaking, of course. The great news is that you already know that your page, products and services are going to be relevant to them – because they are engaging with your competition.