Let’s talk growing your social media and leveraging the weekly curated post examples I created specifically for Momtrepeneurs who are growing a thriving business using social media. I built my first business, using only social media and took my following from 0 to 68,000 followers in six months. It was a lot of work, and it left me feeling overwhelmed and burn out, when it was all said and done. Since then, I’ve spent time working with business owners who message me daily on how to replicate the success in their following like I have built for myself.
Relatable posts are something I recommend that you add into your weekly posting schedule when you’re growing a thriving business and social media.
It’s crucial your post to be relatable. We are going for our ideal client to read our posts and say to themselves out louder in their head yeah me too. You know how you have that one person you follow and you read their posts and you say to yourself “yeah, me too” and “oh my gosh that’s happened to me” or “yeah I’ve so been there”, that’s the gold in a relatable post! A relatable post goes something like this: “I was up 1 million times last night with my baby, I haven’t showered in what seems like days, I fed my kids yogurt for breakfast and stale cereal and the laundry room you can’t even walk into…. These are supposed to be the best days of my life and gosh darn it are they ever, but if someone knocks on my door right now I’ll need to hide because of my appearance and the stink coming from my body. Have you been here to Mama? Give me some advice, I could sure use it.”
From this example you can see how I have a really been descriptive and laid out what I’m going through right now and how it feels. I’m asking for help and if you are a mom I guarantee you’ve been there right and when you read this you’re gonna think/or say by messaging me oh I’ve still been there one time I didn’t shower for four days whatever whatever whatever, and that’s exactly what we’re going for. We want Moms, in this example, who is my target market, relating to me and sharing their story with me. That’s relatable, and that’s why we do relatable posts because that helps us bond with our target market. And create those relationships.
A relatable post I recommend is included weekly in your weekly content posting schedule and I break this all down for you So when you’re a curating your weekly schedule for posting, or should I actually recommend you do a month at a time, if you’re in my Modern Social Mama course, which you should be if you’re trying to build a business on social media and you want to track your ideal clients and customers so you can live your dream life and use social media to cash those checks and then it’s for you. The Modern Social Mama is using social media for three hours a week or less to dynamically up level your business. I teach you what to post, by getting you a 14 different examples of weekly try to contact you should cycle through to reach your ideal audience. This is all customized to you using your voice and your words so that your ideal client sees it and hears it and connects with you. Social media is a great while you to build relationships, and therefore your business. Because I’m a firm believer in whatever business you’re in you need to build relationships for it. This is how/why brands and influencers build a community and an audience that no matter what they’re selling their community buys it and that’s exactly friends what I teach you in the Modern Social Mama.
And the best thing about relatable post in my opinion is they’re easy and they speak for themselves so be sure to include quotes in part of your weekly posting schedule. If you need more inspiration and health and growing a thriving business leveraging social media all without the overwhelming burn out of all the ends and outs of social media be sure to join the Modern Social Mama, where I break down exactly how to do social media in a way that puts money in your pocket where you’re creating relationships with your ideal client all while mastering social media in less than three hours a week. You can find it here;