PROMPT RESPONSE SYSTEM
SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT PLANNER
A Quick & Easy System to Crafting Irresistible Posts For Your Brand
and makes a real connection with your audience
The Secret to Becoming Better At Marketing?
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Most of the micro and small brand owners I talk to say they spend 6-10 hours a week on marketing. Most of that time is spent just trying to figure out what to say, much less putting together a strategy or checking on analytics.
It’s not so much about which platform they use, but let’s face it, for many people, marketing is not their full-time job.
It’s been my full-time job for many years, so let me show you a time-efficient, no-stress way to ALWAYS have something to post.
Every day of the year.
I’ve even included a BONUS of a couple of extra months! Instead of just one year, you’ve got 14 months’ worth of prompts.
Over a full year of content for you so you can focus on your business.
How did I think of this?
Because for years I had so many social media customers, I had to work 12 hour days, and don’t get me started on missed holidays and spoiled vacations. And while I was working on expanding their social footprint I would put my own social on hold.
With the Prompt Response System, you just read the prompt and answer the question (or ask the question) to create social media posts and topics (for text or video platforms) that help you connect with your ideal client without spending a fortune on social media managers.
Hiring a social media manager could easily cost you $10,000 a year.
The key is speaking to your audience as if they were right in front of you.
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3
Choose A Date
Read the Prompt
Post On Any Platform
Here's an example from one of my prompts:
“Have you ever stalked someone on social media?”
You can make this funny, you can make this about someone you really admire, etc. And then ask your audience if they’ve had a similar experience. This is the part where the authentic you comes out and you connect with your community.
And once again, depending on your personality, you can make this funny, you can make a real list of things someone in your line of work should be doing, daily or monthly, etc. And then ask your audience if they found it helpful or if they have other questions.
Here's another example:
“Share a tip that helps your target audience.”
I also broke out the content into “buckets” so you’re not always posting the same types of things. Somet posts will be about your business, sometimes something to get your audience engaged, etc. It’s all about them getting to know you better and you getting to know what they really need from you.
- what your monthly goals actually are
- where you’ve posted your content
- what your call to action (CTA) is
- your theme
- your campaigns, and
- your sponsorships
Keeping track of your successes and failures will help you reach your business goals much faster.
BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE!
Can you say Copy and Paste?!
Here’s how you can make connections with the right people now
- become raving fans
- they’ll tell you what they want from you
- they’ll tell you if they’re interested in a new product or service
- they’ll tell you if you changed up something you’re already selling that might make it more attractive to more people