Skip that mind blank moment every time you sit down to write your marketing content. With prompts perfect for your email newsletters, blogs and social media posts, you’ll have enough ideas to never run out of things to say about your business and your offers, with just enough behind the scenes to break things up!
88 General prompts for every business
48 prompts for Service based businesses
48 prompts for Product based businesses
48 prompts for course providers
Canva templates to expand on your own
That’s over 135 prompts no matter your business type, and up to 230 if you have a multi-hyphenate business.
This deck isn’t just for social media, you can use it to create blogs, as vlog topics, or for your newsletter. On social media, each could spark an idea for a story, or a feed post, or both, it’s completely up to you.
Use both the general deck and whatever business type you resonate with. You can mix and match across all the business types so if you offer a service and a course, you can combine the stacks. I’ve created it this way so you can use the general deck once so there’s no double ups!
“These are so incredible! I’m really impressed with the two sets I’ve read so far and I can’t believe how many you managed to create. I’m so excited to print them and start using them!”
Heather Walpole, Ewe Ewe Yarns
Before you move forward, you need to clarify your brand, who your target audience is and where you can find them, and how you’ll communicate with them online.
Your website and communication methods help you deliver your brand and message to your audience and better sell to your client and customers.
Set up your tracking and reporting, plan how you’ll measure success, and set goals for the next month, quarter and year so you can structure your marketing plan to scale your sales.
Whether they are discovering you for the first time, or looking for you again after hearing about you somewhere else, being visible in search directs people to your website, while they are actively looking for what you offer.
Engage and build a relationship with potential and paid clients and customers by offering them advice or inspiration in your area of expertise, helping them solve a small question and better position yourself to assist with the bigger ones.
Once you’ve built a great base, paying to show up in front of the right people, at the right time, at the right price is a worthwhile investment.
Once you scale your sales, inevitably you’ll need some help, or to delegate your marketing completely. This final stage is all about pulling everything together so you can bring other people onboard without losing your momentum.
Print your own deck of cards to shuffle through, like your favourite oracle or tarot deck, or work your way through the stack.