You’re an Aloette consultant, congratulations! Now, where do you start? What do you post? And where do you post? Let’s take a look at some ideas for social media posts for Aloette consultants! No matter where you are posting on social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter… you can keep the same formula in mind.
Begin With The End
The first thing to consider before you start social media marketing is the end. What I mean by this is, what’s your goal? Here are a few things to consider:
- Promote a sale or product
- Invite to join an event
- Book a party
- Join your team
- Create community
Once you’ve chosen your end game, you can start to plan your posts!
The Secret Formula: Social Media Posts for Aloette Consultants
One of the hardest parts of creating social media posts for Aloette consultants (or any brand) is making sure you keep your network in mind first. While you have an end in mind, you’re truly there to serve your community! When you keep them at the center of your content, you’ll have far better results and engagement.
So, what’s the secret formula? I like to keep this rhythm in mind:
- What’s the problem?
- Solve the problem!
Let’s use the exact formula above for this example. Remember, you can add posts to this, but let’s keep it simple. For this instance, let’s say we want to promote the Beauty Sleep serum.
- Engage: What’s your favorite season?
- What’s the problem: Does your skin’s behavior change with the seasons? This time of year my skin gets so dry!
- Tip/Engage: Did you know that you can help your dry skin by drinking more water? Experts say… [insert your research here].
- Solve the problem: Tonight I’m slathering on my Aloette Beauty Sleep to combat my dry, inflamed skin. Bonus! I can dab a little extra on any cystic acne that pops up and reduce the life of that pimple! (Also great for eczema!)
- Ask: Don’t forget to grab your own Beauty Sleep! I’ll share the link below, here are a few details about the product, too!
For our second example of social media posts for Aloette consultants, let’s make our end goal to get someone to join our team. I’m going to get very specific about coffee in this example, but you should use something that speaks to you. It could be clothing, craft supplies, decor, throw pillows, whatever tickles your fancy!
- Engage: What’s your favorite fancy coffee drink?
- What’s the problem: My husband told me that if I cut out my almost daily coffee stop, we could save over $30 a week! I told him to mind his business. COFFEE IS LIFE!
- Tip/Engage: I found these adorable coffee mugs at Target the other day! If you had $500 and were dropped off at the door at Target, what would you come out with?
- Solve the problem: My husband was on me about my frivolous coffee spending the other day, but when I showed him my weekly Aloette paycheck, he took it back. Do you have any frivolous spending you’ve been considering cutting back on?
- Ask: Tell your story, share your why, and invite them to come along with you at Aloette.
At The Center
As I said above, if you keep your community at the center of your posts, you’ll get the best results and engagement. It helps even more if you are intimately familiar with your ideal client. I’ve given mine a name and we have full on conversations… it’s marketing it’s not crazy!
Good luck, my Aloette pal! I’m rooting for you!
Remember, you don’t have to be loud to be bold.