What It Takes To Make Sales on Social Media

When I started my photography business over a decade ago, I was convinced that I would pick up a camera and people would start lining up in the street to work with me… 

I soon realized that running a business was a *little* more complicated than that. *OK, maybe a lot.*

Even members of my church were turning down free sessions with me. 

>>I couldn’t even *give* my services away.<<

Can you relate, friend? 

  • Are you struggling to make sales on social?
  • Have you wondered how to assert your value?
  • Do you wish you had a magic genie to grant your business wishes?

You, sweet soul, are not alone.

But with a little hustle and chutzpah, this girl from the hood grew those rejections into a six-figure business in her first year. Now I want to help you do the same. 

>>I’m sharing everything I know to help you turn those crickets into customers, too.<<

Let me be your magic genie! Rub the lamp, make a wish, and let’s get clear on how you can level up your business!

Get Clear With Who You Are

  • You don’t need to be trendy or cool to make sales.
  • You don’t need to have the best dance moves on TikTok or the most aesthetically-pleasing feed.
  • You don’t need a better product to sell.

You simply need to be YOU.

There is no idea, no product, no service that has not been offered before. Yet, originality is not what you lack, friend. You have it all within you.  

>>The only thing that can set you apart in the sea of social is your personality.<<

That is the key to connecting with your ideal customer and creating relationships that convert. So let your personality shine!

Get Clear With What You Offer

We live in a world where people care less about your accolades and more about how it affects them.

If you are focusing on yourself and how you matter, no one will know why they should care.

>>You need to turn your dialogue into one that emphasizes your value by focusing on how you serve.<<

In the business world, this is known as being customer-centric.

Everything you create should lead with:

  • What the offer is
  • How it solves a problem
  • How their life will change because of it

Get Clear With Who You Serve

When I first started in business, I wanted to work with everyone. 

*You have a credit card? You’re my customer!*

I soon realized that by attempting to cast a wide net and appeal to everyone, I was actually leaving gaps that let them all slip through the cracks.

It wasn’t until I decided who I wanted to serve and spoke directly to them that the inquiries came flooding in.

>>When you speak to everyone, you speak to none. You get results when you speak to ONE.<<

It’s as simple as that, Buttercup!

When you know who you are, what you offer, and who you serve, the sales will come flooding in.

If you are feeling like you need a little help figuring out these important details, I’ve got you! 

I created a FREE Nail Your Niche Workbook that will take you step by step through the process and give you the clarity you need to create genuine connections that lead to sales. 

You can download it >>HERE<< and start making your own magic on social!