How to write social media posts that resonates Lashes & Fashion Biz

Let talk about how to write social media posts for your business that resonates with your audience.

Social media has a lot of potentials to increase your business reach and gain new followers along the way. The thing about social media is that it’s all about the now.  Nevertheless creating content on these platforms like Facebook, Instagram etc is like any other platform. You have to create content that speaks to your audience. This helps you fine-tune those who follow you so they become a targeted audience filled with your ideal customers. As ultimately you want to sell your product to these people.



How to create social media content that resonates

I can look at products and a story of some kind will just come to my mind. So when I see business owners opening up about what content they should write, based on their business I had to share a few ideas to help them out.

What these business owners were doing is seeing their product for what it is. The 1st lady had a false eyelashes business & the 2nd lady sold ladies’ clothes.

In a past post, I have spoken about looking past your product and sharing the benefits, As this is so important.

However saying this I also know it’s not easy, when you eat, sleep & breathe your business. You see it from your perspective which over time can limit your vision of your product’s potential.

Well, let me share with you the pointers and ideas I shared to help these business ladies take back control and connect with their audiences.

Below are screenshots of the ladies’ questions they shared. As you can see the 2nd lady reached out to me personally by tagging me.

It pays to show up in other people’s comments & engage, but that’s for another post.


1st question:

False eye lash business

My response:

Greetings, I hear you. Go beyond the lashes. What’s the experience of having lashes bring? What does your ideal client look like? A coco channel perfume advert doesn’t focus on the actual perfume until the end, yet they are selling perfume. Translate the above into images and video. I hope this helps blessings.


2nd question:

Ladies clothing business

My response:

I popped over to your account and it looks nice. I know you are a shop but all your posts are just selling. You only share your product’s features. Give your items a story to help the viewer visualise it in their head.

For example – your distressed jeggings: Slide into these comfortable soft stretchy jeans that will allow you to freely play with your child or do your daily tasks without feeling restricted.

The high waist style supports you in all the right places while emphasizing your curvy figure. These jeggings will rock with a jumper or blazer. An essential item to add to your wardrobe of casual pieces. This will be your go-to item when you are busy but want to be on-trend & feel fantastic.


As you can see you probably started seeing the jeggings and how they fitted the situations I shared. This is how you create social media content that keeps your product & audience in mind while resonating on an emotional level.

But don’t go deep on each product you share. You need to add a sprinkle of other posts to break up the post you are using to sell with. This way your followers won’t feel like you are selling to them all the time. But if you use the ideas I shared above when you do sell it won’t feel like selling. You are simply sharing the benefits of your product.

Over to you, how do you get on when it comes to writing captions for your social posts?

Janet Walker has been a designer & internet marketer for over 16+ years. She established her creative biz on the 1st page of Google (+ other search engines) within a year of being online. Which led to international media coverage. Her analytical thinking, marketing know-how & break-it-down methodology, allows her to naturally align strategies, & more. She’s become the go-to for individuals, small & sought-after business leaders in various industries.  JWGInternational’s core is to empower, elevate & support those using their Gifts to impact others.

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