How to Attract the Right Clients for Your Catholic Business

How do you attract the right people you want to do business with?

Create niche content that adds value (informative, inspiring, and/or funny) to your target audience.

My target audience is small Catholic business owners.

I create and share content that almost always is tied exclusively to the Catholic faith.

The times I showcase a glimpse into my personality and hobbies I make sure it’s still connected to Catholicism.

Not everyone will get the joke below.

It’s a very niche Catholic meme. 😆

But that’s okay. I’m not writing for everyone.

That’s what Generic Social Media Influencers do.

I’m not generic. As a neurodivergent, left-handed, literary omnivore Catholic I’m wayyyyyy too weird for the average person.

And you aren’t generic. You’re too awesome!

I like to partner and work with non-generic people.

Saint Therese of Lisieux wrote, “The world is thy ship, not thy home.”

Think of your business as a ship, carrying your family and helping your clients with their needs.

The destination? Our home in Heaven.

We do need to live in the world but we still need to keep our gaze on Our Father.

I create non-generic Catholic content that will attract the right clients for your business.

Will you let me join your ship on the journey?

P.S. What’s the funniest Catholic typo you made or read?

#catholichumor #catholiclife #catholiccontent #nightwing #saintjosemariaescriva

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Relaunch Your Catholic Small Business: The Proven Strategy to Reconnect with Customers and Revive Your Business After a Tough Year

Are you struggling to relaunch your business after a challenging year? Here’s the proven strategy I used to reconnect with my customers and successfully get my business thriving again.

Use this strategy ⤵️

The What:

📬 Send them personalized postcards— in a digital world, paper will stand out

💬 Send personalized DMs to check in with them (don’t sell anything off the bat…that’s spammy/salesy)

Post consistently on social media about your products/services:

🔶 Be valuable (educational/entertaining depending on your brand voice) about it at least 80%.

🔷 The other 20% you can mention th products/services you offer but frame it from the problem you solve

✍️Publish regularly on your blog to help provide insights about your industry for your audience.

The When:

Reach out to your customers (works for prospects too) at natural checkpoints.

Holidays, weekends, end of the week, liturgical feast days (my clients are Catholic small business owners 🙂).

For example:

“Hi (insert first name)! Hope you are having a blessed Feast of Saints Peter and Paul.”

OR

“Hope you had a blessed Feast of the Most Holy Trinity (insert first name)! Here’s a funny meme I made for the occasion and thought you might like it”

At around 90 days before your relaunch start to be more overt in your messaging about the products/services you provide (thank you Stacked Marketer Holiday Marketing Guide for this tip!.

If you try to promote your work any sooner from a cold hiatus then your customers are going to notice and be turned off by the experience.

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Rebuild relationships first. Sell later. 👍

#customers#smallbusiness#relationships

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How to Activate Your Small Catholic Business’s Uniqueness

Do you want your business to stand out in the sea of Internet-noise?

Be like John the Baptist. Do something different.

Eat locusts with a dab of honey. Record yourself chomping on these crunchy bugs. 😋

Don’t worry, I said you can have honey on it.

Now, if aren’t near a grassy field you can order dried locusts online (link in the comments).

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You might be reading this thinking, “Surely, you must be kidding!?”

I’m only half-kidding— about the locusts.

*Reader breathes a sigh of relief*

But I was serious about being LIKE John the Baptist.

Do something different.

I mean with your blogging strategy on your website.

“But we post once a month.”

We live in a fast-paced world. And it’s weird.

Heck, people video record themselves eating things much stranger than locusts (and in a much greater volume than John the Baptist did with those bugs)

Posting once a month isn’t enough to distinguish your business from every other one.

Going back to weirdness…

Last month, the priest at my local parish talked about how we need to keep the weirdness in Catholicism. This was in the context of our Corpus Christi procession.

Being weird isn’t bad.

It captures people’s attention.

John was weird with his Nazarite vows and yelling “Repent” or “Behold, the Lamb of God”.

And if you have a small Catholic business, we are compelled to preach the oddness of the Gospel.

This doesn’t mean making up new doctrines or stretching the truth.

But it does mean being different.

And if you don’t have a current blog on your website the first step to being different is starting one.

I provide blog writing services for small Catholic businesses.

Reach out to me if you want your business to stand out and attract new customers. More details by clicking on: https://thesimplecatholic.blog/writing-services/

And the best part?

I won’t ask you to eat locusts…unless you want with them with honey. 🍯

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Boost Your Catholic Business: Professional Writing Services

Small Catholic business in need of content creation help

Dear beloved small Catholic business owners and solopreneurs,

May the grace and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you always. We know that time is a precious resource that’s not renewable, and oftentimes it can feel like there’s only 24 minutes in a day instead of 24 hours. As you juggle the many responsibilities of running a small business, it can be challenging to find the time and energy to create compelling content that resonates with your audience.

But fear not, dear brothers and sisters, for help is at hand. As a professional writer and content creator, I offer my services to you with joy and enthusiasm. I understand the importance of creating high-quality blog posts and content that engages and inspires your customers. With my help, you can free up more time to focus on other important aspects of your business while still creating content that delights and informs your audience.

Whether you need help with blog writing, social media posts, email newsletters, or any other type of content creation, I am here to serve you. My services are specifically designed for small Catholic businesses like yours, and I am committed to helping you achieve your business goals with creativity and excellence.

So, dear friends, let us work together to build up the kingdom of God through our small businesses. May our content be a beacon of light in the darkness, a source of hope and inspiration for all who encounter it. And may the Holy Spirit guide us in all that we do, now and forevermore.

Email me today (at chicoine.matt@live.com) for engaging Catholic content!

Sincerely,

Your fellow servant in Christ

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How to Grow Your Business When You Lack Time— Hire a Social Media Manager!

Looking for help to grow your business

💡💡💡Fun fact: 81% of marketers found that increased traffic occurred with as little as 6 hours per week invested in social media marketing.
The average attention span in 2000 was 12 seconds, this year the average attention span is just 8 seconds. That is less than the 9 second attention span of your average goldfish.

❓How can you grab someone’s attention with so much other competing content?

✅ Invest in making relevant, consistent, and valuable content for your audience or customers.

🕒 Don’t have time or you don’t have the skills?

That’s okay! One option is to enlist the help of a social media manager—someone in charge of developing, curating, and sharing your message on your business page.

❓Do you know that I manage social media accounts for small businesses and entrepreneurs?

✅ Currently, I am managing and creating content for Biblical Principles for Growth’s social media pages and have updated websites for other small businesses.

Why Do I Love Helping  Small Businesses?

I enjoy and find fulfillment in this work because it satisfies my creative and intellectual sides.

  • But most of all I love being able to use my God given talent of writing to help build others up.
  • Owning a small business takes a lot of dedication. I know because my mom has her own cleaning business. I recall countless times my siblings and I helped her with her work.
  • If you know of any small business or entrepreneur who is interested in building their brand and attracting more leads and clients please pass my information on to them.

I am looking to acquire new clients and would appreciate any referrals. 😊

What’s next for your business?

If you are interested in growing your personal brand’s presence on social media email me at chicoine.matt@live.com for more information. I would love to discuss setting up a tailored plan to fit your business needs.

📊 I specialize in LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.

🙏 Thank you for any help you can give and hope you have a blessed week! 🙂

 

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