Who isn’t hungry for better business and social media strategies?
People rank food as one of the top 3 benefits of a good vacation.
It’s also the main reason why we make big life decisions such as what city we visit, what venue we choose for milestone celebrations, whether or not we’re going to attend a particular event-
“Oh, she’s having the party at Nobu? Say no more. I’m there!”
I recently spent an entire weekend at a luxury resort with all the bells and whistles- swag bags upon arrival, with my name on it- and spelled correctly, too!
Fireplace in my room, spa with private lounge areas, aromatherapy massages, whirlpool and sauna.
...And all I keep raving about after is *the food*! The breakfast was AMAAAZING!
Since we’re all motivated by food, let’s infuse more of it into unconventional places! Like your written copy and your pictures.
What exactly do I mean- “Whatchu talkin ’bout, Willis?”
If you’re still reading this, it’s partially because I grabbed your attention with food.
(The other part is because my posts are the magical ones you’re always dying to open 😉
To make this easy, why reinvent the wheel?
Follow my lead and infuse a little more food into your copy for business or social groups when you need to grab their attention and get your message out there.
Emails, blog posts, articles, meetings- take note that I’m not showing up if food isn’t involved. How about you?
Another sneaky little tip that works…
To totally raise your reach, views and impressions (if you’re into tracking all ‘dat), aka your *likes* on social media is once again, with what?
Yep, you guessed it- with food!
We laugh, but at last check, it was ranking in almost 1k views an hour! Because yes- fashionistas and beauty enthusiasts love to eat, too!
My 4 Flatlay Tips
1. Lay out your flat canvas. Your canvas should be the largest item that you lay everything else on top.
2. Choose a color scheme. Examples include black and white, red white and blue, complementary colors like shades of orange and blue, or maybe monochromatic like only shades of blue. Another fun scheme is to use neutrals like black and white with a color pop, like red.
3. Accessorize. If you have an item of focus, lay that out first and accessorize around it.
4. Add food. I used fruit for pops of color and added whimsy in all of my flatlays pictured in this post. I want to start incorporating drinks and drink spills, too!