Month: March 2021

  • Sell More With Video Content With XayLi Barclay

    In this episode, Monique talks with video coach XayLi Barclay about how video benefits your brand, how to sell with video, types of video that drive sales, and the importance of showing behind the scenes of your process.

    We’ve been talking all month long about creating content that sells. The one element that we haven’t discussed is video, so I called on my video content queen XayLi Barclay to serve as my co-host. XayLi is an online video coach and Thinkific expert helping creative entrepreneurs feel more confident on camera. She’s one of […]

  • How To Use Content Pillars To Generate Endless Content Ideas

    In this episode, Monique shares how to use content pillars to simplify content planning and generate endless content ideas.

    I’m going to share a strategy that I use to brainstorm my content ideas. Bonus points that this strategy will make you look super knowledgeable. And that’s what you want! You want people to stumble upon your website and be so impressed that they stick around consuming your content.
    In this episode, I’m sharing how to use your content pillars to generate endless content ideas.

  • 5 Tips To Create Content That Sells

    5 Tips To Create Content That Sells

    Likes and shares are cool, but sales are the real flex. Without sales, your business isn’t a business, it’s an expensive hobby. So why do so many creative business owners focus on creating content that generates likes and shares versus sales? Marketing involves a lot of content creation. Think about it. From podcasts to emails […]

  • A Simple Way To Diversify Your Content Strategy

    In this episode, Monique talks about content strategy, what it is, why you need, and how she uses her content cake framework to build a strategy for her business.

    Are you still struggling to create an effective content strategy for your creative business?

    Most creative business owners and coaches are operating without a clear or effective content strategy. They create content for the sake of having something to post versus focusing on ways that their content can help them reach their goals.