016. How to Make Social Media Fun Again with Maghon Taylor

  by Keleigh Lauermann  

So many business owners get burnt out on social media to the point where they no longer look forward to posting or engaging. But what if social media could be fun again?

That’s exactly what we explore in today’s episode. My guest is Maghon Taylor from All She Wrote Notes – a calligrapher, author, and mom on a mission to spread happiness through her handwriting. Her posts always brighten my day, and she’s an expert at bringing joy to social media, so today, she’s sharing her best  tips on how to bring the fun back into your marketing so it doesn’t have to feel like a chore .

My goal today is to help you release the pressure of perfection so that social media marketing feels less stressful and maybe even becomes something you look forward to! You’ll walk away from this episode inspired to bring some fun to your own feed with actionable tips to do just that!

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The Highlights:

Short & sweet episode highlights

Why social media should be about bringing the party, not the ad.

How showing more of your personality on social can help you build connections with your ideal customers.

Why you should focus on your audience, not those who unfollow you.

Different ways Maghon shares her personality, life, and products on social.

How building relationships with your audience can help your business continue to thrive when you pivot or step away.

The Links:

Links mentioned in this episode

Follow Anchor Design Co. on Facebook

Join the Build it Like a Business Community

Connect with Keleigh Instagram

Visit the All She Wrote Notes website

Follow Maghon on Instagram

Meet Maghon!

Maghon Taylor is on a mission to spread happiness through her handwriting as the founder of All She Wrote Notes®, a calligraphy studio based in North Carolina. She’s a bestselling author, an award-winning artist, a speaker, and an educator whose life motto is Work Hard, Stay Sweet, Trust God, and Love Deep.

Her work has been featured nationally with Hallmark, Good Morning America, Medium, and Parade and she’s worked with well-loved brands such as Starbucks, Anthropologie, Michael’s, and DaySpring. Her happy hand lettering can be found on gift shop shelves nationwide. She loves bright colors, making people smile, and turning her mistakes into confetti.

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