Marketing and recruitment is an essential part of your choir programme, and it starts with your first posts - the publicity to join your choir.
If this isn’t enough, you also need think about the best ways to make sure people actually see your posts.
How do you know what to post?
What do you put in your posts so that you sound like a a professional (rather than someone who is setting up a choir as a hobby)?
The truth is that you aren’t uploading those posts or getting the choir members through the door because of your recruitment because you don’t want to. It’s because you don’t know the best way to use the posts!
How often should you post and where?
What types of posts get the best engagement?
How do you convert an interested person commenting on a post to become a signed up choir member?
Whether you are setting up a brand new choir or have been leading one for years, it is important to know how to recruit new members to your choir.
And it is essential to know what to say and how to say it.
You want to send the right message every time you post.
> You know you need a strong set of posts to attract new people but have no idea what really works.
> You strive to get new sign ups, but your posts aren’t even being seen.
> You have a couple of posts designed and ready but no really strategy so that they are effective.
> You are fine with posting every now and then but are overwhelmed about the idea of posting every day during a recruitment campaign.
It isn’t that you don’t want to engage through social media; you lack the confidence to know what to post and how to best schedule them
You need someone not only to tell you what to post but show you how to do it in the most effective, time and money saving way.
Hi there! I’m Beth.
I’m the creator behind The Community Choir Facebook Recruitment Plan and Mini Course. I’ve been in the community choir leading world since January 2017. I still remember creating my first Facebook page the November before. I used this page to launch and grow my very first community choir.
I sat down and started posting. And shortly after I began, I started taking enquires from people wanting to join my choir.
It wasn’t tricky for me and I’ve always loved designing posts. I figured out ways to get my message across.
I’ve crafted 100’s of recruitment posts. I’ve also deleted a load that weren’t working for me too. I’ve even mastered the way to set up those posts so that I don’t need to be glued to social media every day.
Lots of people have asked me about how I created the posts on my choir Facebook page. Then I’d start seeing them using the same systems that I did. And I’d also start hearing they they were recruiting new members, just like me. That’s why I’m releasing my guide on how you can do this too!
> Create a persuasive set of posts that connect with your reader (and even may bring in revenue)
> Respond to people who see your posts with excitement and information about your choir
> Restore more time for yourself and your choir to focus on singing rather than marketing every day.
The Community Choir Facebook Recruitment Plan & Mini Course is the tool you need to craft, sequence and respond to persuasive posts that respond and attract new choir members. This is what our Inspire Club members have said about the impact of the plan:
It is a plan and system of social media posts that you can use to engagement your audience and increase your reach.
Copy, paste, and tweak, and you’ve got a done-for-you 21 day recruitment campaign.
STEP 1: Audit your current posting content and process
STEP 2: Read the PDF guide and watch the short training videos
STEP 3: Download, tweak and make your resources.
STEP 4: Schedule your posts over a 21 day period.
How long do I have access to the files?
How does lifetime access sound? After purchasing your copy of The Community Choir Facebook Recruitment Plan and Mini Course, you will be directed to a page where you can instantly start watching the trainings and download the resources instantly.
What if I am unhappy with my purchase?
I don’t want that! However, once you have the mini course, it is a digital product you can use forever. For that reason alone, I do not offer refunds.
Can I literally copy, paste and post?
Well you could, but I would not recommend that. You need to use this training and the resources as the place to start. Edit and tweak to add your choir’s brand and personal spin, so they look like they come from you - not me.
Will I get updates?
As new files are released, I’ll send them to you - at no additional charge. You buy once and any time a new version of a resource is added, you can download and start using it.
In what format are the files?
The files are saved on my platform as PDFs. The Canva template will direct you to www.canva.com to save, open and use. You can watch the videos and listen to the audio trainings within the course.
You could pass on this offer and struggle to know what and when to post for maximum engagement and connection. Or, you can signup to make, schedule and post your recruitment campaign with confidence.
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