If your clients are connected with you on social media, it’s because they like what you have to say. But that doesn’t mean they want to constantly be bombarded with posts about your business.
In order to maintain a meaningful relationship that results in more transactions down the line, you should focus on offering useful content that really resonates with your audience. In many cases, it might feel like what you’re posting isn’t relevant to your business, but the important thing is that it’s relevant to your clients.
With summer cookout season in full swing, here are some delicious seasonal recipes you can share on social media.
(And, if you need a little help writing copy for those posts, feel free to borrow from any of the descriptions we’ve provided below.)
Grilled Summer Pizzas
Sure, takeout pizza is great. But, when the weather’s this beautiful, why not fire up the grill and make your own?
Halibut with Miso Rainbow Rice
Looking for something just a little different for dinner? This meal is tasty, colorful, and even gluten-free. What’s not to love?
Tomato and Watermelon Poke
Fun fact: traditional Hawaiian poke is made with raw fish. You can get a similar sensory experience with this summery, vegan version.
Grilled Italian Sausage Sandwiches
Who needs plain old hot dogs when you can have these flavorful sausage sandwiches?
Steak Caprese Kebab
Want something fun and delicious to serve at your next BBQ? You can’t go wrong with steak kebabs.
Blueberry Crumble Bars
These bars are great for dessert, a quick snack, or even breakfast on-the-go!
Honey-Glazed Watermelon Pizza
If you’re craving a sweeter, healthier alternative to your favorite slice, this fun, photogenic treat takes just a few minutes to prepare.
Summer Smash Burgers
The sauce on these burgers is, in a word, awesome. Hope you enjoy!
Honey and Cinnamon Grilled Cantaloupe
Have you ever had freshly grilled cantaloupe? If not, today is a great day to find out what you’ve been missing.
Arnold Palmer Floats
There’s nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than a nice, cold Arnold Palmer—that is, unless it’s an Arnold Palmer FLOAT.
We hope these recipes help you strengthen connections with the people who matter most to your business. Remember to follow up with everyone who likes, comments, or shares—after all, regular communication with your clients is the key to more repeat transactions and referrals.
Want more great recipes to share with your social media followers? Visit americanlifestylemag.com/bites. (For printable recipe cards that you can customize with your contact info, see the Free Download below.)