The holiday season is upon us!
Over the next few weeks, clients will be busy spending a lot of time with the people who matter most. In particular, Thanksgiving is a huge opportunity for your business:
- 96 percent of American families will gather for a Thanksgiving meal.
- 28 percent of Americans will dine with 12 or more people.
That means the people in your database are going to be having countless meaningful conversations with their loved ones. And regardless of what industry you’re in—be it real estate, financial services, or insurance—there’s a great chance that someone around the table will have a need for what you sell.
One way to stay top of mind during those gatherings is by sharing relevant, seasonal recipes on your social media platform of choice. Share these 10 recipes with your followers, and watch the power this brings to your business in the months to come.
(And, if you don’t have the time to write up clever or compelling captions, feel free to use the sample copy we’ve included below.)
Preparing the Perfect Turkey
Sample copy: “Hosting your first Thanksgiving in your new home? This blog takes the guesswork out of the most important part of the meal.”
Sample copy: “Turkey, stuffing, and cranberry, all in a single meatball … what’s not to love?”
Italian Market Stuffing
Sample copy: “A tasty twist on a classic holiday side!”
Whole Grain Irish Soda Bread
Sample copy: “This awesome recipe will have your guests saying ‘Please pass the bread’ again and again.”
Vegan Corn Pudding
Sample copy: “Whether you’re cooking for guests who eat a plant-based diet or are just looking for a slightly healthier side dish, this recipe is sure to please.”
Thanksgiving Leftovers Bao Buns
Sample copy: “One of the best part of Turkey Day dinner is making a sandwich out of the leftovers. I can’t wait to try out this recipe!”
Farro Forager Stuffing
Sample copy: “Stuffing doesn’t have to be unhealthy. Check out this fiber-rich take on a Turkey Day side.”
Mashed Chickpeas with Mushroom Gravy
Sample copy: “Here’s a high-protein, plant-based alternative to the usual mashed potatoes and beef gravy.”
Holiday Leftovers Pizza
Sample copy: “You’ve probably enjoyed Thanksgiving leftovers at some point, but have you ever turned them into a pizza?”
Sweet Pineapple Stuffing
Sample copy: “Savory stuffing tends to get most of the praise, but this sweet version is becoming increasingly popular.”
Bonus Blog: How Much Exercise is Needed to Burn Off a Thanksgiving Feast
Sample copy: “Ease some of the guilt of your Thanksgiving overindulgence these day-after exercise plans.”
We hope these blogs help you strengthen connections with all of your clients and prospects.
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.