Spark your new year social media presence with this list of 31 daily January social media prompts for female entrepreneurs looking to consistently engage their audience and promote their business.
A new year represents a fresh start and opens the door for possibility. As a female entrepreneur, it’s the perfect time to commit to showing up authentically and consistently for your audience.
Why does this matter? In today’s noisy online space, you have to stay top of mind with your community to grow your business. By establishing a regular social media presence, you build trust and familiarity so you become the go-to gal for what you offer.
This month-by-month list of 31 prompts will inspire your daily posts so you can introduce yourself, engage meaningfully, and promote strategically.
January Social Meida Prompts
- January 1st: What’s one business tradition you do every year on New Year’s day to kickstart your success?
- January 2nd: Are you making any New Year’s resolutions? Share one!
- January 3rd: My top 3 goals for this year are…
- January 4th: My business goal for January is to __.
- January 5th: Does your family have any New Year’s traditions?
- January 6th: Are you focusing on any healthy eating plans/habits this year?
- January 7th: What about exercise – are you ramping it up in any way?
BizBoost Tip: Give your community a glimpse into your hopes, dreams and lessons learned. Remember to be authentic!
- January 8th: The best thing I like about January is…
- January 9th: Your favorite inspirational quote for this time of year is…
- January 10th: What’s your favorite healthy food right now?
- January 11th: The biggest lesson you learned last year was…
- January 12th: Describe your ideal winter weekend getaway – real or imaginary!
- January 13th: For International Skeptics Day, share the biggest myth you confront as a female entrepreneur that makes you skeptical.
- January 14th: Do you have any funny hats, slippers or gloves you love this time of year
- January 15th: List out 5 things you want to accomplish this year.
- January 16th: Today is National Nothing Day. Share why giving yourself nothing days is key for creativity and avoiding burnout in business.
- January 17th: Write a letter about your hopes and dreams for this year to read again in December.
- January 18th: Make a list of your top business goals for the year.
- January 19th: What is the main thing you want to achieve with your business this year?
- January 20th: Name one thing that’s been on your mind lately you want to work through.
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BizBoost Tip: Remember to ask thoughtful questions to spark meaningful exchanges and connections.
- January 21st: List 5 non-monetary things that would mean a lot to you this year.
- January 22nd: January makes me think of…
- January 23rd: Two books I’d love to read this month are…
- January 24th: For Compliment Day take the time to pay a sincere compliment to a fellow biz owner who uplifts female entrepreneurs.
- January 25th: What was the best thing that happened to you last year?
- January 26th: What’s one thing you’re happy to leave behind in last year?
- January 27th: What creative hobby do you want to try this winter? Baking? Painting
- January 28th: What fun plans do you have for your family this month?
- January 29th: Where’s your favorite place nearby to go sledding or skiing?
- January 30th: Look outside your window right now & describe what you see. Peaceful? Busy? Beautiful?
- January 31st: What business tools or resources are on your wish list for this new year?
Michelle D. Garrett is the founder of Divas With A Purpose.
She focuses on sharing resources for being purposely productive; setting personal and professional goals and achieving them through daily action; and successfully running a business while focusing on your mental health. Michelle is a full-time entrepreneur who specializes in teaching female entrepreneurs how to show up consistently in their business – online and off.