How to join in my Plan Your Jan challenge


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Would you love to go into the Christmas holidays knowing that you had all of your marketing for January done?

You need my Plan Your Jan three day challenge.

It’s happening from November 28th – 30th and it’s to get you thinking about what you’re going to be promoting in 2023.

You’ll come away bursting with ideas for different ways to talk about your offer.

And you can relax over Christmas knowing your marketing for the first and most miserable month of the year is already done.

Learn what to expect in this short podcast which you can listen in to on the player link below or carry on reading the key points as a blog.

What is the Plan Your Jan challenge?

It’s a three day event I’m hosting in my free Facebook group, the Publicity for Pet Businesses community.

Here is the link if you’re not already a member:

Each day you’ll have a short training video that I will share live. 

There will be downloads for you to grab that will help you including my new 31 ideas you can use any time.

During the lives I’ll ask you to share with me what you’ve got going on in your pet business in January.

If you’re happy to share, we can work on ideas for ways for you to promote your work together.

By the end of the three days you’ll have your January marketing mapped out.

Why should I take part?

If you get ahead, there’s a better chance of you maximising the potential to reach people who might be interested in what you have to offer.

This means you can make more sales.

And you can relax over Christmas, knowing you’re sorted for the first and most miserable month of the year.

What happens if you plan ahead?

Here are some examples of results people have had from planning ahead.

Sarah Jones from My Anxious Dog came up with her ‘Give the gift of confidence this Christmas’ campaign for her yellow space awareness products for dogs in September and was featured in Christmas gift guides in magazines.

Zoe Willingham from Best Behaviour Dog Training decided to do a ‘Visitor Training’ so her clients could prepare their dogs for Christmas which has been a roaring success.

Kim O’Donnell got ahead with promoting her Reindeer festive collar, lead and bandana set, and had sold out by the middle of November.

Niki French used the fireworks angle to talk about why people shouldn’t walk their dogs. This meant more sales of her Stop Walking Your Dog book.

Steph Galloway from Swoopsy Pet Art starting planning a competition for her calendar in October and had the idea to create personalised ones for her customers.

Want to join in the Plan Your Jan challenge?

All you need to do it pop your email in the link below to register.

You’ll get a message each time I’m going live in the group so you can come and take part, get the free download and personalised advice for your business.

Let’s get Jan Planned so you can enjoy the holidays! 


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