Editorial Calendars

 

It takes a lot of careful thought and preparation to come up with a blog content strategy that will set you up for success. Not only do you have to decide what type of content you want to post to your blog and how often, but you also need to create a plan to promote it and grow your audience.

Depending on how often you’re planning to post, you’ll need hundreds of viable ideas, some great headlines to match, and a pretty good idea of which social media channels you’ll use to promote your content.

It takes a lot of brainstorming, planning and some serious organizational skills to put it all together. If the whole process seems a little overwhelming, or even just way too time-consuming, you might want to call for back up.

I can help you come up with ideas for blog post topics, decide what type of content you’d like to produce and how often, and organize it all into a content calendar that’s ready to roll when you are.

Why you need to plan your content

Not sure all this is necessary?

It really is. And here’s why.

Life is busy. Life is hectic and chaotic and when you’re running a business you probably get interrupted a lot more than you care to. So taking a “let’s just wing it” approach to growing your blog and building an audience is probably not the best way to go. You might get to post on schedule some of the time, but you won’t be able to score points with the search engines unless you’re consistent. 

And one of the best ways to make sure that you’re consistent is by planning it all out in advance. An editorial calendar will help you set yourself up for success. Having no plan at all, well, you get the picture.

If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail. -Benjamin Franklin

Why not plan to win the numbers game with an editorial calendar that’ll help you stay consistent, stay relevant, and build authority?

Head over to my contact page to learn more about how I can help.