Content Calendar

    • March 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

      It may not feel like it in many parts of the country, but spring is just a few weeks away! If you’re still dragging your feet and have yet to create an email marketing plan for 2017 — March is the perfect time to get back on track. In addition to the first day of spring, March is full of fun holidays like Pi Day, St. Patrick’s Day, and National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day.

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  • February 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … the infographic below as inspiration. From Random Acts of Kindness Day to Don’t Cry Over Spilled Mild Day, you have plenty of opportunities to connect with your subscribers and make a positive impression. Put these ideas into action. Log in to Constant Contact to create your next email. New to Constant Contact? Try us out for free! Sign up for a 60-day free trial. The post February 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • January 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … to generate some content ideas for January and start the year off right. Put these ideas into action. Log in to Constant Contact to create your next email. New to Constant Contact? Try us out for free! Sign up for a 60-day free trial. The post January 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • December 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … without email marketing. Use the infographic below to finish the year on a high note, and leave us a comment letting us know how we can help you reach your 2017 goals. Put these ideas into action. Log in to Constant Contact to create your next email. New to Constant Contact? Try us out for free! Sign up for a 60-day free trial. The post December 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • November 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … weeks: Put these ideas into action. Log in to Constant Contact to create your holiday email. Not a customer yet? Try us out for free! Sign up for a 60-day free trial. The post November 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • October 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … It’s official. Fall is here and the holidays are right around the corner. Smart small businesses and nonprofits alike are starting to plan for their best holiday season yet. Whether you’re trying to boost holiday sales or increase online donations, there are a few key dates you need to know: Black Friday — November 25th Small Business…

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  • August 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … What does August mean for your business? Maybe it’s (finally) your chance for a little peace and quiet before the busy back-to-school and holiday months set in? Or, on the flip side, this could be your busiest time of the year. Whether you’re enjoying extra foot traffic in your store or putting your feet up for a well-deserved vacation, don’t…

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  • July 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … below: (Having trouble seeing the infographic? View it here.) What have you learned so far this year? Any big surprises in 2016? Share us your thoughts in the comments below. The post July 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • June 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … email with your Father’s Day Specials, or participate in Social Media Day to draw some attention to your other online channels, we hope this infographic inspires some timely ideas for your business. Try something new and let us know how it works for you: Check back next month for a July version. In the meantime, leave us a comment to let us know how these ideas are working for you! The post June 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • Interview: Jon Wuebben and ContentLaunch

    … This interview was a treat and I didn’t want you to miss it. My good friend Jon Wuebben is an author, a speaker and a practitioner of everything content marketing related. He’s also an all-around great guy and the life of the Karaoke bar. We’ve become good friends over the years and I’ve enjoyed every opportunity I’ve had in speaking with him…

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  • Taking the Stress Out of Seasonal Promotions

    … prepare for them in advance. Use your seasonal promotions as the backbone of your content calendar, filling them in before adding anything else to your schedule. Even if you generally only plan one quarter at a time, go ahead and mark off all the annual events for the whole year. Work backwards from each holiday to build out a full plan for each…

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  • My Social Media Content Calendar Strategy

    … overwhelmed with new posts every single day, Twitter can certainly sustain more frequent updates. While my content schedule varies a bit week-to-week, my calendar typically involves the following Tweets: A link into my latest PPC Ian blog post (I typically post these late on Sunday nights, on a weekly cadence). A mid-week link to my latest blog…

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  • 10 Essentials Elements for Efficient Content Production

    …; Collaboration Tool – A content production tool like Wrike where you can work from centrally, assigning tasks, timelines, and approvals. Editorial Calendar – the ability to schedule and display short and long-term content for your content plan. Voice & Brand Guidelines – branding and messaging guides available to your creators and specialists…

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  • DivvyHQ: High Volume Content Planning and Workflow

    … and social media publishing. DivvyHQ is a cloud-based, content planning and production workflow tool built to help marketers and content producers get/stay organized and successfully execute demanding, complicated and content-centric marketing initiatives. Divvy’s unique functionality combines web-based calendars, content management and online…

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  • Using Trending News To Create An Exciting Content Calendar

    … and competitor posts. TrendSpottr Timing can be the biggest challenge for an individual or company tasked with putting out the latest and greatest information. Just like reporters want to break a story, thought leaders want to position themselves as experts, and the time it takes to create a valuable content piece often puts a writer behind the curve. Today…

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