Editorial Calendar

  • My July 2017 Monthly Income Report

    Welcome to my July 2017 Monthly Income Report. Thanks for checking it out! Each month, I write a detailed report about my online businesses, including what I’ve been up to, the lessons I’ve learned, and, of course, the money I’ve earned online. I’ve been publishing these reports since October 2008, so make sure you check out the income reports page if you’d like to go back in ...

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 18 readers -
  • Content Marketing: How to run an editorial calendar

    … newsletter for fortnightly advice to help you market your business better, tips from our video production gurus, and a podcast or two from our favourite podcasting team, Brand Newsroom. In the meantime, you might enjoy these: Why being reactive should be part of your strategy The secret to effective writing for business A brand journalism approach…

    Lush Digitalin Content How To's- 21 readers -
  • Weekend Update: Should You Publish Every Day?

    … with the latest news, there’s another reason why publishers have opened up their editorial calendars: competition. If everyone publishes Monday through Friday, the weekend offers websites a chance to differentiate themselves. “It’s a little bit of a less crowded space to get people’s attention,” Gordon said. “People … are more likely to be paying…

    The Content Strategist- 21 readers -
  • Five ways to quantify relevance in content marketing

    … search volumes are likely to be at their highest. When formulating your editorial calendar, look at the search volumes for the keywords that your content is likely to target. Ideally, you want to be publishing around two months in advance of the peak search volume, in order for your content to become established. Michael Hewitt is Content Marketing Manager, Stickyeyes and a contributor to SEW. You can connect with Michael on LinkedIn or Twitter. …

    Michael Hewitt/ Search Engine Watch- 31 readers -
  • Blogging On A Schedule: Why Providing Consistent Content Matters

    … Many people outside of the blogging world, especially those unfamiliar with the fast-paced world of freelancing, think that posting content to the web is done in a relatively freeform way without much of a schedule. It’s a self-scheduled, unattached life. On the contrary, for your blog to provide consistent content that doesn’t overlap or leave…

    The Blog Heraldin Content- 15 readers -
  • Why being reactive should be part of your strategy

    … Here’s something that’s probably missing from your editorial calendar: Adrenalin. In a traditional newsroom, adrenalin is a part of daily life. It’s one reason why the news game is so addictive. Journalists love rushing around, interviewing people, getting all the facts, filing articles from the field, “crossing live” back to the studio…

    Lush Digital- 14 readers -
  • Qualified Blog Post Ideas: No Imagination Needed

    …, reposted, updated and curated content. Don’t just let these ideas to go unnoticed. That would be a wasted opportunity. Especially since some of your content creation work is already done! Add these new qualified blog post ideas to your existing blog post idea list. Also, add the content updates and reposts to your editorial calendar. They often…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Content Blogging- 30 readers -
  • Planning Your Newsletter Editorial Calendar

    … When it comes to your newsletter, finding the right balance between making sure your customers don’t forget you and irritating them until they hit “unsubscribe” can be tricky. The solution is a well planned editorial calendar that helps you meet objectives, while still providing value at a frequency that’s reasonable for your customers. Frequency…

    Movable Ink Blogin EMail- 11 readers -
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