Today’s episode is hugely valuable no matter what kind of content you create for your followers. I have Garrett Moon here with me today to talk about a seriously amazing tool: It’s called CoSchedule, and it’s changing the way I write.
Garrett and his team created CoSchedule in response to a common frustration they saw among their busy clients: Writing is hard enough. How can we maximize the impact of our content, from the brainstorming process to long after the post is published?
If you’re anything like me, churning out post after post (and Tweets to go along with them) can be daunting. I’m so excited for you to hear Garrett’s strategies for taking control of your editorial calendar. You’ll get super-actionable tips on organizing your ideas and formulas for when to share your work on social media.
Ready to become a content champion? Let’s go!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Universal strategies for staying on top of your editorial calendar.
- How to maximize the reach of your content once it’s published.
- The importance of sharing (and re-sharing) your content across many channels.
- Formulas for how and when to share your content with social media.
- How to hack your writing process by “blog storming.”
- Common content management mistakes and how to avoid them.
- Strategies for managing inevitable blogging procrastination.
- How to record and organize your brainstorming for future posts.
- How CoSchedule tested their product idea and built it for success.
- Great ideas for publicizing your content beyond social sharing, and more!
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Smart Passive Income Podcast Episode 163: Michael Hyatt on the Secrets of Team Building and Leadership
- Podcast Movement Conference
- Converted2015 Conference
- 99Designs.com – $99 Power Pack of services, free!
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