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How to Create Your Editorial Calendar for 2017

Do you ever find yourself struggling to come up with content ideas? Does your content creation ever seem kinda random? Let’s talk about how to create an editorial calendar.

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How to Create Your Editorial Calendar for 2017

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  1. How to Create Your Blog Editorial Calendar WWW.BECOMEABLOGGER.COM

  2. PLAN your THEME #1 TOPIC 1 TOPIC 2 TOPIC 3

  3. PLAN your THEME #1 TOPIC 1 All topics must be connected under a single theme. TOPIC 2 TOPIC 3

  4. PLAN your THEME #1 Sit down. Come up with a theme for the year, one for each quarter, and one for each month.

  5. Annual theme PLAN your THEME #1 4 Quarterly themes (for the year) 3 Monthly themes (1 per quarter) Sit down. Come up with a theme for the year, one for each quarter, and one for each month.

  6. Brainstorm blog post titles that fit within those themes#2 TITLE TITLE TITLE

  7. Brainstorm blog post titles that fit within those themes#2 TITLE TITLE TITLE Start throwing titles out there that fit those themes

  8. Brainstorm blog post titles that fit within those themes#2 Feel like you're stuck? Get your ideas from: Audience surveys Start throwing titles out there that fit those themes Google Analytics Social Media

  9. Brainstorm blog post titles that fit within those themes#2 After listing them down, arrange them in an order that makes sense to you.

  10. Fill out the calendar, one month at a time#3

  11. Fill out the calendar, one month at a time#3 Plot things out and give dates to those content ideas.

  12. Fill out the calendar, one month at a time#3 ! Pay attention to any holidays that would affect your niche You can schedule to post content that is aligned with that day's event.

  13. Fill out the calendar, one month at a time#3 FEB 14 VALENTINE'S Ex: My blog post might cover something like “Ten Ways to Show Your Blog Readers that You Love Them”

  14. If there’s a flow to your content, LINK them to each other STRATEGICALLY. Why? This will encourage your readers/listeners/viewers to stay around longer. They will be more likely to subscribe to your email list and even buy your product.

  15. And, if you feel like changing something later, remember that... It’s ok to change things up a little.

  16. More on this at WWW.BECOMEABLOGGER.COM

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