Hello loves. It has been awhile since I posted. I finally had some time to sit down today to share my thoughts on an editorial calendar. Lately it seems that no matter which forum or Facebook group you engage in you will somehow read about how important it is to have an editorial calendar for your business. What is an editorial calendar anyway?! An editorial calendar is a planning tool that helps with defining your creative content.
An editorial calendar is used by bloggers, publishers, businesses, and groups to control publication of content across different media, for example, newspaper, magazine, blog, email newsletters, and social media outlets.Traditional print publishers have used editorial calendars in some form for centuries to manage the publication of books, magazines, and newspapers. The internet has dramatically increased the number of publishers who also need to organize content and ensure content is published at regular intervals. – Editorial calendar. (2015, August 28). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.
WHY YOU NEED TO HAVE A CREATIVE CONTENT IN YOUR EDITORIAL CALENDAR…
Basically, creative content is your idea or vision that you want to publish. How you break up this content is up to you. Personally, I have tried several times to stick with my editorial calendar and if I can be very honest I never do! Yep! I never stick with my calendar. I can have the very best intentions to stick to it but I always end up changing it. Now, let’s say I am going to do a guest post for someone else or I am working on a collaboration. I will most definitely stick to the agreed schedule. If you are interested in reading more about editorial calendars WPCURVE is a great resource. My project management tool is a daily, weekly, and monthly planner. In my upcoming posts I will be sharing in detail how to write a to-do list, make your task list productive, and share some of my own do’s and font’s.
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