10 Must Haves For Your Editorial Calendar [+FREE TEMPLATE]

10 Must Haves For Your Editorial Calendar [+FREE TEMPLATE]  - http://www.uklinkology.co.uk Avatar Posted by adamjayc under Marketing
From http://www.uklinkology.co.uk 2517 days ago
Made Hot by: SJC on November 10, 2013 9:50 pm
Are you planning your blog’s editorial calendar? Whether you’re a new business looking to start a blog or a brand that needs to plan next week/month/year’s content, there’s one thing that holds true for all businesses – you need an organized editorial calendar to maximize views, shares, content, and efficiency. Social media experts today agree that content marketing is leading the way as we head into 2014.





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Written by lyceum
2512 days ago

Adam: That could be the case! I think that Carollynnrivera has nailed it with the overview feature of a spreadsheet. I wonder if a mindmap or a Workflowy document would work?



Written by carollynnrivera
2513 days ago

I'm a scheduling junkie so I love to see what other people are doing. I don't usually track links in my posts but that's a great idea. As for spreadsheet... I think it's just the grid format that works so well. You can get an at-a-glance view as opposed to something like a real "calendar" where you may have to click on each day to get more detail.



Written by adamjayc
2513 days ago

I think you've hit the nail on the head with the grid format thing :) I like to see things from a birds eye view I guess.



Written by lyceum
2514 days ago

Yes, I agree. But I wonder why the market place hasn't been filled with new alternatives...



Written by adamjayc
2513 days ago

Good point - maybe we've found a gap in the market!

I know there are WordPress plugins that suit this type of thing but there's nothing really ground breaking at all.



Written by lyceum
2514 days ago

Adam: I will test this editorial calendar. I wonder why the spreadsheet format still is the best way for doing this kind of task. Wasn't the original purpose formulas, calculations and figures, not words, texts and instructions?



Written by adamjayc
2514 days ago

You're right, it was for formula and calculations but no matter which tools I try or other document formats, spreadsheets still come out on top - I'm sure Eileen, the post author would agree too.

Above all else, it's whatever works!



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