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Simple Blog Maintenance for Busy Women

By Lakiera Thompson

Blogs are demanding. Whether you’re a corporate professional working a traditional 9-5, a full-time student, or a stay-at-home mom, finding time to update your blog can become a real challenge. 525 more words

Working Women Writers

Planning Your Blog with an Editorial Calendar

If there’s one kind of planning I’m super passionate about, it’s blog planning. I use my Editorial Calendar on a daily basis to keep track of upcoming blog posts, new content ideas, to do lists, social media strategies, and more. 803 more words

Planner Love

Content Calendar Creation

This week I will be describing and illustrating how to create an editorial calendar for a client or the organization you are managing content creation for. 727 more words

Weblog

How to Create a Calm, Truly Connected, Content Calendar

 

Is it wise for myself, and for humanity, to spend so much time online?

I know that many of my clients struggle with this question. Whether they are nonprofit communicators overwhelmed by the staggering amount of content they are expected to create and interact with to get the word out about their cause (e.g. 785 more words

Everydayinspiration

Creating an Editorial Calendar---Timely Pieces---Trends Forecasting


Writing about topics that were relevant twenty years ago is about like still carrying around a suitcase-sized cell phone with a huge antenna or serving scones at a bed and breakfast with crochet doilies in dusty, early attic furniture… 557 more words

Writing On Wednesdays

Creating an Editorial Calendar---Timely Material---Holidays and Special Occasions


Creating an editorial calendar makes blogging so much easier and more organized…

…and being a Certified Financial Planner and professional organizer, I like to make long-range plans…such an editorial calendar for each quarter of the year. 723 more words

Writing On Wednesdays

Why having a schedule might make you a better writer (and blogger)

“Creativity comes from limits, not freedom.” ~ Jon Stewart

If we were watching a TV show, or movie about two friends, one who was considered to be “creative” and the other who was not, we would probably see them be portrayed very differently.  435 more words

Everydayinspiration