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Bananas in Pajamas---Creating a Business Plan


Originally this post was simply going to be a post about setting up a “control journal” or “command center” for ayour blog…but.

  • .. if we are seriously treating our blog as an actual business like a magazine…or…
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Using the Idea of Magazines in Blogging---September Editorial Calendar

Never think of your writing blog posts as merely scribbling down another article like everyone else does and hoping that readers other than you actually read it…as if it were another Facebook post… 965 more words

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Planning a 2017 Arizona Attorney Magazine, your ideas wanted

I will not insult you with that old chestnut, “There are no bad ideas.” All you need to do is watch a presidential campaign… 191 more words

Change Of Venue

The 1-2-3 of Content Strategy: Manage your editorial calendar, calls-to-action, and SEO.

In your inbound marketing campaign, are you maintaining your editorial calendar? Inviting consumers to take action?  Optimizing your SEO?  If not, you are missing the first three components to becoming a content leader, which drives successful digital marketing strategies. 851 more words

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Bye Monthly


Planning your editorial calendar in two month chunks gives you flexibility to see where your blog is leading you and tweak your overall plan. Any timeframe shorter than that will not give you time to fully discuss your topics. 432 more words

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Chew on This for Thought

Once you have published your About Me page, use that page to start writing a list of potential but topics. Highlight the words and phrases that could help you come up with your editorial calendar and actual posts….especially look for verbs…most of the posts that you write will involve actually getting off that couch you’re so comfortable on and actually doing something… 630 more words

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Before the Storm


Writing your About Me page should give you time to establish the mission and the audience for the blog. Now it’s time for the storm…brainstorm, that is… 211 more words

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