That was a reply I got from one of my loyal subscribers.
Somebody I know personally.
I've got that question a lot.
And I guess the question begs an answer…
Yes, I have. You can find them here.
But I guess that question really may mean two things. (Or more, there's always more, right?)
So…as I responded to her email personally (I always do, unless you fall prey to my occasional email purge), yeah, it's time.
In that light, I have a question for you:
What would you like to see me write?
That's a serious question. And I know, asking hundreds of people this question will get many answers. (And a lot more non-replies–why don't you love me enough to comment on my posts? Heck, I'd be happy if you just read them.)
So, what's it going to be? Tell me the book topic you want me to write about.
And don't forget: Make it a great day!
An editorial calendar is used by bloggers, publishers, businesses, and groups to control publication of content across different media.
We are specifically talking about blogging at the moment but using an editorial calendar can (and should) be applied to social media as well as other channels like newspapers, magazines, and email newsletters.
According to Joe Pulizzi of Content Marketing Institute, “…(editorial calendars) are utterly critical for any content marketing program to be successful.”
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