In this webinar (available in full on ProBlogger.com), you’ll see how Darren and the managing editors for both Digital Photography School and ProBlogger.net (that’s me!) prioritise content, work out what topics are the most useful and the most popular, plan ahead, and keep their sites fresh and interesting.
There are case studies, stats, and breakdowns of content types, as well as Darlene’s (DPS) and my top three tips for creating engaging content. You don’t want to miss it!
Awesome stuff here! I always made sheets in Google docs with two or three topics and then after a day or so I would delete it and move forward. This time around this post made me motivated enough to plan my own editorial content and grow my blog better as a business! :)
Awesome articles you have written i have started Google drive few days ago. But after reading your articles you have motivated me. So thanks for sharing your knowledge to us. :)
Have a great day ahead.
For successful we need successful planning and here we got the tips of how can make a document of blogs from where we are getting traffic, what sorts of blog posts helpful for us, how we plan blog commenting etc.. Thanks Stacy for those great points..
I’ve been trying to be consistent with my editorial calendar for years, but to no avail. I can’t wait to try some of your tips. They’ve helped me think of some ideas already. Thanks!
I have trying out my hands on so many. I started using Dropbox, then Google Drive but this post combines the best usage method.
Thanks for the amazing tips i think they are extremly useful. In the fast paced world we live in it is always a hassle to stay organized. I can wait to put some of these tips to work!
Last weekend I download the mind mapping program XMind (free, for PC), and now, one week later, I have a loooong list of post ideas and an ebook mapped out. And it was those very questions, in this post I’ve only just read, that helped come up with so many great ideas
Was planning for SOme Webinars, but not having IDea how. ur blog give me good information.
It’s really useful, because we need clear structural guideline to work efficiency, I really appreciate the Mapping side
I’d like to see this whole webinar, but there is no link in this article. Would you please provide one?
The webinar is available at ProBlogger.com (link in the article), and the specific webinar link is here: https://problogger.com/how-to-plan-an-editorial-calendar/ (but you need to be a member of ProBlogger.com to see it).
Ah, I understand now. The link goes to the homepage, not to the webinar link, which was what I was expecting. Thanks for the additional information!
No problem, happy to help!