How to Supercharge Your 2014 Editorial Calendar

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You are probably hustling to tie up loose ends before the New Year arrives. Perhaps you are considering a new design for your blog (I am) or making plans to have a breakthrough 2014.

Regardless of your plans, if you have a blog, I’m sure you’ve given thought to publishing better posts more consistently. If so, then “Create an editorial calendar” is probably on your to do list.

I want to help you with creating a “supercharged” editorial calendar for the New Year.

This Friday 1/3 at 5PM EST / 2PM PST, I will be offering a free Editorial Calendar Training. I have spots available for 100 people and I will be making a replay available for everyone who registers for the training. There will also be a Q&A Chat session to answer any questions.

Register for the training, even if you can’t attend in person. I want to make sure that I get this training into your hands.

Click here to Register

Oh, and I put together a quick video so you can hear my Barry White voice wax poetic about…editorial calendars. See you on Friday!

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About Stan

Stan Smith is the Managing Director of Pushing Social a content marketing consultancy for aggressive, results-focused organizations.

2 thoughts on “How to Supercharge Your 2014 Editorial Calendar

  1. Stan Post author

    That’s great Kathi, I hope to seem them on the training call. Content Calendars are really powerful but you are right – you have to do them first!

  2. Kathi Kruse

    Hi Stan, I preach the value of content calendars and some of my coaching clients just can’t seem to make it happen. I’ve sent the link for your Webinar to my coaching clients. I’m sure it will be awesome. BTW, we’ve never met but we have a mutual friend, Mark Schaefer. Have a great 2014!

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