(This post originally appeared on the Resonance Content Marketing Blog.
A lot of followers ask me how they can keep their content topics organized, especially when they engage with multiple vehicles like a blog, a weekly YouTube video, and an e-newsletter.
In this tutorial video, I share the Google Docs–based system that helps me keep my content plan organized and easily accessible from any device.
It’s a simple spreadsheet with separate tabs for:
- All the month’s content activity (the monthly master)
- Blog topics
- Podcast topics
- Weekly e-newsletter topics
- Podcast interview guest ideas
- Quotes to share on the podcast
- Content idea catchall
It works pretty well for me, and if you’d like to borrow my approach, please feel free!
Do you have an awesome system for keeping your content plan organized? Tell us about it in the Comments—we’d love to hear from you!
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About the Author
A self-described “marketing nerd,” Rachel Parker, Owner and Chief Content Strategist of Resonance, works with businesses of all sizes to help them meet the challenge of connecting with today’s hard-to-reach customer.
Rachel has made Resonance the “one stop shop” for companies looking to get more out of their content marketing efforts. She’s also the host of the Content Marketing Podcast and a sought-after speaker, having presented to many of Houston’s major business and marketing organizations. Contact Rachel about speaking to your group or business.