When I started out as a phone number list content marketer, I managed my editorial workflow by combining Google Sheets and Docs. It was good in theory, but terrible in reality. My system didn't account for missed deadlines, long-term planning, or any of the phone number list post-submission tasks I had to do once an editor turned in an article. I also hated that I couldn't show my editorial calendar on a calendar.
As soon as I did that, the phone number list emails from my editors asking for deadlines, assignments, payments, and phone number list publication dates all but ended. I stopped losing submissions and spending hours trying to dig up an article's status. I could also easily loop through our designer and social media manager over a piece phone number list of content and give them instant context. If you're starting to feel the pain of a broken system, or just want to increase your efficiency, read on. In this article, you'll find a list of common marketing workflows, tips for phone number list organizing them, and ready-to-use templates.
Editorial calendars and content production
Of course, until you start thinking about all the phone number list smaller steps in each of these buckets: brainstorming, copy editing, design elements, copying for social shares – the list goes on. Then, of course, you realize you're not doing this just once; you do this for each content item. To master all of this, you need a complete and replicable phone number list content production workflow. A good place to start is to outline all the steps you take for a single piece phone number list of content, then find ways to scale and coordinate your entire editorial calendar.
For example, in Asana, I have a project for all of our blog posts: I create a task for each post, a subtask for each step in that post's workflow, and a due date (which is the phone number list publication date) for each task.