Turn Your Blog into a Stronger Marketing Tool to Attract More Traffic

Create a blog editorial calendar to aid in writing

Most marketing professionals know that blogs are one of the strongest marketing tools to come along in the last 10 years. If you’ve started a blog for your company, but found you ran out of steam, you might this downloadable PDF. It can become an important tool for you to plan, implement and monitor your blog’s editorial calendar.

Why is an Editorial Calendar Important to Marketing?

Having a calendar helps when you’re facing the “what do I write about today” moment. It helps you to not forget an important event or milestone that you meant to blog about for your business. Having a calendar allows you to more easily share the blogging duties with other staff members and still deliver a unified program.

How Can this Blog Worksheet Help My Blog Attract Traffic?

The worksheet itself can’t really help drive traffic to your website… it’s only if you actually use it. Print it out and fill in part of it. Try if for a week or two to see if it helps you get started faster and have a more consistent posting schedule. I know from personal experience if I post regularly, more people will read it every day.

Do you currently use a calendar for planning your blog posts? How has it helped you? What other tools have you found that helps make your blog into a stronger marketing tool? Leave a comment below.

2 thoughts on “Turn Your Blog into a Stronger Marketing Tool to Attract More Traffic

  1. This is excellent information and I really enjoyed checking out the PDF example of calendar that you have. That is very helpful to see an example. Though it’s almost scary to see the example that you showed is very close to the one that I am following.

    Another thing that I have found useful is creating themed months. For example a month of podcasts, month of videos, month of interviews.

    Thanks again for sharing this wonderful information!


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