Planning Your Annual Editorial Calendar

Planning Your Annual Editorial Calendar

 

In this last blog post, I shared the most effective way I have found to plan a Monthly Content or Editorial Calendar in under one hour. It becomes even easier when you’re planning your entire annual editorial calendar, or at least pick your themes for each month.

When you have a list of your monthly themes, you can easily slot in content into its respective month. Your annual calendar can look something as simple as this, stored in a Google Doc, One Note, Evernote, word document or even your phone.

January- Planning Your Vegetable Gardenif you fail to plan, you're planning to fail. Benjamin Franklin

February- Ordering Seeds and Prepping Your Garden

March-Sowing your Seeds, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Peas

April- Attracting Pollinators and Beneficial Insects

May- Succession Planting and Short Season Crops

June- Planting and Cooking with Kids

July- Vegetable Garden Recipes

August- Harvesting, Storing and Potential Garden Problems

September- Extending Your Season and Fertilizers

October- Fall Gardening and Composting

November- Clearing Your Garden and Drip Irrigation

December-  Crop Lifespan and Crop Rotation

When you’re scouring the internet, find good articles & tips, take some great photos, you can start adding them to your list in their respective month.  So, when it comes time to work on that month, you already have some idea starters and sources you can reference.

 Make sure to check out this blog post on how to plan your monthly content calendar in under one hour.

Happy Planning and cheers to a successful 2018!!

 

~Sonia 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *