Create an easy-to-follow schedule for all the marketing activities you need to do to help your business thrive. Learn more about how to create a marketing calendar that ensures your business is marketing regularly and thoughtfully in this video.
Join John Arnott, business owner and digital marketing expert, to learn about how to make a marketing calendar that works for you. Learn more about John at https://johnarnott.com/.
Additional Tutorials and Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWPBBNmELlZKGyqhglfbhXw
It happens to every business owner – you have big plans for marketing your business. After all, marketing is the most important way to help your business grow and thrive.
But you get busy doing your day job, taking care of all the everyday tasks you have on your plate.
And your marketing plans fall by the wayside.
Your marketing strategy isn’t going to go anywhere if you’re not consistently producing and distributing your marketing materials. That means email marketing, social media campaigns, and keeping your website updated.
Creating a marketing calendar can help keep you on track.
It’s a way to keep you organized and focused throughout the year on the activities that will help your business grow.
Dedicating specific time to each kind of marketing – reviewing your Brandscript, looking at your digital marketing strategy, and just checking your website for issues or errors – means you won’t fall behind anymore.
The best marketing strategies won’t work if you don’t have a plan – what you should be doing weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually to promote your business.
This video shows you exactly what you need to do to make your marketing plan come to life – even when life gets busy.
Additional Digital Marketing Tips and Resources:
Why you need a marketing calendar: https://contentfirst.marketing/why-you-need-a-marketing-calendar-and-how-to-create-one/
Run a successful digital marketing campaign: https://contentfirst.marketing/run-a-successful-digital-marketing-campaign/
Is your marketing message getting lost or getting results?: https://contentfirst.marketing/is-your-marketing-message-getting-lost-or-delivering-results/