Each week on my show Editor-in-Chief, I discuss the editorial standards that can help distinguish your content from your competition’s.
Editorial standards for your content include both specific publishing tasks, such as fact-checking, and general publishing processes, such as systems for effectively managing a content calendar.
When you’re the Editor-in-Chief of the content you produce, you have a lot of decisions to make in a limited amount of time, so this week’s Copyblogger Collection is a series of three handpicked articles that show you:
- How to make the most of your writing time
- How to get things done like a blue-collar genius
- How to write one powerful piece of online content each week
Whether you need to produce content daily or once a week, these productivity lessons will help you master the content creation process.
The Prepared Writer’s Process for Creating Excellent Content Every Day
If you’re striving to create content every day, check out The Prepared Writer’s Process for Creating Excellent Content Every Day by Katie, The Wellness Mama.
Katie has more than a decade of experience as a professional writer, and she shows you how to use the system she has created to prevent writer’s block.
10 Productivity Tips from a Blue-Collar Genius
Demian Farnworth attributes a large part of his strong work ethic to lessons he learned from his grandfather.
My grandfather will never make it into a management book. He won’t appear on a list beside Benjamin Franklin as an efficiency hero. But that doesn’t mean he was any less successful.
Discover what Demian’s grandfather can teach you in 10 Productivity Tips from a Blue-Collar Genius.
A Simple Plan for Writing One Powerful Piece of Online Content per Week
When I have an upcoming content deadline, I work on a little bit of the project each day leading up to the deadline — even if I only brainstorm headline ideas on one of those days.
In A Simple Plan for Writing One Powerful Piece of Online Content per Week, Pamela Wilson walks you through her step-by-step process for creating content in stages.
You’ll learn how to consistently create strong content that builds your digital business, as well as efficient ways to promote your content.
Use this post (and save it for future reference!) to help you refine the way you approach content production.
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