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How to Create a Simple Content Calendar in Under 60 Minutes

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If there’s one thing you need to know about having a successful business, is this:

There’s no success without a plan.

This principle is applied to the world of content marketing in the form of a content calendar.

Unfortunately, planning a content calendar can be hard. There are too many moving parts, and sometimes you can fall into a paralysis by analysis situation.

Since I don’t want that to happen to you, in this article I will show you how you can create a simple content calendar in under 60 minutes.

Grab your timer and get ready. We have a lot to cover.

Content Calendar

Step #1: Determine Length of Calendar

Time Needed: 5 Minutes.

The first thing you need to define is how long will your content calendar be.

5 Key Elements of a Perfect Blog Post

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How many times have you created a blog post in which you poured your soul just to see it get ignored by everyone?

If you are a blogger or a content marketer, this probably happened to you at least once in your life.

I know this because it happened to me many times. And it’s not only heartbreaking, it’s also frustrating.

After a lot of disappointment, I decided to change this situation for the better.

I started doing a lot of research when I discovered there are indeed some elements that can make a blog post blow up, while the rest perish in the endless dust of the web.

In this article, I will show you the 5 elements that can take your blog posts to the next level and get you more shares, backlinks, and views.

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Element #1: Magnetic Headline

Copywriters have one rule about headlines:

Your headline is the first,

How to Increase Your Order Frequency to Hack Your E-commerce Store Growth

E-commerce is flawed.

You see, e-commerce is a great business model. You get people to your store, you make them buy as much as they can, and you make sure they have a good purchase experience.

But here’s the problem: they may never return to buy again.

That’s why SaaS is such a rage: at the end of the month you can know how much money you will have in your bank account, even if you don’t grow at all (assuming a low churn rate). E-commerce isn’t as nice.

You can reduce this problem by increasing your traffic volume or your AOV, as I explained.

But this is nothing but a patch of a bigger problem.

There’s only one way to solve this flaw: increasing your order frequency.

In this article,

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