What separates good marketers from great marketers?Planning.Now is the perfect time to begin planning for 2019. If you haven’t started yet, it isn’t too late.Make sure your planning starts with this 2019 marketing calendar (including free templates).It’s filled with traditional and wacky holidays, major sporting events, awards shows, and cause movements.As you’ll soon see, there are so many special days, weeks, and months to remember!This post will totally simplify your life in 2019. Bookmark it and come back whenever you need some creativ ideas.Speaking of which…Want some amazing content marketing ideas, too?I’ve included some of my favorite campaigns from this year to inspire you.So, feast your eyes on this exclusive marketing calendar for 2019 — from Amazon food drives and AI to Facebook communities about PSL — get excited for all the festivities to come.Sidebar: I will be updating this calendar for 2020. … [Read more...] about You Need This 2019 Marketing Calendar & Free Templates!
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These additional APIs allow AdWords scripts to access other Google services like Google Analytics and Google Calendar. Anyone familiar with other Google Scripts will recognize these objects as the same ones available there. Today we are going to focus on the Calendar API and build an integration that allows you to monitor campaign start and end dates via your Google calendar. Many times, for meetings or reporting, it helps to see things laid out in a week or month view so that overlapping items stand out. This script will create entries on a separate calendar representing the duration of your campaigns. The first thing I recommend doing is creating a new calendar in your Google account to hold the campaign start and end dates. This way, you can easily share the calendar with other team members or hide it to reduce clutter. I named mine “AdWords,” but you can name it whatever you like. Now that you have a place to put all your events, let’s start writing some code. … [Read more...] about Connecting AdWords Scripts & The Advanced Calendar API
Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Visit our Marketing Nerds archive to listen to other Marketing Nerds podcasts! This post is sponsored by SEJ Summit “A Day of Keynotes”—a unique conference experience tailored for SEOs, by SEOs. Events will take place in Santa Monica, Chicago, and New York City throughout 2016. Use discount code SEJNERD to save $50 on your ticket. In this week’s episode of Marketing Nerds, Dave Snyder, CEO of CopyPress, joins executive editor Kelsey Jones to discuss why publishers and organizations need an editorial calendar. They also talked about why communication across departments is crucial, as well as why planning before ideation can make your content generate more traffic and engagement. I think we should be at a point where it’s a no-brainer, right? I still think we have bleed-through from the days when it was kind of like, alright, we just need to put blog posts on a blog. The reality today is that really … [Read more...] about Why Publishers Need an Editorial Calendar
Whether you are a small publisher or a Fortune 100 brand, your content calendar is an essential part of content strategy. The editorial calendar sets a foundation for how often we publish, where we publish, and what goes into our content. Consistency is what matters. If we miss one blog post it’s no big deal, as long as we know the next one is in the pipeline. The purpose of the editorial calendar is to ease creation of high-quality, consistent content that’s relevant to your audience. Here are a few tips to maximize your editorial calendar creation planning process: Use Editorial Calendar Tools Do: Use a web-based, multi-user tool to manage calendar and due dates. Trello, Asana, OneNote, Evernote, and Basecamp are five popular applications that allow users to create tasks, assign owners and set due dates. Don’t: Use a tool that only you have access to. Spreadsheets are great for organizing content calendars, but editorial calendar collaboration is important. If you … [Read more...] about Do’s and Don’ts of Your Brand’s Content Calendar
Struggling to post regularly on your blog? Have you ever sat down to write, only to stare at a blank screen for ages? One of the best ways to solve that is by creating a content calendar for your blog. Maybe you’ve never come across this idea before – or maybe you’ve tried it in the past and didn’t get very far. In this article, I will walk you step by step on how to build a content calendar that works for you. I will also share the best content calendar software that you can use along with giving you the exact step by step content calendar template and the editorial workflow that I use. Sounds like a good deal? Let’s get started. Step 1: List Post Ideas Whenever I tell someone about creating a content calendar, they start drawing up a calendar for the month. That’s a rookie mistake because you’re skipping an essential step. The first step is create a list of blog post ideas. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself staring at 31 blank days, with … [Read more...] about 3 Simple Steps to Create a Content Calendar