Creating content for your blog can feel overwhelming, especially if you don’t have a plan. When you plan your content for your blog, strategically, it will feel less stressful. Blogging doesn’t have to feel like a burden on your to-do list.

Once you set the intention for your blog and begin to follow a working plan, you’ll be able to monetize your blog in no time at all.¬†

When you:

  • Define your intentions for your blog
  • List the categories of content for your blog
  • Identify your audience
  • Create defined goals you’d like to achieve

…you’ll experience incredible results in your business. You’ll grow your audience faster, and position business to bring in the clients that you’re meant to serve. It all starts with a plan!

  • When you blog with the right intention you’ll be able to:
  • Rise in your industry as the go-to expert in your field
  • Capitalize on your reputation and brand
  • Attract your ideal clients using content with purpose
  • Drive traffic and potential clients to your website
  • Sell your offering with ease, to the people who need it the most!

Learn the 7 easy steps to planning your blog content  strategically here including how to:

  1. Choose your favorite types of content
  2. Create a consistency plan
  3. Become an SEO ‘pro’
  4. Brain dump your ideas and topics
  5. Write strategically for better results
  6. Repurpose your content
  7. Stop guessing

Now download your free blog content planner to:

  • Organize your blogging goals
  • Create your reader avatar
  • Learn the pros and cons of the different formatting you should choose from
  • Brainstorm your guest expert list
  • Brainstorm your theme ideas including how you would like to deliver your content
  • Map out your content creation schedule
  • Plan your categories, tags, and keywords
  • Plan your call-to-action ideas, titles, and themes
  • Plan how to repurpose your content, according to your theme, title, and CTA ideas


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