Boost your writing and content marketing productivity with this free Express Content Planner worksheet.
It helps you quickly get started on your next writing or content marketing project.
The Express Content Planner provides space to identify the key reader characteristics and goals you need to bear in mind, plus space to begin organizing the key ideas for your article, blog post, book, or ebook.
You can download a free copy from my recent Content Marketing Institute guest post.
In addition to a ready-to-use worksheet for planning your next project, but you also get a filled-in example showing a completed worksheet. This guides you as you plan your upcoming project.
Getting started is the hard part of any project
The hardest part of any writing or content marketing project is simply getting started!
Ideas usually quickly follow, once you’ve identified your readers, the types of information they’re looking for, and started to organize your ideas. Action creates momentum, and momentum generates more and more ideas.
Learn more by visiting my Content Marketing Institute blog post and downloading my Express Content Planner worksheet and filled-in example. And, please share your writing and content marketing productivity comments, experiences, suggestions, and tips, below. More content marketing tips.