Content batching — they key to creating consistent content.
When I started my business, I thought that being organized and using my planner would be enough, but I was so wrong. I was constantly feeling like I was all over the place, and not getting things done. I was often coming up to deadlines and having to stay up late to get a blog post out in time, or some other project. And I got so tired of that. I wanted to feel ahead in my work. So I started to implement something I’d done when I was teaching – batching my work.
In today’s episode, I’m sharing what batching is and the two ways I use that term. Plus I’ll share 6 reasons why content batching is so important if you want to get off the content creation hamster wheel, and starting putting out consistent content today in order to grow your audience (Which will, in turn, grow your profits).
I’m also going to give you a behind the scenes look at my newest course — Content Batching 101 — which I made to help you batch your content for an entire month at once, and I’ll share how you can join as a founding student!
You’re listening to episode 014 of the Chasing Simple podcast. Let’s dive in.
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Learn more about Club Content Batching
- Grab the FREE audio training: 8 Tips for Faster Content Creation
- Check out Episode 013 to see how I linked the two together
- This week’s action step: Pick a time to batch your content for next month and DM me what that time will be
- This week’s book recommendation: “Free to Focus” by Michael Hyatt
- Find me on Instagram and tell me you completed this week’s action step: @mrsamandawarfield
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