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You're overwhelmed by a to-do list that never ends, and a lack of time at the end of the day to work on your marketing.
But no time for marketing leaves you with a lack of sales. Somehow you're working your trial off, and are still worried about whether or not your business is going to "make it".
The problem isn't you, or your business. It's that no one's seeing you.
A Year in Preview will walk you through the six phases to a marketing plan that's aligned with your business goals, makes you money, and brings in clients and customers - without taking up all of your time!
Inside, you'll also find space to brainstorm, store future ideas, repurpose your content, and more!
A place where you can plan the details of your content. The weekly spreads include spaces for all of the important details of your content strategy, as well as a space for goal tracking.
What you typically think of when you think of a content planner, these monthly overviews allow you to see your entire content plan at a bird's eye view.
It's not enough to just make a plan! Once executed, you'll need to evaluate your plan in order to make the next one even better. That's where these monthly reflection pages come in.
Before you begin adding content ideas to your calendar, these monthly prep questions are designed to ensure you're starting with your goals.
Take the goals you've set for 2023, and begin your content planning with the Yearly Planning page. Designed to help you start with the end in mind.
You're ready to ensure your content is doing it's job and not wasting your time
You put out content on the fly instead of strategically planning it out
You feel overwhelmed when it comes to planning your content
You're a small business owner that uses content marketing to grow their business
Classroom teacher turned two-time business owner, my mission is to help overwhelmed entrepreneurs fit marketing into their business without it taking over their business.
I traded in my lesson plans for speaking to and educating creative entrepreneurs, and I spend my time helping 1:1 clients create content marketing plans and teaching my students to batch their content so that they have time to move the needle in their business and build the business (and life) of their dreams.
I firmly believe that simplicity and relationship-focused marketing is what matters most when it comes to your content, your business growth, and your work/life balance.
And your launches? They should be fun and exciting instead of draining and overwhelming.