Am I sneaking a little bit? 2016 is still true, here after all. stare at my face.
We just got a head start on it. On Monday, I'm launching a new series for bloggers and podcasts...that's what I call the 2017 Excellent Content Challenge.
Here's how it works: every month, we get two prompts. One is creativity (how to be a better writer) and one is production (about getting more work).
We're going to take these tips and make them a habit... a habit in favor of better, stronger content.
The upcoming challenge is as well, so you can choose text or audio. (Or both, if you go in.)
It's about, to use the words of Newport, California, getting so good they can't ignore you. It's about embracing change Latest Mailing Database growth and mastery, and being willing to put in the necessary work.
Be careful, because the inspirational song I might break out at some point is here.
On Tuesday, Pamela Wilson helped us on our mission to show us how to coax your editorial brain and your creative brain to play nicely together to get great.
And on Wednesday, Raubi Perilli outlined how to pair content goals with measurable key performance indicators (KPIs) that allow us to see the fruits of all our hard work in content marketing.
Thanks for reading and listening. I hope December is good for you, so far I'll catch up with you next week...
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