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How To Create A Marketing Calendar

There is a very famous quote, 'if you fail to plan, you plan to fail', by Benjamin Franklin. 

While not everything can be planned, your marketing and strategies, should always be planned. At this time of year, you should have next year laid out already in terms of ideas, launches, strategies, etc. 

The Magic Of Marketing Episode 20 - How To Create A Marketing Calendar With Jennifer Trask

If you take the time to pre-plan your year you will be well ahead of the rest of your competitors. You will also have a much better chance at creating stronger marketing that will lead to higher conversion rates, thus more profits and impact. 

Here it is. The exact formula of how I create marketing calendars for myself and my clients. To ensure you have the most positive experience and create the best calendar you can, I have created a great worksheet for you that will help you plan your marketing calendar (woo hoo). You can use this as often as you need. 

You can grab that here: 

 

Happy Marketing (& Planning), 

Jennifer Trask - First

Jennifer

 P.S. Don't forget to share this with your other self-coaching friends and colleagues! 

 

Written by Jennifer Trask at 22:02

User Comments

Jennifer Trask

YAY Andrea! You are most welcome! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)

Andrea Sharpe

Excellent points, Jennifer! This makes so much sense! Thank you for your enthusiasm and advice! Take care :)

Jennifer Trask

haha.. you know me well, Lisa! I look forward to seeing what 2014 has in store for you!!

Happy Planning :)

Lisa L. Payne

You know Jennifer means business when she puts her hair in a ponytail and holds a marker!! Teehee... Great stuff, Jennifer. I found that using my marketing calendar allowed me to prioritize and keep track of all my activities. Time to get planning for 2014. WooHoo!

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