I have been writing about whatever strikes my fancy recently, but mostly of a legal sort. It occurs to me that doing so does drive home the passion, insight, (or discipline – quite frankly) of the writing and the topics.
A good friend suggested a simple way to address that particular problem is to put together an editorial calendar: what I’ll talk about and when. What a novel idea! It’ll seem like it was planned and everything!
So here is my shot at the editorial calendar moving forward (at least for a little while):
|April 30||All Things Beer-y|
|May 7||Business Law|
|May 14||Debtor/Creditor Law|
|May 21||Legal Basics (i.e. how the system works)|
|Jun 4||All Things Beer-y|
|Jun 11||Business Law|
|Jun 18||Debtor/Creditor Law|
|Jun 25||Legal Basics (i.e. how the system works)|
I’ll try to use this as a basic outline over the next several weeks. Let’s see if we can get into a rhythm of covering information that’s useful, somewhat detailed, and – at times, at least – fun.
Let me know what you think? Is this the right schedule? Sound interesting?
- 5 Keys to an Editorial Calendar that Keeps Your Content on Track (contentmarketinginstitute.com)