Unboxing The Content Planner
I LOVE paper. Love, love, love it. Running several businesses, it became daunting trying to manager paper calendars and notebook for every occasion, so I switched to digital means, which has been a success. The area I was struggling with was my blog and social media. You see, in order for me to create a digital marketing strategy and plan for blogs and social media posts, I NEEDED paper. Needed it. I have to sit and write out thoughts and ideas and see them visually, then I have to make a schedule. This way, I can create and schedule content to post weeks in advance which saves me a lot of time. Previous to this, I would do everything on the fly. That was no longer working and I was really overwhelmed.
Enter The Content Planner. I was scrolling Facebook one day and saw a pretty video of The Content Planner. I love shiny things, so I clicked to learn more. This took me to the website and I loved what I saw. The gorgeous colors and structure of The Content Planner had me at the first click. But I stopped myself from immediately purchasing it. Why? Because I have a terrible case of FOMO, then when it comes, it sits and collects dust because I am way too busy. Typical me. So I put it in my cart, looked around on the website then got distracted and went about my day.
Later in that day, I received an email from The Content Planner for my abandoned cart (oops). Amazingly, the email contained a sample of the planner. Hmmm, a great way to see if I will actually use it! Well, I did, and I LOVED it. This planner has so many features to keep blogging and social media organized. So I bought it. It arrived in a few days and I went to work and have been using it ever since. I am not sure how I managed without it.
Want to see for yourself? Here is a short video of me unboxing The Content Planner!
If you would like one for yourself, you can purchase it here. Enjoy!
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