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What is The One Hour Content Plan About?
The One Hour Content Plan shows the three core ways to INSTANTLY generate content ideas with ease. Ditch the content overwhelm and never ever struggle with what to write again. It will also guide you to the fastest way to determine your BRAND VOICE so that you create content that fits you like a glove. No “whishy-washy” ideas. No guessing.
Who is the author of The One Hour Content Plan?
Meera Kothand is a writer and blogger who writes about digital marketing strategy. Swipe her swipe file of 105 content hacks for emails and blog posts.
How long is The One Hour Content Plan?
- Print length: 108 pages
What genre is The One Hour Content Plan?
Business, Writing, Nonfiction
What are good quotes from The One Hour Content Plan?
“X _______ every [call out an audience] needs to be [ACTION] E.g. 10 email lists every social media manager needs to be subscribed to / 10 books every aspiring entrepreneur in his forties needs to be reading.”
“Type of content for this category: Case studies of your students or clients or even of yourself are great for this category.”
“Case studies Perfect for: Creating desire for your call to action.”
“When you’re not able to articulate the direction you want your content to take your readers, it’s difficult for your readers to understand where you’re taking them too.”
“You can also write a post highlighting your own experience or asking them to imagine how different their life would be with your product”
“Case studies break down a specific topic and dive deep into it to show outcomes, both good and bad.”
“Talk about the best business/blog investment you made and why. Explain how and why that investment helped you.”
“case study is a good post type to use especially if you are showcasing your results with a particular tool or course that you may be an affiliate for. It’s also good to utilize case studies to showcase results students and clients have had using your products and methods.”
“You have to get clear about why your blog exists.”
“X questions you need to ask before signing up for [affiliate product category]”
“When you present case studies, be sure to give tangible takeaways and how readers can apply it to their own situations.”
“Success and failures Perfect for: Bringing attention to a topic. Getting your readers to sit up and take notice.”
What are the chapters in The One Hour Content Plan?
Chapter 1: Define Your Content Playing Field
Chapter 2: Find and Imaginary Friend in Your Ideal Reader
Chapter 3: View Your Content as a Linchpin in the Reader Journey
Chapter 4: Position Your Brand and Content in the Online Space
Chapter 5: How to Build Content Around Topics That Are Relevant to Your Blog's Purpose
Chapter 6: Content Ideas to Promote Your Product and Service Offers
Chapter 7: Goal and Content: A Recipe for Success
Chapter 8: Different Types of Post to Feed Your Content Ideas
Chapter 9: Inject Content with a Powerful Brand Voice
Chapter 10: What is the Best Content Format?
Chapter 11: How to Create Smart Blog Posts That Keep Reader Hooked
Chapter 12: The Five Different Promotional Pathways
Chapter 13: Do's and Don'ts of an Editorial Workflow
Tal Gur is a location independent entrepreneur, author, and impact investor. After trading his daily grind for a life of his own daring design, he spent a decade pursuing 100 major life goals around the globe. His most recent book and bestseller, The Art of Fully Living - 1 Man, 10 Years, 100 Life Goals Around the World, has set the stage for his new mission: elevating society to its abundance potential.