◊ Once again, you don’t know which picture to post on Instagram…
◊ Once again, you don’t know what blogpost to publish…
◊ Once again, you get stressed out because you have no time to produce content…
◊ And can we speak about how much it freaks you out that your feed looks so inconsistent?
Did you find yourself in at least 2 of those 4 sentences?
Do you constantly ask yourself to avoid situations like this?
Then this is YOUR blogpost.
Today, I will teach one of the most important tools that will make you stress less about your social media posts, YouTube videos or blogposts.
Over the last few months and especially during the Visibility 101 course by the amazing Erin May Henry I once again realised that organising and automating processes is key. Even if you are just a hobby blogger like me.
→ Taking Instagram pictures
→ Pre-planning posts for Instagram
→ Filming videos for YouTube
→ Writing blogposts
→ Editing pictures
→ Sending newsletters
All of the processes above can be (at least to a certain extend) automated and perfectly organised. Why is this key?
♥ You spend less time stressing and more time being creative
♥ You are always posting consistently
♥ Your content has a consistent theme (whether that is a certain colours, vibe, topic…)
♥ You waist less of your precious time and got more time for your friends and family
♥ You can focus on the bigger picture (strategy, engagement, vision and mission, marketing, sales…)
Batch creating is also great for helping you get settled on the basics of being a content creator like for example: creating content (duh)
It might not seem like it now, but creating content has to become a no-brainer for you, if you want to be truly successful. And by that I do not mean that you should create content without any emotions or creativity like a robot. Not at all. But rather the actual process of the content creation – in a literal way – should become a no-brainer. Creating content has to come naturally without a second thought. You know exactly what you have to do in order to let your idea and vision become a real piece of content.
Once you have that figured out, you will never have to ask yourself these questions anymore:
When am I going to take what kind of picture?
How and when do I edit them?
When do I post on what platform?
How should my feed look?
How does my intro look?
You are at a point where you totally get it why all the big YouTubers, entrepreneurs, bloggers… choose one day to create a huge amount of content in different variations.
The next question that pops up is the “how”. How do you make your batch creating session a success?
It is simple. Totally simple. Sometimes the most obvious and simple tips&tricks are the most effective ones. So let’s head right in… *to be continued*