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Firecat First Friday Dec 3: Editorial Calendar Workshop!

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Firecat First Friday Dec 3: Editorial Calendar Workshop!

by Firecat
November 27, 2010

Ever struggle with “What to say?” It’s more important than ever to keep your online touchpoints stocked with fresh, relevant content. Join Firecat Studio’s Susan Price Friday, Dec. 3 for a free editorial calendar workshop.

Freshness is its own Reward

You know having a stale, cobwebby site, a Twitter account that hasn’t been updated in months, or a Facebook post from last summer isn’t the way to build a following or do business online. Not only do prospects, customers, friends and the community at large prefer fresh content to stale, Google and Bing now reward sites that update more frequently. Can you afford NOT to have a disciplined approach to keeping your sites fresh? But coming up with new tidbits to share doesn’t have to be a slog, and you don’t have to resort to tired old quotations. You don’t even have to be perfect or diligent! All you need is a bit of planning, a few tools to time-launch content updates, and some concepts and keywords that you should be keeping up with anyway. Put it all together and what you have is a thoughtful content strategy ready to execute for 2011.

Come Ready to Work!

This month’s coworking + brownbag session will have you making notes, writing, and planning, so bring a pad and paper, your planner or calendar, and an open mind. As always, Firecat will provide a light lunch.

REGISTER NOW

You’re welcome to come get some work done anytime between 10:30 am and 3:30 pm – but we’ll start the workshop right at noon, so plan to arrive at 11:30 – 11:45 to get in and settled before we begin. Yes, you can invite others, but please encourage them to register too. See you on First Friday!

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