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Firecat Second Friday: Creating a Content Calendar

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Firecat Second Friday: Creating a Content Calendar

by Firecat
December 29, 2020

Join us in our first ever Firecat SECOND Friday! 

New year, new content calendar. 2021 is here, with fresh opportunities and energy. Your social media and email campaigns can bring new business, but imagining and creating new content can be hard and time-consuming. We’ll demonstrate a simple content calendar format that serves as an effective content strategy that keeps you on track all year.

Hear from CEO and seasoned UX vet Susan Price, as she takes us through Firecat’s own content calendar process.

Come ready to dive in!

About the Presenter

Blonde woman smiling - Susan Price

Susan Price:

Susan has delivered content strategy for all sizes of organizations from Fortune 200 organizations to startups. She excels in helping clients understand their customers, prospects, and users from all angles. As Founder and CEO of Firecat Studio, a strategy agency focused on digital marketing, user experience design and usability.

 

About Firecat First Fridays

We host these free, monthly lunch-and-learn sessions to help our clients, our team, and our creative community to stay inspired and keep up with emerging techniques, tools, and tactics for User Experience design and marketing.

When we can, we meet in person and host the lunch. These days, we’re holding the sessions via webinar.

If you’re curious, please join us!  

Register on Eventbrite

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