5 ways to use our Notebook feature
Notebook is a space for storing notes, ideas, and information on a Calendar-wide basis.
Kept at the top of your Content Calendar, everyone on your team can view and edit Notebook. You can even invite clients to edit, if you like.
If you’re an agency that works with clients, you’ll often find a big chunk of your day is taken up by long and complicated email threads and a lot of back-and-forth.
We wanted to put an end to all that fuss.
With Notebook, your clients can make a note of everything they want in their upcoming social content and drop it into the Notebook to share with their team.
If they have any feedback about the last batch of content, they can also leave it here.
When you’re writing social content, do you keep having to flick back and forth between ContentCal and Twitter to check the @ handlest?
Save a heap of time by adding all your favorite @ handles to the Notebook, safely stowed away for whenever you need them.
You can also use this area to form a list of accounts you’re looking to engage with more in the coming weeks to really keep your content writing focused.
Notebook is a great place to store your social media strategy.
This makes it the perfect reference for any content creators who want to keep their eye on longer-term objectives.
Do you use ContentCal Analytics to see which content themes are performing the best?
It’s probably a good idea to have your strategy close at hand to make notes and amendments for better results.
Keeping your targets and goals close at hand can be an amazing motivator.
Use Notebook to outline your goals for the next month (be sure to make them realistic), and regularly check in on your performance against these metrics so see how you’re progressing.
Sometimes, content creation isn’t a smooth ride from start to finish.
You could be waiting on a graphic, a discount code, or a final piece of news (such as the results of a football match.
Make sure all these loose ends get tied up by leaving a to-do list within Notebook. Once complete, just strike through the text.
Remember, Notebook is shared with your team, so you can use it to collect team actions at the end of a meeting.
What are you using Notebook for? Let us know over on Twitter at @ContentCal_io
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