Slay Content Like A Boss: 3 Ways You Should Batch Create Content
Content batching is not a new concept. Yet, it still something most content creators have not implemented. If you want to slay your content like a boss. We’ll be touching on 3 Ways Why You Should Batch Create Content and have more time to sip margaritas by the pool.
A few weeks ago I talked about what exactly content batching is and how it can help your content creation workflow as a blogger or content creator. if you missed that post you can read it here.
Content batching involves the completion of similar tasks in a scheduled block. This saves you time, as it avoids having to switch back and forth between skills and concentrations. This allows you to be a lot more effective in optimizing your workflow. For example, draft five or more blog posts in a day! Or create multiple Instagram captions you could use for your Instagram feed.
3 Ways Why You Should Batch Create Content
To be able to batch your content effectively, you need two core things: a schedule and a system.
Have A Brain dump Day
Having brain dumps is an effective way to just list the things that come to mind. Brainstorm topics, ideas, and questions that you can educate your audience on. Make a running list of this, so when the inspiration. strikes you’ve accumulated so many content ideas ready to go!
Planning is key
We all know how important content planning is. This is where having a content planner can really help you plan all these brilliant ideas you’ve come up with. Strategically plan your content and set a time period for doing this. Whether you plan to use a digital planner like Trello or Clickup or a paper planner, whatever works best for you. Just ensure you plan out your content.
Download my content planner which can help you as a guideline of batching your content and have a content creation strategy in place.
Now that you have your ideas lists and a plan of action, you want images or graphics to add a visual element to your content right? Whether you’re creating a video, creating graphics on Canva or needing to take images. You can batch these tasks together. Because you already have a plan of what needs to get done the creatively will be flowing as you don’t need to think about the details.
Batch-working may not feel like a perfect fit immediately. You might feel like a fish out of water, but with everything else, it does take time to adjust. Most important find a process that works best for you. You’ll thank me later!
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