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Neil & Eric’s Weekly Content Cadence in 2022 #2066
April 15, 2022

In episode #2066, we talk about our weekly content cadence in 2022! Tune in if you want to hear a quick breakdown of how we split our time creating content right now. From podcasts and YouTube videos to the pieces we share on social media, this is bound to offer a little bit of insight to you.

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  • [00:25] Today’s topic: Neil & Eric’s Weekly Content Cadence in 2022.
  • [00:39] Neil’s weekly cadence; one podcast episode, three videos, one blog post, and social media.
  • [01:34] Eric’s weekly cadence; podcasts, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and repurposing content.
  • [03:13] Goals for the next 6-12 months for each of our cadences.
  • [03:31] That’s it for today!
  • [03:24] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io/live to learn more.

 

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