We’re all business owners and when it comes time to writing content, it can seem like a time sucker or a distraction on what is really top priority in our lives at the current moment.

But content is essential to our business and without content, do we really have a business?

Monica Miller highly advises business owners to have a content calendar. She says, “This has saved me from thinking to myself, ‘I need to publish a blog today, but I have no idea what I am going to say.'”

Plan out what you’re going to write about in your blogs and your content in general for the next several months using a notepad, a printed out calendar or another system you like using. Yes, it’s going to take time to plan out what your content is going to look like for several months, but the time it saves can be huge in your business.

Tune in and discover Monica’s answers to questions such as:

  • What should my content plan include?
  • How do I execute it without spending all my time writing content?
  • How do I get clients from my content?
  • How do I know if it’s actually working?
  • When should I hire out to have my content written for me?
  • And much, much more!

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About the Author: Monica Miller

Monica Miller is a three time published author, International Speaker and Writer, and owns her business, Monica Writes, where she helps female and mom entrepreneurs get to six figures in their businesses by the power of content and marketing strategies. She has helped her clients get fully booked out, working with more clients, landing paid speaking engagements nationally and internationally, and a way to consistently get new leads when they need more clients! She teaches her clients how to leverage content and simple marketing activities by getting more visible to grow their audience, clientele, and scaling their business. Monica lives in Northern Indiana with her husband and two boys where she spends her days drinking coffee, reading fantasy, practicing yoga, and keeping up with her boys.

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