Platform Planner – A Weekly Editorial Calendar [Printable Worksheet]

08 February

This is part of the Platform Planner series.  Check out the other posts!

Platform Planner Weekly Editorial Calendar

Having a weekly editorial calendar is critical to getting your content scheduled and published.  Whether you’re publishing 5 times per week or once a week, you need a way to bring your platform publishing tasks into your day’s responsibilities.

With all the planner choices out there, it can be hard to decide what format your weekly editorial calendar should be.  I have designed a format that ties in nicely with the rest of this series!

This step of the Platform Planner series is where all your content planning comes together – in your own Weekly Editorial Calendar.

  1. Print this worksheet: Weekly Editorial Calendar
  2. Cut out the blank margins and glue to pages 44 and 45 of your comp book (after your Post Title pages with all the sticky notes).
  3. Fill in the blank with the current week, at the top of page 45.
  4. Move your sticky notes from your Post Titles pages to this page, under the day of the week, as you want to schedule them.
  5. Write in any other helpful information in the area underneath the Post-It note.

Confession: I actually don’t use this worksheet since I have my Comp Book Day Planner.  So you really have two options: use this worksheet or make your own Comp Book Day Planner like I did.  It doesn’t really matter which one you decide to use; the important thing is that you bring your Post Title sticky notes to the day you want to publish it.

This is part of the Platform Planner series.  Check out the other posts!


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