Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris
About This Show
Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris is the must hear podcast for women entrepreneurs ready to get their message out online without feeling like a douchebag.
Listen in as Stacey and her guests talk about marketing, social media, business, and making it all work in your life. Each Tuesday Stacey answers questions from listeners and shares the latest in information from the online marketing space.
The Stacey Harris is a powerhouse online entrepreneur helping her clients reach rock star status with communities full of raving fans who follow them anywhere. She has a passion for building and being active in communities and teaching folks to use networking to build relationships that grow businesses.
Her passion for rock stars goes back to her roots, she graduated with a degree in audio engineering ready to take the music scene by storm. She quickly started working with an up and coming record label finding bands to sign and feature on their web radio station. Now returning to her web radio roots Stacey is the host of her own show Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris.
You can find out more and connect with The Stacey Harris at www.thestaceyharris.com and over on Twitter at @TheStaceyHarris.
Most Recent Episode
Creating Content Calendars for ALL Your Content
4 days ago
Welcome to episode 350 of Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris. Content calendars, content calendars. Yes, I love them. Yes, I talk about them a lot. It's because of very, very important reason. Are you ready? They are critical to your consistency, and thus your success when it comes to not just content marketing, not just email marketing, not just social media marketing, but all of these things. When you can be consistent with your content, you can impact more people, you can grow your reach, you can grow your business. Why Use a Content Calendar Here is why content calendars really matter, because not only do they allow you to be consistent in execution, they let you be consistent in messaging across these different types of marketing, meaning I'm able to really easily keep the same consistent message across my social media channels, across my content, across my guest content meaning podcast guesting, guest posts, LinkedIn Publisher stuff, as well as my emails. All of it really relies on each other. We talked about this on a Facebook Live last month. Really these pieces work best together when they're reliant on each other and they're feeding off of each other. Building a content calendar really, really helps that because again, they're all spending time supporting each other instead of my email list gets one message, and my social media channels are getting another kind of message, and my content's talking about this other third thing over here, and none of these things support each other. It's really hard to fully convey a message because yeah, multiple touchpoints, that's right. You knew I was going to say it. You probably said it already out loud. Maybe people in the coffee shop are looking at you strangely, or that guy you just ran by, or wherever else you listen to this show. When you have a content calendar, it's really easy to say, "Oh, these all say the same thing," or, "Yeah, I need these guests posts to out this month because this is what we're talking about on the podcast," or, "This is what we're doing the Facebook Lives about," or, "This is what the email series is going out." That's why I want you to take the time to figure out your content calendar. It really comes from your marketing plans, your larger marketing pla