If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed trying to stay on top of your content development and especially blogging, then this is the episode for you! Elizabeth Harrin joins me to share so many great tips on how to manage your blogging using strategies she’s learned over the years in Project management.
Not only is Elizabeth an expert in Project management and content development, with a focus on blogging, but she has also authored several books on the topic! There are a ton of super ideas and strategies in this episode, so get ready to learn and start changing the way you do a few things.
In this episode:
- How often do you need to blog?
- Why an article needs to be ONLY as long as it needs to be
- Why you gotta start at the end to start any project
- Why you need to have a 12-month plan for your content (and how easy it is to do this)
- How to accomplish the most important 3 things and feel amazing about it
Elizabeth Harrin, MA, FAPM, MBCS is director of Otobos Consultants Ltd, a consultancy specialising in copywriting for project management firms. Elizabeth also works as a practicing project and program manager. She spent eight years working in financial services (including two based in Paris, France) before moving into healthcare.
Elizabeth is the award-winning blogger behind A Girl’s Guide to Project Management, a specialist blog aimed at helping teams get work done. She is widely published on project management topics and has contributed to numerous websites and magazines. She’s also the author of 5 traditionally-published books and a number of ebooks.
In 2017, Elizabeth started sharing productivity and project management tips with bloggers through TotallyOrganisedBlogging.com, a site aimed at helping bloggers get more done with less stress. As a project manager with over 15 years’ experience, she shares her hard-won knowledge of the strategies that work for organising tasks and getting projects done.
Elizabeth is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management and a member of PMI. She holds degrees from the University of York and Roehampton University.
Elizabeth is particularly interested in content marketing planning and strategy, and how content marketing can help businesses hit their strategic goals.