I’ve talked about my favorite tips for creating the perfect content calendar. Today I wanted to share what I use to schedule my content in advance. There are a lot of social media scheduling tools out there - from Hootsuite, to Buffer, to CoSchedule, to Later, etc. Some of which are free, some require a monthly payment. Some of these have better analytics that others, some are more user-friendly, etc. There are definitely pros and cons to each of those.
If you’ve ever downloaded a font or a photo from the Internet, you’ve probably read the different ways it’s legal to use what you’ve downloaded. For example, just because you find a beautiful image through a Google search, doesn’t mean that image is fair for the using. I wanted to take a few minutes to share a few of the things I’ve learned regarding photo and font licenses. This is not an all-encompassing list, rather just some notes I’ve picked up along the way.
Please note: this is not legal advice. I’m not a lawyer. It’s always a good idea to do your own research and consult a lawyer if you’re not completely sure.
Let’s face it, creating a marketing content calendar is not the favorite task for many business owners. They can seem daunting and overwhelming, plus they take a lot of planning. I wanted to share a few of the tips & tricks we use over here at The Savvy Peach HQ to make creating a content calendar go relatively smoothly.
If you’ve been over on The Savvy Peach’s Facebook page lately, you’ve probably noticed that on Fridays I share some of my favorite fonts and fonts that you can get for free! And if you’re signed up for my newsletter, I sometimes share even more free fonts there