The Long Game is a podcast which consists of our long-form interviews with experts and thought leaders on the topics of content marketing operations and strategy.
But this particular series of the podcast is so meta. We call it Kitchen Side. It's an inside look at how the sausage is made at our company, Omniscient Digital.
One big benefit of running an agency or working at one is you get to see the “kitchen side” of many different businesses; their revenue, their operations, their automations, and their culture.
In this episode, we discuss how to build a content editorial calendar. We talk about how to plan out your content strategy onto a time series and roadmap that your team can collaborate on.
In full transparency, we wanted to write about this topic due to its search volume and its relevance towards our business. As the saying goes, "Those producing enough content to warrant a calendar may very well be a good fit for our business."
To produce a unique article, however, we decided to tap our agency co-founders to get insights and quotes for the article. This episode, in a way, is a glimpse at the research that our content and growth marketer Karissa has done to produce the article itself (with free template).
The Long Game podcast is hosted by Alex Birkett and David Ly Khim who co-founded Omniscient Digital to help companies ranging from early-state to scale-ups with growth strategy, SEO, and content marketing. Allie Decker, Head of Content, joins the conversation as well.
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Listen to more episodes of The Long Game podcast here: https://beomniscient.com/podcast/
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