Documenting your blog process allows you to effectively delegate to your team. It also ensures that your content gets processed and published the same way each time.
For more details on creating your blog system, check out this post.
The next step to help you manage content creation is to incorporate a project management software like Asana, Basecamp, Trello, or Todoist. I’ve found that how your brain processes things will make one software more attractive than another, so if you try one and it doesn’t click, try another one!
When I’m working with clients, I prefer Asana because it’s free, relatively easy to use, and has a fairly low learning curve.
For blogs, I like to use Asana to assign out the major task groups and then have the system readily available for the nitty gritty detail.
Here’s how I manage my blog posts in Asana:
The thing I love about systems is that they’re completely customizable. The same goes for Asana!
Here’s how one of my client’s uses Asana to manage her blog posts:
As your process evolves, so will your setup in Asana (or the software of your choice). So be sure to periodically review your full system and your Asana setup to make sure they match what you’re currently doing.