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How to Create a Content Roadmap
A content roadmap can help you improve your efficiency and productivity in many ways. In particular, there are a couple of situations in which you may want to create a content roadmap if you:
- have too many ideas and try to work on too many projects.
- are unorganized and can't remain consistent.
- lack planning and scheduling skills.
- procrastinate on beginning new projects.
In this infographic, I share with you a step-by-step checklist you can use to implement both progressive and divisive approaches. The first one will help you understand how much to improve on the projects you are already working on. The second one will help you build projections for future projects that you may or may not achieve.
In the first case, you will define your time unit and then try to subdivide a minimum amount of activities for each. In the second case, you will consider every project you want to achieve. You will rank them by difficulty and then define tasks, preparatory steps, and milestones for each one.
Once you distribute all of these parameters on your content roadmap, you will be ready to:
- work on more ideas contemporary
- increase your productivity
- and remain consistent.
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