Nail Your Content's Skeleton
Sometimes an editorial calendar or quick outline isn't enough.
Really, really, really awesome content can get complicated. It requires way more planning than just an editorial calendar or quick bulleted list of the subheadings you want to include in a blog post.
It might even have more in common with sculpting a masterpiece than making a quick list.
So you don't want outlines. You want skeletons.
Creating content skeletons helps you lay out every detail of your content so you have a step-by-step plan to follow when it's time to write.
Because to really guide readers through the ideas in your content, you need to have drawn a map for yourself first.
Download this free content skeleton worksheet to start planning blog posts better today!