A content calendar is primarily used in publishing to plan future themes, features and stories. Bloggers, social media managers, and advertisers have since adopted the use of a content calendar to organize their content and streamline their communication.


Content calendars can be used to plan email marketing campaigns as well as the aforementioned marketing strategies that you may have already integrated into your business communication.

Not only does a content calendar minimize stress, it encourages focus to achieve your short and long term goals by creatively developing and posting consistently diverse content throughout all your channels of communication.

Above all else, there are many benefits to creating and using an editorial calendar:


A content calendar allows proper and timely scheduling of important events or milestones for promotion through social media, web, and advertising.


Text, images, and other media assets that are required for publishing are made readily available before posting, making the task of publishing easier.


Consistent and organized content looks professional because it’s organized, yet creative. Consistency in posting reflects well on your brand.

Creating a content calendar for communication is not difficult, but in doing so you will want to reflect on the interest of your audience during the planning process.

Who Benefits From An Editorial Calendar?

Your business will benefit from using a calendar by breaking down larger concepts into more manageable tasks. If unexpected events occur, your calendar can be edited along the way.

  • Increase the likelihood of return visits.
  • Strengthen your reputation by delivering valuable content to your customers.
  • Build your social media community.

Does your company use a content calendar for social media, advertising, or web content? Comment below to start the conversation.