Amy Porterfield Shares How To Schedule Great Content and Information For Twitter, Facebook and Your Blog

This is something that I teach in Creating Fame, I loved this video with Amy Porterfield’s take on how it worked for her:



Hi, Amy Porterfield here, and I hope you’re having a great day. I wanted to talk today about something that I actually learned from Laura Roeder. And if you don’t know who Laura Roeder is, she’s a really great social media strategist. You can find her on the Web at, and she taught me something that I used and I just finished and I thought it would be helpful to you as well. And what that is, is she taught me how to schedule my content for my newsletter that I have coming out soon as well as my blogs.

So, what she said is get a six-month calendar. You can go to Google Calendar or there’s a great website for free calendars, And you can go to this website and get like six months worth of individual monthly calendars, and schedule your content. And what I love about that is basically you pick all the subjects that you’re going to talk about and you do this in advance.

So let’s say you’re going to do your weekly newsletter every week. First, make sure that you can commit to every week because that can be really tough sometimes, but if you’re certain that yes, I can deliver my weekly newsletter to my list once a week, then map out all the content you’re going to deliver for each week.

Now, the great thing is once you schedule it, it really becomes real. If you don’t have it down on paper, if you don’t have it down on the schedule, then you can’t really make sure that it happens. So get out this monthly calendar, schedule your content, and then if something happens, you want to change around as you go, that’s totally fine or maybe you want to add something to it. But just get it down on the calendar. You can do this with your blog like I said or your newsletter, but just scheduling it and seeing it on paper. And then here’s the trick, you have to really stick to it, because the worst thing we can do is promise something to our potential clients or to our clients and not deliver, because it says a lot about us for doing that.

So you have to really make it happen. You have to stick to your calendar. However you map it out, make sure you stick to those dates and you plan ahead. So this is a tip that may seem so simple to most people, but a lot us don’t do it. So I went to the beach and I sat down and I scheduled my whole six-month of my newsletter coming out, and now I feel like, “Okay, I can start collecting data. I can get all the information I want. I’m ahead of the game and I don’t have to every week think, ‘Oh, my God, I have to get the newsletter. I better figure out what I’m going to do.'” And it just makes you really, really good at adding value. It gives you the upper hand over other people that kind of are – don’t really have it together.

So just one tip, I would suggest it, it really worked well for me and I wanted to give you that tip as well.

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About Laura Roeder

Laura Roeder is a social media marketing expert who gives businesses of all sizes the tools they need to make their mark on the web. She is the creator of the social media scheduling software Edgar, as well as social media marketing web courses like Creating Fame and Social Brilliant.


  1. I love it, Amy. You are absolutely right! My husband gets on me about this. I am producing content pretty regularly but sometimes scheduling makes me feel less creative, and it makes it look like “work” even though I do love to work hard on my blog :)!! But I am off to make a calendar. Thank you!

  2. Love your short and sweet tutorials! Thanks!

  3. Loved the tip – could never get the hang of blogging & creating meaningful content but I’m not opposed to checking off a to-do list. I think this will be something that could work for me. Thanks & many kudos!

  4. Great video! Thank you for sharing your secrets with us, it definitely cleared some things up for me especially with Twitter. Pairing our blogs with these Social Media sites are really one of the best things that we can do for our online business.