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How to Organize Your Content Ideas Using Trello

In Blogging, Online Marketing, Productivity, Social Media, Tech/Geek, Video Marketing, Videos by Amy6 Comments

Are you trying to figure out the easiest way to organize all of the ideas you have for content for your blog, YouTube, social media, email, etc?

Trello is a free tool that is amazing for organizing your content ideas.

I use Trello every day in my business to organize my:

  • Blog content
  • YouTube content
  • Lead magnets
  • Emails
  • Facebook lives
  • Facebook posts
  • Instagram posts
  • Social media calandar
  • and more…

In this video, I will show you a bunch of examples of exactly how I personally use Trello in my business to organize my content ideas.

How to Organize Your Content Ideas Using Trello

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If so… I wanted to let you know that I will be helping a bunch of entrepreneurs to ramp up their businesses with a 30 day content challenge that starts on January 18th!  

If you are wanting some ideas and accountability to push out a whole bunch of content over the course of 30 days, this challenge is for you!  

Content can consist of YouTube videos, Facebook posts, Facebook live videos, TikTok videos, Instagram posts, Instagram reels, emails, or whatever type of content makes sense for you and your audience.  

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Once you register (it’s totally f.ree), you will get the worksheet with 30 days worth of content prompts on it, as well as access to the Facebook group where we will be spending 30 days together, and some of my best tips and tricks for creating and posting content as we go through the challenge.  

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Also, feel free to share the link with your friends so they can join us, too! This is gonna be fun, and the more the merrier!

As always, leave me a comment below if you have any questions or if I can help in any way.

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  1. Amy, thank you for doing this 30 day content challenge. I am looking forward to forming the habit of consistantly creating content and posting it on at least 10 plaforms beginning with my blog.

    1. Author

      You are so welcome, Tom! I’m so glad you will be joining us for the challenge!

  2. Never heard of Trello before! Now I do ๐Ÿ™‚

    Personally, I still use checklists but I like the sound of this.

    1. Author

      Yeah, it’s a great tool. And you can create checklists inside of the cards, too… so if you love checklists, you can still create them and check the tasks off as you go. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Love your videos, Amy – always a wealth of information, tips and tricks! I’ve been pretty old school with my planning – sticky notes (physical ones and sticky note app on computer). Ha ha! And also store pending ideas in electronic folders in my email. I am thinking I could possibly use Trello for my music project planning (currently using spreadsheets). I also see that you can collaborate with teams as well, which could be very helpful when collaborating with other musicians. Thanks for the ideas. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hey Amy! Could you give me your affiliate link to Trello? โ™ฅ

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