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Making Your New Year's Content Resolutions Stick

We kicked off our 2017 #ContentChat schedule with Laura Petrolino, my Spin Sucks colleague, to talk about making our 2017 content marketing resolutions stick.


Before we jump into the Q&A, I wanted to share something that made me smile. Those of you who regularly attend #ContentChat are aware that I always have a fun getting-to-know-you question to start things off before the main topic questions kick in. This week, at our special guest's request, we asked attendees what their pirate name would be. This response won all the things thanks to its adorable and appropriate cat GIF use:

 Chat regulars know that an awesome cat GIF is the way to my heart. Thanks, Cassidy!

Q1: What are your New Year's #content resolutions?

Q2: Did you keep last year's content resolutions? If not, why not?

Q3: It can be hard to get new habits and routines going. What are your tips for implementing new routines?

Q4: Even once we start a new routine, it can be hard to keep it going long-term. How can you overcome that challenge?

Q5: Are there any apps or tools you use to keep yourself accountable to your goals?

Q6: Can you recommend any books or blogs to read to help form new habits and stay on track with our goals?  


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