The Ultimate Content Machine: How We Used Google Docs to Develop 307,000 Words of Spectacular Content
Know what’s tougher than creating great content?
Creating it at scale.
But that’s exactly what’s needed if you’re serious about building a popular blog.
And almost every successful blogger reaches a point where they realize they can’t do it alone.
(After all, how many large blogs can you name where the owner still writes every single post?)
Getting help means outsourcing at least some of your content creation to guest writers, but making the transition from a writer to the editor isn’t easy.
So how can you efficiently manage the content development process when you have dozens of different writers, each with posts in various stages of development?
How can you maintain your high-quality standards without becoming so overwhelmed that you begin feeling nostalgic for the days where you were doing everything yourself?
Truthfully, until a couple of years ago, I didn’t have a good answer to that question.