10 Must-Have Templates for Content Marketers

From Creating Buyer Personas to Engagement Spreadsheets, these are 10 Valuable Templates for Content Marketers

One of the things that can help most with content marketing is templates – those step-by-step guides that walk you through how to do something. Luckily, our CMI contributors like to share their expertise and documents. Here are 10 templates that every content marketer can use.

Planning template

Do you have so many ideas but aren’t sure what you should tackle first? Here’s a spreadsheet you can use to prioritize.

Content questionnaire

What do you need to cover at a content marketing kickoff? To make sure all of your bases are covered, check out this template from Debbie Williams that sets the foundation for an editorial strategy.

Buyer persona

This straightforward buyer persona template from Barbara Gago is a great way to help you document your buyer needs.

Content mapping template

Marketers talk about mapping content, but how do you do this? Here are a few templates from Barbara Gago that walk you through the process.

Editorial calendar

If there is one tool I can’t live without, it’s my editorial calendar. Here’s a template to help you get started.

Template for tracking keywords

Elise Redlin-Cook shows you how to research the right keywords to use in your content and SEO efforts and then provides a template to help you stay organized.

Web page template

You want your web pages to drive action, but how do you do that? Brody Dorland shares the template he uses to create effective web content.

Social media conversation calendar

Debbie Williams shares the social media conversation calendar she uses to develop content strategy for social media while making the process efficient and consistent.

Facebook engagement spreadsheet

In this popular post, Nate Riggs outlines five ways to interpret the free data provided by Facebook Insights, and he shares the spreadsheet he uses to keep track of the data.

Sales communication template

As a content marketer, you’re producing useful content and trying to get the word out to your prospects, but does sales know what you are doing? Here’s an easy-to-use template from Dianna Huff for a monthly email that provides sales with details about the company’s marketing initiatives.

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