Getting Things Done [GTD] and content marketing

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I maintain that ‘how do I add content marketing to my plate and still get home for supper?’ is one of the most pressing issues in social media today. The pundits all say that this is the year for curation and content marketing but not a lot of experts are giving direction to thought leaders who hope to execute such a strategy effectively. In this 11 minute video I explore the use of David Allen’s ‘Getting Things Done‘ principles to content marketing…

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28 thoughts on “Getting Things Done [GTD] and content marketing

  1. Great post Todd! You are absolutely honing in on the perfect system. Scribefire is new & fantastic for me; Twitter – Indispensible!
    With my iPad, using Feeddler Pro, I send articles I like to Instapaper for later weeding & posting to the appropriate spot using the correct tool. (A little off subject, but the iPad is GREAT for focus.)
    Keep ’em coming!

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  2. Great post Todd! You are absolutely honing in on the perfect system. Scribefire is new & fantastic for me; Twitter – Indispensible!
    With my iPad, using Feeddler Pro, I send articles I like to Instapaper for later weeding & posting to the appropriate spot using the correct tool. (A little off subject, but the iPad is GREAT for focus.)
    Keep ’em coming!

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  3. Thanks, Kelly. You should know that one of the reasons I put Twitter at the center is that almost every mobile app has a button that allows you to tweet content out. Me? I use feedly on my android tablet but any news reader on the Mac has that capability as well. Along with this whole gtd philosophy, I have my own on what I call ‘context computing’ — my style of blogging [curation] is a pain in the butt on a tablet. If, however, I use the tablet to view and collect content for later evaluation, a tablet rocks in my workflow. Have you tried Storify yet?

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  4. Thanks, Kelly. You should know that one of the reasons I put Twitter at the center is that almost every mobile app has a button that allows you to tweet content out. Me? I use feedly on my android tablet but any news reader on the Mac has that capability as well. Along with this whole gtd philosophy, I have my own on what I call ‘context computing’ — my style of blogging [curation] is a pain in the butt on a tablet. If, however, I use the tablet to view and collect content for later evaluation, a tablet rocks in my workflow. Have you tried Storify yet?

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  5. Your approach to information management is a thing of wonder to me. On my own, I’d never muster the patience for the kind of experimentation you do. So I love that you do it for us. And I love that you share what you’re thinking. And I love that you come up with processes that are flexible and adaptable. There’s room for me to use 50% of your process and 50% of something that works just for me and somehow I become 200% more efficient along the way. Thanks, Todd!

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  6. Your approach to information management is a thing of wonder to me. On my own, I’d never muster the patience for the kind of experimentation you do. So I love that you do it for us. And I love that you share what you’re thinking. And I love that you come up with processes that are flexible and adaptable. There’s room for me to use 50% of your process and 50% of something that works just for me and somehow I become 200% more efficient along the way. Thanks, Todd!

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  7. Todd –

    You ought to be teaching at a university! You have a gift for teaching – you also have a wonderfully transparent style.

    Thanks for your insights!

    Catherine B. Blake
    Sales Protocol International
    580 Bay Road
    Durham, NH 03824
    603.828.7312
    http://www.salesprotocol.com
    We Think. You Grow.

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  8. Todd –

    You ought to be teaching at a university! You have a gift for teaching – you also have a wonderfully transparent style.

    Thanks for your insights!

    Catherine B. Blake
    Sales Protocol International
    580 Bay Road
    Durham, NH 03824
    603.828.7312
    http://www.salesprotocol.com
    We Think. You Grow.

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