Social media is an essential part of every organization’s content operations. When it comes to social media, most content teams are posting a wide variety of content types across multiple channels.

To ensure you are creating the right content at the right time on the right channel, you need to create a coherent social media content calendar. You can use our social media content calendar to plan content for any social media channel—Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and more.

To access the template, log in if you’re a subscriber, or you can become a subscriber here.

The template is from the LinkedIn Learning course Content Marketing for Social Media, from Content Science President Colleen Jones. Looking for more social media templates? Check out our social media style guide template.

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Last Updated: June 17, 2021

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