Inbound Marketing to-do list – Daily

Does your Inbound Marketing life ever feel like it’s just an endless to-do list, with all items marked the highest priority and due yesterday? Don’t let your to-do’s bog you down. This post will offer suggested must-do task lists every inbound marketing professional can use to stay sane and keep campaigns going strong on a daily basis.


10 Daily To-Do’s


Work these to-do’s into your daily Inbound Marketing routine to continually stay on top of deliverables, results, and the ever-changing industry.


  1. Good morning, dashboards! Log into Google Analytics, and any paid media campaigns to review dashboards for spikes, inbound links, and results compared to goals (you’ve set some goals, right?).
  2. Manage your inbox. Be timely in your communications, and answer important emails first. This may also help you with number 3 …
  3. Set priorities. (Note: Be realistic and agile.) Scan your to-do list for the 1 or 2 most important tasks. Commit with yourself and your team to what you will complete today.
  4. Hold a 5-minute team huddle to review campaign status. What are you aiming to complete in the short term? Who is responsible, and what’s the status?
  5. Listen. Check social monitoring tools (e.g. Google Alerts, HootSuite, etc.) for brand mentions. Scan through and read articles from top blogs in your RSS feed.
  6. Engage priority social connections via retweets, replies, +1s, etc. Leave comments on top blog posts, respond to brand mentions on social media or in articles, answer relevant questions, and more.
  7. Publish original content. Whether it’s a blog post, video, cartoon or new landing page, use a dedicated block of time to produce something of value.
  8. Share new content via social networks, and thank those who help spread your content.
  9. Log major marketing events in Basecamp for tracking purposes (speaking engagements, guest posts, influencer blog post tweets, etc.)
  10. Move a project forward—whether that’s reviewing your work or someone else’s, pushing a project to a boss or client, planning next steps, or confirming details, cross something off the list that others are waiting for.

         Source: Hubspot

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Richard Coen

With over 21 years of experience in Digital Marketing, 31 years in sales and 25 years in business development, Richard assists companies to develop key growth strategies on a local or international basis. He can assist marketers to achieve balance in their approach to key areas affected by the growth in digital marketing.