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But unfortunately, coming up with relevant topics can be difficult, especially when you're planning out an extended editorial calendar - meaning you have to think of many, many, many topics to cover.
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And second, it’s up to you to stay on top of the conversations happening about your industry and brand.
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A big part of this will include putting more focus on local events and happenings, which is the inspiration behind Facebook’s latest test – a feed of local news items based on your location.
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