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    #1

    starting early

    Hi

    Could anyone please clarify for me the sentence below?
    Is there a conflict in the phrase?

    ". Starting early with your editorial calendar also saves you from creating content willy-nilly and then finding out months later that no one ever finished that pesky (but crucial) “About” page.. Starting early with your editorial calendar also saves you from creating content willy-nilly and then finding out months later that no one ever finished that pesky (but crucial) “About” page."


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    Re: starting early

    It means that if you start the scheduled editing process early, you will write material that your plan says you need and you won't overlook critical parts like the "About" page.
    I am not a teacher.

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