OK, I know I am little late into January to be posting this, but I totally forgot – I blame my newly found old age of 33! Better late than never though, right?!
If you’ve not used my Blog Planner before then you’ve been missing out! The digital tracker holds everything you need to get your shit together when it comes to blogging – sorry I don’t have a life version just yet. A few years back I posted about how I sort all my blog stuff out and organise it to keep me on track, the post was quite popular so each year since then I release a Google Sheets planner with useful trackers on. You might be thinking well why should I bother downloading this, I already have the one from last year… Well I have updated the dates so you don’t have to, made it a little easier to understand, added new tabs, but still kept it pretty simple. So, if you’re interested in using the spreadsheet feel free to use the below link to download it in Google Sheets. You can add or remove whichever tabs are not relevant to you too. However, DO NOT COPY OR PASS THIS OFF AS YOUR OWN WORK – yes I used shouty capitals as I found several versions of my sheet online last year where people had passed it off as their work – except the sheets contain my name as tracking, so ner!
What Sheets Are Included?
There’s a blog post schedule for the year so you can see what type of posts you’ve been posting at a quick glance, and track what needs to be done on them, i.e. it’s in draft, it’s completed and ready to post, etc. There’s a monthly version of this in case you find the yearly one a little overwhelming to look at.
There are monthly and weekly stat trackers so you can see your growth across the months and see where you need to focus more attention to see changes. Again The event popular income and expenses sheet is included to help you keep track of your accounts for tax purposes, and finally the Instagram hashtags tab has made a return – it includes popular tags for lots of niches.
How To Download
– In order to download the sheet just click the link above
– When Google Sheets opens click ‘FILE’
– Then click ‘MAKE A COPY’ from the drop-down menu
– Get yourself organised til your heart’s content
– If you have any questions on anything in the spreadsheet just drop me a comment, tweet or email and I will try my best to help.