Getting organised is my big goal this year and beyond and as such, there are plenty of tools I have created to make my own path to organisation easier and more structured. One of these was my blog tracker and planner spreadsheet, which is available in my Etsy store.
I use this document constantly to track my blog stats, from traffic to social media, unique views and beyond, as well as tracking earnings from ad networks, sponsored posts and other blog related income and expenses. However there were a few things that were missing from the first version of the blog planner.
My blog tracker and planner now has a 2015 editorial calendar with all 365 days of the year, allowing you to input details on all your blog posts, keywords, post links and status. This addition has by far been the best thing for my blogging productivity this year. I am now working much further ahead with the ability to see what is coming up and make amendments easily.
If you do not have an editorial calendar, you need one NOW!
I have also added a brand contact page that allows you to keep track of brands you contact and responses when seeking sponsored post or brand collaboration opportunities, and improved sponsored post tracking system.
Plus my blog planner still has all the other useful tools from before, such as ad network, affiliate earnings and advertising tracking, expense and profit tallys, social media and blog statistics, a new monthly goals page, plus affiliate links and of course a useful totals page that tells you how much you have spent and earned each month.
Even if you aren’t blogging for profit though, the editorial calendar alone is seriously amazing. Trust me… TOTAL GAME CHANGER!
So where can you get it?
Head on over to my Etsy store now and grab your very own blog tracker and planner spreadsheet for a super cheap and affordable price. It can be used beyond this year also by saving a new copy and changing dates to reflect future years so it is a great investment if you are a blogger (or planning to become one).
Are you a blogger? How do you stay organised?