Staying organized as a blogger is a daunting task. I get asked all the time how I stay organized while juggling so many things. From scheduling out social media promotions, to sponsored post due dates, to tracking the stats on where your blog is performing – blogging can be very overwhelming. I’ve tried many methods over the years, but my favorite solution is creating a blog task list where I can write down everything I need to organize. I took all aspects of blogging that I need to keep organized and included them into one sheet that I have by my desk. I really want to share with you, my blogging friends my organized blog list and share it with you so you too can be organized (and sane!) while on this blogging journey!
I really enjoy having all of my blog details on one page. I have used many workbooks that are 2+ pages and I just get more overwhelmed. I like having this one page right at my fingertips whenever I need to remember what my tasks are for the day. When I began my blogging journey – I had no clue how I was going to start making money. (Wait, what? Bloggers make money?!) I get asked that question ALL the time. The answer is yes. I started with making zero, but honestly that was ok. I started this blog because I wanted to share my passion and document my projects I had at the time.
I started doing my research and realized there was a whole world of blogging (& income) I was unfamiliar with. I spent nights and weekends digging deeper and from there started making $100, $200 now over $1,000 a month blogging. I really wanted to write this to showcase how to stay organized as a blogger.
Staying organized and tracking my progress has definitely been a key factor with keeping on track with my to-do list and gaining new opportunities.
The Features of this Monthly Blog Planner Download:
- Tracking your Blog Stats – Monitoring your blog and social media metrics is a aspect I never used to pay much attention to, but it so very important. This is a way to measure your blog’s growth and performance. I like to check my blog stats at the beginning of each month to see how I’m improving and what I can work on in the future.
- Having a blog to-do list – There are many aspects of blogging that I never would put into a to-do list in the beginning. I wouldn’t schedule time to take photos or getting materials needed for those photos, etc. I now have certain days of the week I take photos, write out copy, and publish.
- Planning for the future – It’s important to schedule out blog posts. I have a section on this worksheet where you can plan out blog post titles for the weeks that follow to keep your thoughts written down instead of in your head.
- Social Media Promotions – Let’s face it, social media is a HUGE part of blogging Having a schedule of when posts will be shared on social platforms are important. Mark off when you post on your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.
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How do you manage your blog and keep everything organized while having a big to-do list! I would love to hear! Enjoy your blog planner download!
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