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The One Blog Planner You Need

I’m a highly organized person. My friends tell me I’m obsessive. Okay, so I’m OCD about organizing. I’m okay with that. 🙂 But when it came to my blog, I didn’t realize how UNorganized I was UNTIL I got this blog planner. I’ve used many blog planners, but none of them really did what I wanted them to do. None of them seemed to really help me. That is, until I found this blog planner from My Joy Filled Life.

For me, it blew everything out of the water. There’s like a hundred pages and although I don’t use all of them, there are several that I use that I wouldn’t be without now. I’m hooked! This is the one blog planner you need!

I've used many blog planners, but none of them really did what I wanted them to do. None of them seemed to really help me. That is, until I found this blog planner. This is the one blog planner you need!

The One Blog Planner You Need

The yearly stats page is something you can’t live without. As a blogger, you NEED to know exactly how you’re doing each month and here’s the thing. If you DON’T keep track of your stats monthly, you can NOT go back. Platforms like Pinterest doesn’t have a backdate where you can see how you were doing a year ago. On the yearly stats page, there is a list of things to keep track of with space to fill in.

What I personally add to that page to track monthly are these things:

  • Bounce rate
  • Pages/session
  • Klout
  • $ profits
  • Page views per month from my top 6 sources

One of my other favorite pages in this planner is the Guest/Contributing Posts (outgoing) sheet. I LOVE, I mean LOVE to guest post. Many people will tell you it’s not worth your time, but that’s bunk. If you are doing a teaser on your site, what’s the difference? You still get a post on your site AND theirs. Guest posting has really taken my blog to a whole new level and provided authority for me. The key to successful guest posting is to always give them your best content, NOT your worst!

I’d encourage every blogger to reach out to guest post on blogs. I personally am very guest post friendly toward other mom blogs (no companies please). So, this sheet has been very helpful to me in keeping track of things on paper, rather than remembering it all in my head.

The third page that I really love is the Daily Blogger Checklist. While I know what works for me and what doesn’t when it comes to promotions, I WISH I had this list when I was a newer blogger. Anyone, new or older, can benefit from this sheet, especially those more established bloggers who are in a rut or newer bloggers that aren’t established yet and want to know where to spend their time to get maximum results.

While those are my three favorite pages in the planner and worth her low asking price of only $5 just for those, there are TONS of other pages that you are sure to fall in love with. Once you start using this planner, you won’t know how you ever got along without it. This planner is worth every penny! Click here to get it!

Look at all this you get:

  • Year-at-a-glance
  • 1-page monthly calendar
  • 2-page monthly calendar
  • Monthly calendar – lined
  • Monthly calendar – lined (2 posts per day)
  • Monthly to-do/monthly goals list
  • 1-page week-at-a-glance
  • 2-page week-at-a-glance
  • Ideas for future posts
  • Ideas for future posts by category
  • Project/post planner
  • Yearly stats
  • Social media tracker (all on one page)
  • Pinterest tracker
  • Facebook tracker
  • Google+ tracker
  • Link-Up tracker
  • Affiliate info tracker
  • Reviews & Giveaways tracker
  • Guest/contributor posts (incoming & outgoing)
  • Blog post checklist
  • Daily blogger checklist
  • Review checklist
  • Giveaway checklist
  • Advertisers/Sponsors tracker
  • Expenses/Earnings page
  • Long term goals
  • Notes page
  • Binder spine

I've used many blog planners, but none of them really did what I wanted them to do. None of them seemed to really help me. That is, until I found this blog planner. This is the one blog planner you need!

I've used many blog planners, but none of them really did what I wanted them to do. None of them seemed to really help me. That is, until I found this blog planner. This is the one blog planner you need!

 

If you’re looking for an organizational planner and eBook to organize your entire life, there’s a great one here by Modern Parents Messy Kids.



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  1. Wow, that sounds like a great planner! Blogging has come a long way in a short amount of time. I started blogging in 2006 and back then, blogging was anonymous and had no photos of any kind. Stats were only available on two sites or so but it was still fun seeing the numbers go up and seeing the global readership. No one really monetized the blogs back then either. I remember debating adding photos to my blog in the beginning because it took away from the stories I told, lol. We never consider using the “real names” of ourselves or our children. I loved the anonymity back then. While I did appear on CNN because of my blog (they flew out and filmed/ interviewed me at my home), it’s nothing like the opportunities that appear today. But it’s great to see the evolution and how people can make real money blogging now. The contribution of social media to blogging is a real game changer. Such a different world. I miss blogging a lot but if I ever decide to do it again, I’ll have to take some classes from you on all of this stuff! I still love reading blogs today and enjoy hearing bloggers success stories.

    • Wow, a blog with no pictures…see that sounds crazy to me. lol. It’s all about pictures now. People don’t even want the words anymore! I get told all the time my posts are too long. I’m a talker. LOL. At the moment, I don’t have group classes, just mostly personalized, one on one, but you can see the coaching here. 🙂 Email me anytime. I’d love to help. <3

  2. Lol on being a talker! I am a talker too and was told that my blog posts were too long. Back then I told more stories as opposed to posts on organizing or things like that so it made sense back then because it was more like reading a book. I belonged to a group with more medical type blogs.Today it’s a different world…Pinterest has changed everything so everything’s about pictures and you are correct, no one wants to read a blog without pictures including me! I love Pinterest too!But definitely a fun to read blogs and I don’t think anybody wants to go back to a time when they weren’t any pictures:) Sorry about all these typos. I’m using the voice to text to comment on my phone and it keeps auto correcting things that it shouldn’t.

  3. Hi Sarah! I’m just getting started blogging and I wanted to say that I’m really enjoying all of the post about getting started that I’ve read so far on your site! Thanks a lot for all of your suggestions!