I’m a fan of planning. It’s one of my favorite things to do. Like, I could plan all day – and then some. Of course, I have to remember to take some action on my plans, but I notice that I accomplish much more when I have a plan.
So, when I started blogging I knew I’d have to plan it out. And with any plan comes a good system.
Enter: The 2015 Blog Action Planner.
I love the organization of this planning system. And it accounts for every single thing you can imagine – planning content, affiliate promotions, sponsored content, brainstorming, social media – the list goes on.
From the creator:
The 2015 Blog Action Planner is the ultimate planner for bloggers, entrepreneurs, small business owners… basically anyone that wants to start a blog. It’s more than your average blogging planner as it provides you with a monthly blueprint that will help you navigate easier in the blogosphere in 2015. This planner provides everything you’d need to manage your blog — from post planning to keeping track of sponsors to measuring your social media analytics. You won’t find no frills here, less is definitely more when it comes to the minimalist layout & clean design.
The 2015 Blog Action Planner is a printable PDF file that includes:
- 2015 Year At A Glance
- 2015 Editorial Calendar
- Monthly Calendar (Jan 2015 – Dec 2015)
- Weekly To Do List
- Daily Post Promotion Checklist (Jan 2015 – Dec 2015)
- Monthly Blog Sponsors
- Financial Report (Jan 2015 – Dec 2015)
- Monthly Income Report
- Monthly Expense Report
- Login Information
- Blog Metrics
- Social Media Analytics
- Post Content Planner
- Blog Series Planner
- Blog Conference Notes
- Affiliate Information
- Giveaway Tracker
- Blog Maintenance
- Writing Prompts (Jan 2015 – Dec 2015)
When I say it includes EVERYTHING you’d need, that’s exactly what I mean. Also, the clean and simple design makes the Blog Action Planner very easy to navigate.
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Disclosure Statement: I received a complimentary copy of the 2015 Blog Action Planner for the purposes of this post. However, all opinions are my own. Please view my disclosure policy for more information.