If getting your blog organized is one of your goals for 2016, look no further. Our free 2016 Blog Planner is perfect for getting your blog organized and to plan your posts for the future. Everything you need is included and is customizable for your needs! You only print the pages you want/need and get to planning. Really, it is that simple. Make 2016 the best year yet for your blog by being organized!
The cover page.
This is the main part of your blog planner… the blog post titles and a checklist to make sure you have everything scheduled and posted.
This is a page to jot down your goals and mission for your blog.
Use this sheet to keep track of those pesky stats and analytics.
This sheet is for keeping track of your blog income and expenses for tax purposes.
Use this sheet as a perfect way to have your blog contacts right at your fingertips.
Who doesn’t need a space to jot down blog post ideas? All bloggers need a list of evergreen blog post ideas – this page is perfect to keep track of those ideas and what you have posted.
This is perfect for keeping track on ads you purchase on other blogs or websites.
Use this page to keep track of blog series you have planned throughout the year. There is even a spot for supplies.
If you host giveaways, this sheet is a must-have. Keep track of everything in one place!
Tired of remembering when different blog hops go live? Keep track on this cheat sheet!
Okay, how many of you have your passwords jotted down in several places? I am lucky if I can remember my phone number. Use these sheet to keep track.
This is perfect for carrying with you in your purse or bag. Use this to keep track of what you have done to promote your blog and post for the day. It also helps you to remember to finish all the “housekeeping” items that never seem to get done.
The free 2016 blog planner is formatted to fit on 8.5 x 11″ paper. It is NOT formatted to print front to back. If you want it like that, you will have to modify your printer settings prior to printing. I also recommend that you download the .PDF files to your computer prior to printing to avoid any formatting issues with Google Docs.
As always, feel free to use this for personal or classroom use. If you find any typos or other issues, please let me know!
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