A Tale of Two Blogs
My first blog bombed. I wrote there for several years and it never really took off. I felt like I was blogging on a treadmill – working hard but not getting anywhere.
My next blog, InspiredToAction.com, grew to over 20,000 subscribers in just under 3 years. What was the difference?
Read on or scroll down to “The Difference” to find out…
What Is The Blog Planning Kit?
This isn’t just a way to get your blog organized. It’s an entire system that will connect your blog dreams with your blog activities TODAY.
The Blog Planning Kit walks you through establishing where you want to go, how you want to get there, and what activities you can do today to get you on the right track.
Customer review: “As a strong “P” according to the Myers Briggs personality types, I have never been a list-maker. But I am loving the motivational boost the organizational tools of the Blog Planning Kit have given me by helping me focus on a to-do list while keeping me looking ahead to the big projects. I feel more productive and less overwhelmed!” – Haley Stewart
The kit also includes useful forms to keep track of post ideas, finances, and stats. And all these forms are completely editable, meaning you can type in your content and print it out neatly. No more messy handwriting! (Of course you can also print them out and handwrite them. Lucky you.)
- 12 professionally designed AND EDITABLE* forms including:
- Lifetime Goals Planning Page
- Short Term Goals Planning Page
- Simple Project Planner
- Full Page Project Planner
- Yearly Overview
- Target Audience Worksheet
- Monthly Overview
- Weekly Blog Planner
- Daily Action Planner
- Blog Post Idea Tracker
- Blog Stats Tracker
- Financial Tracker
- A complete ebook that will take you through the entire system.
- A video tutorial showing exactly how I use the forms in my day to day blogging.
*Editable means that you can type your content directly into any of the forms.
All content is packaged in a single downloadable PDF form so that you can print and bind your planner however you like. I include several printing and binding options in the ebook.
Are you ready to take your blog to the next level?
Customer review: “As a newer blogger I have often felt overwhelmed with what steps to take next. The kit has helped me find focus, determine goals, and given me direction to move forward. Thank you for walking us through the planner in the video!” – Lindsay
As I mentioned earlier, my blog, InspiredToAction.com, grew to over 20,000 subscribers in just under 3 years. It’s not overnight growth, but this steady, sustainable growth fit in perfectly with my role as a mother of three.
If I had to pick the single biggest factor in the success of ITA, I’d say that it was the fact that I had a specific plan. I knew who I was writing to, what I was writing and what I had to offer to them.
Customer review: “As someone who’s blogged for several years, I often feel like I’m throwing spaghetti against the wall – just to see which strategies stick. With the Blog Planning Kit, the tangible goals my blog can meet (and actionable ways to get there!) are clearer than ever. If you’re ready to take your blog management seriously, stop reading this testimonial right now and get your hands on a copy of the Blog Planning Kit!”
- Victoria Wilson
I’ve worked hard to add as much value as possible to this kit. I’ve used it and I’ve coached other bloggers who are using it and seeing results. I’m confident that it has everything you need to create a solid plan for your blog.
But I won’t just tell you that I think it’s effective. I guarantee it. If this system doesn’t work for you, just send me an email and I’ll send you your money back right away.
You can’t lose. You’re just a few bucks away from a no risk massive jump start for your blog.
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Customer review: “Finally, a beautifully designed Blog Planning Kit created the way I’d do it if I had the time. I just love the professional look but more importantly how it easily fit into my style for tracking the stuff I need to track without getting to bogged down. To customize it a bit for my work style, I printed it on 8 1/2 x 5.25 (half sheets) so it fits in my planner book. My next step just might be printing more and spiral binding it.
Thanks, Kat, this is just what I was looking for.”
Susan Hand, The Savvy Solopreneur