Blog Tracking Printable

My family and I just traveled by car across the country to start a new chapter of our lives.  We moved into the cutest rental home this past Sunday as the hubs will be pursuing a phd.  So, while we are settling in and attempting to find everything in the piles of boxes, I have some amazing ladies filling in for me.  Today, Tan from Squirrelly Minds is popping in to share an amazing blog tracking printable!  I met Tan at Alt Summit in 2013 and I fell in love with her warm personality.  It’s just extra bonus that she’s crazy creative, too!

Hey everyone! I’m Tan from Squirrelly Minds, and I’m so excited to be here with you while Amy deals with all the FUN times of moving and unpacking (please note my sarcasm, that poor girl). Today, I wanted to offer fellow bloggers out there a special treat in the form of a printable to help keep you on track every month, cause let’s face it, we need any help we can get when it comes to keeping track of logistics (makers wanna make!).
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I had a blog planner last year and found it helpful for keeping track of monthly stats. It only took me half a year to realize I hadn’t kept up with that good habit and decided to make my own mini version for me and you today. This printable focuses on income, top performing posts, and social media follows that allows you to see a snapshot and keep track of how your blog is performing each month.
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Sure, you could easily keep a text file on your computer, but if you’re anything like me, you need to have something you can write on and hold. Are any of you kinesthetic like me in that way?
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Each page contains two sheets, so for a full year’s worth you only need to print off 6 pages. You can either bind them into a little notebook or attach them to a mini clipboard like I’ve done. Let’s face it, mini clipboards are way cute.
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To get your printable, simply click on the link below to download the PDF. Set your printer to print high quality on plain paper or cardstock and print. Cut along the grey lines and you’re good to go!
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Thanks so much for stopping by Tan!  I love keeping organized and when being organized can also be pretty, it’s like icing on the cake.
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Be sure to stop by Squirrelly Minds for more fun ideas like this.
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26 thoughts on “Blog Tracking Printable

  1. I’m absolutely going to print these out and use them! Not only are they so useful but they’re so pretty too – definitely make getting the work done easier. Thanks ladies!!

  2. Wonderful! Thank you! I need a tangible way to plan blog posts other than my little sketch book 😉 Moves are brutal… If I ever move, it would have to be out of state to make the experience worth the chaos. Many great wishes on your new adventure!

    Ursula

    1. It’s really a great printable, hope it helps you! And after all this work, I’m wondering why ANYONE would move within the same city?! This is TONS of effort, so I’m with you… it has to be out of state or I’m staying there forever. Ha!!

  3. I just came to this post through treasure box tuesdays and love it! The printables are gorgeous. I hope your move is going well and I am looking forward to browsing around your site some more 🙂

    1. Well, thanks for stopping by Lisa! We are now settling into the new home… it’s functional but not too pretty yet! =)

        1. Thanks, Lisa! I’ll admit, I’m losing steam on the “pretty” portion of the move… it’s so much effort to just pack and move (and we drove from NM to IL with a 3 and 4 yr old) so I’m just proud of myself for staying up past 10pm these days! Ha. #keepingitreal

  4. Just like you, I’m all for having something tangible to write in. Call it old school or achaic, but there something about a pen and paper that makes me feel more accomplished than a typing on a word document. With that said, this is absolutely fantastic! I’ve already saved my copy and will be using it next month to keep better track of my stats 🙂 Thanks for sharing this, Amy!

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