- Diary: 116 pages
- Publisher: Hot Button Press, LLC; 1 edition (December 9, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0988780070
- ISBN-13: 978-0988780071
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.3 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 85 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,313 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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EPIC BLOG: One-Year Editorial Planner Diary – December 9, 2014
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If you're an advanced blogger who a) contributes to/manages multiple blogs, b) blogs everyday, and/or c) need more week-by-week head space for your creative thoughts, this planner isn't for you. There are not enough post spaces in the table to plan for a post every day per month.
However, if you need to buckle down and get organized, this planner is for you. If you're just started out, this planner is for you. This planner is for the newer bloggers/bloggers who lack great organization and need that extra push in the right direction into organizing. I think my cousin would have benefited from this more than I did, if only because I wound up not using many of the workbook pages (branding, audience, etc.), but I know my cousin would have.
EPIC BLOG gives you the basic necessities you need to get started on your blog goals. It helps you get into a routine of keeping track of your income and expenses, traffic and social media, and where you are at with your goals. It's rather reasonable, I think, it simply wasn't for me.
I received it 10th February, 2015 and have been using it since, though I don't use it much these days beyond a simple brainstorm helper/session thing. I'm highly considering purchasing it for my cousin for next year, though, because again, it greatly assists with organizing and getting on a schedule.
Overall, it's rather durable... I purchased "Wreck This Journal", so books with seemingly nice covers that can also be written in are much too tempting to play with... and it works well for a drink coaster, can handle food getting dropped on it (heh), etc. In other words, the pages don't rip easily, and it won't fall apart if you drop it.
This planner also helps me to track my progress every month and record growth, so I can easily compare months in terms of audience growth, and see what is working and what is not so that I can tweak it going forward.
The really great thing about this planner is that, although it works great for me as a beginner, it would also work well for established bloggers too. They may not have so great a need for the worksheets or tutorial pages, but all bloggers need an editorial calendar, and the monthly tracking pages can be a useful at-a-glance tool in addition to more advanced tracking techniques being used.
Overall, this is a great planner, and I highly recommend it to bloggers looking for a way to plan their blog posts. There are lots of online tools for doing this, and you can do something as simple as make a spreadsheet, but this is a beautiful book, and sometimes it is just more satisfying to put pen to paper and have this sort of tactile/visual resource. Being able to sit and write something by hand is actually part of my motivation to use it to plan my blog posts!