With so many blog tasks to complete, it’s no wonder we waste so much time. Time on social media, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, then all of the backend stuff that goes into blogging that no one ever tells you about.
Having a blog planner can keep you on task and focused.
You’ve opened up Word, PowerPoint or Canva but you can’t make anything out of that blank screen. You’ve tried the templates or tried to look at other printables but you have no idea how to make things look pretty.
You’re not a designer, you’re not creative, but you want your creation to look good, why else would anyone want to print it?
I’ve added these PowerPoint templates so that you can get started on creating your own printables right now.
If you’re not sure how to use them, no worries, I did this Facebook live to show you how you could use watercolor flowers to beautify your printables.
The templates have the same layout as the planner, you have the freedom to change the layouts if you like or add in your own clip art. It just makes getting started super easy.
Why create printables in the first place? You can use them as an email opt-in to grow your email list.
Stop what you’re doing right now, you know email is important, stop worrying about Facebook or Instagram when you know email is the best way to connect with your audience.
When you have loyal readers who love being on your email list, you can email them about your new post or affiliate offer and send them back to your site week after week.
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