Get Yourself A Free Blogging Binder

Wishing you a happy and fulfilling August. If you’re a regular blogger (we encourage you to blog at least twice a week), do consider joining our Write Tribe Pro Blogger Challenge and our weekly blog hops – #MondayMusings and #100Words on Saturday.

One of the biggest challenges we face as bloggers is how to organize our daily life and work in an efficient manner. From planning an editorial calendar, to compiling pitch emails and more, the task of simplifying your day, week or month can be a daunting one. But getting a grasp on this organization can sometimes be the key to your success. Sometimes all it takes is a little motivation, and the right tools to get you going. One of the easiest ways to streamline and organize is with a good blogging binder.

Between scheduling sponsored posts, mapping out your month, and keeping track of opportunities, formulating a concise plan for productivity can be difficult. With the Blogging Binder, the ways in which you can expedite your work day are endless. Using a printable calendar might allow you to map out your projects more concisely. Downloadable checklists can provide easy list making and the ability to prioritize. And much more, from publicity worksheets, to inspirational tips.

No matter which tool benefits you most, this binder is your comprehensive guide to everything you need to start your journey. More importantly, it will give you some direction, and maybe even some inspiration.

And while we cannot guarantee it will make anything easier (you still have to be passionate about what you do!), the binder can lead to you having a more streamlined, and focused approach. The more organized you are, the more that professionalism is reflected in your work, and your success. And that is one trait that will certainly not go unnoticed. Get your free Blogging Binder here today!

 

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#100WordsonSaturday 1 August 2015

How does this work?

  • You write a 100 words in response to our prompt/or on any subject and post it on your blog. Remember to include a link back to this post.
  • Then add the link to our linky below.
  • Visit and comment on at least two or as many linked posts as you can.
  • The linky will stay open until the following Friday.
  • You can grab the 100 Words on Saturday badge here.

Today’s prompt: Use this start to continue a story (you needn’t include the exact words – but use them as a base): I noticed the old man sitting on a park bench sobbing his eyes out….

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