As someone who thrives on organization, I knew I needed a comprehensive business planner when I started my Teachers Pay Teachers business. And while there are a few on the market, not one of them worked for me. So I began creating planning pages and testing how well they worked nearly two years ago. After much testing and revising, I’m thrilled to say that the complete business planner for bloggers and TPT sellers is finally finished! Hopefully you will find it as invaluable as I have.
This business planner for bloggers and sellers contains all of the pages that I use on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis in my TPT business. Your purchase includes 16 PDF files – each file represents a different set of pages from the planner. Each type of page has been saved as its own file so that you can pick and choose which pages work best for you.
The bulk of the pages feature black and gray designs with pops of rainbow watercolor dots on the corners and edges. Just enough color to make the pages pretty without draining your color ink cartridge!
This is a perpetual planner and is not editable. The pages were designed so that they are not year specific and can be reused year after year. So, make one purchase and you’re done!
Many of the pages include labels for specific sections. (For example, on the blog planning pages, I’ve included check boxes for posting to social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.) Because not everyone uses the same terminology, social media platforms, etc., I’ve also included template pages without labels. This way, you can write in your own labels for your specific brand or process.
Product Note Pages.
Several pages of notes detailing the pages included and how to use them.
1. Blog Planning File.
This file contains two separate types of pages: those for listing blog post ideas as they come to you and those for planning the details of your posts. There are four sets of idea pages and six sets of planning pages. (20 pages in all.)
2. Collaboration File.
Use these pages when planning projects with others. (10 pages in all.)
This file includes two covers and two pages to complete with your contact information in case your planner is misplaced. (4 pages in all.)
4. Dividers File.
This file includes a divider for each section of the planner. Two versions are included of each. (28 pages total.)
5. Giveaway and Donations File.
These pages will help you keep track of your contributions towards giveaways and other donations you make throughout the year. Perfect for helping you plan for tax deductions. Two versions included. (4 pages total.)
6. Monthly Calendar File (Horizontal).
Blank horizontal calendar pages that you can reuse year after year. I use these sheets to provide an overview of my month and keep a separate set on my refrigerator for personal tasks such as meal planning. (12 pages total.)
7. Monthly Calendar File (Vertical).
Blank vertical calendar pages that you can reuse every year. Each month is printed on a two page spread. (24 pages total.)
8. Monthly Planning File.
I created these pages so that I could keep specific planning notes on various parts of my business. It’s where I list a monthly goal and create an outline of what I plan to accomplish each month. There are several versions included:
- Two page spread with labels (two versions)
- Two page spread without labels (two versions)
- List of holidays by month (two versions)
- Two page spread with weekly columns and labels
- Two page spread with weekly columns without
(64 pages total.)
9. Note Pages File.
Pages to keep notes for specific categories and others without labels. (8 pages total.)
10. Product Planning File.
This file contains two separate types of pages: those for listing product ideas and those for planning the details of your resources. There are four sets of idea pages and five sets of planning pages. (18 pages in all.)
11. Promotions File.
Used to keep track of promotions you run on Teachers Pay Teachers. Keep data on followers before and after, how you’ve paid for each spot, the days of the week that are more successful than others, and more. Two versions included. (4 pages total.)
12. Sales File.
Keep track of sales that you throw individually and how your store performs during sitewide sales. Two versions included. (4 pages total.)
13. Statistics File.
Keep track of weekly or monthly stats - several pages included:
- Weekly TPT stats (with and without labels)
- Monthly TPT stats (with and without labels)
- Weekly social media stats (with and without labels)
- Monthly social media stats (with and without labels)
- Weekly blog/website stats (with and without labels)
- Monthly blog/website stats (with and without labels)
- Weekly sales stats
- Monthly gross sales stats
- Monthly net sales stats
- Monthly number of sales stats
- Monthly sales stats without labels
(50 pages total.)
14. Taxes File.
Keep track of expenses throughout the year for single and recurring expenses. Also includes forms for tracking expenses by type such as travel, food, graphics, and more. (18 pages total.
15. Weekly Calendar File.
Two-page spread to plan by week. Three versions included. (6 pages total.)
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