How to Organise Your Blog Content

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Organise your blog content and win back time!

No one talks about what to do when you have hundreds of articles, thousands of photos and blog videos aplenty. Bloggers waste hours trying to find stuff and file my content. l certainly did.

Until I got organised at last.

This course that will show you how to keep track of all your blog articles, photos, images, videos, affiliate assets, and more!

It includes all the templates you need to set up systems for your blog to help you keep track of your work. Stay organised, save time and lower your stress levels.

Keeping track of your content is important because you can more easily repurpose and reuse content if you know how to put your hands on it. Plus, it will make you feel like an organised blogging rockstar!

This fully-online, self-paced course includes:
Step One: Understand Your Assets

You have more than you think! Here's how to sort out what digital assets you have.

Step Two: Your Digital Filing System
How to create a digital filing system that works.

Step Three: Make a Blog Content Log
Getting to grips with blog content - articles and images.

Step Four: Make a Video Log
What to do with Facebook live videos, YouTube content and all those other videos you make.

Step Five: Your Partner Assets
How to organise your guest posts on other people's sites, advertiser assets and affiliate content to make the most of your relationships with partners.

Step Six: Your Email Assets
What do you do with all the emails you write to your list? We look at tips for keeping all that organised so your emails can be reused.

Step Seven: Keeping it Going
How to make all this work for you, forever.


The small print

Buying the course does not guarantee results: doing the work will certainly help but I make no promises as to the results you will get in your personal situation.

You buy a single-user licence: in other words, please don't share the course materials.

We're a UK company and are governed by UK law.

All the ebooks, templates, checklists and bundles are digital files.

I'm unable to provide technical help, due to the variation between different IT systems.

Training courses are provided via the Teachery platform. You will get an email with your login details. If you do not receive them, please get in touch and let me know - I will make sure you have access to the course materials.

Here are some instructions that may help you access the ebook and template files if you are having trouble.

Are you trying to download on a mobile device like a phone or iPad? Most mobile devices will not let you open a .zip file, or download via a link. Please try to access the files via a desktop/laptop computer.

How to unzip a .zip file:
Zip files are compressed files, so they take up less space when they are being saved and transfered. In order to access the templates inside, you need to unzip the file.
On a laptop or desktop computer:
  • Save the file to your computer.
  • Right click
  • Choose 'Extract all'
  • Select a destination for your files (Browse to where you want them to be saved)
  • Click Extract
  • Navigate to where you saved the files to open them.

If you want to access the files on your mobile device, you can add them to iCloud or Dropbox so they are shared across your devices.

How to read a PDF file:

Your computer may already have Adobe Reader installed on it (most do). On an iPad, you can open a PDF file in iBooks.

If you don't have software on your device that can read a PDF file, pleaase install one. Adobe Reader is the most common software (it's free).

Download it here.

How to find your files:

This has happened to me multiple times: I download something and then can't find it on my computer! Check the Downloads folder (under My Computer). Or use Explorer to search for the name of the file you just downloaded. Sometimes you can also see the file in your browser download history.

Read the terms and licensing related to how you can use the templates and files.

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