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Free 2012 Printable Weekly Calendar for Bloggers

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Every year, my friend, Lynette Chandler, puts together a big blogging calendar for the entire year. It’s the best blogging calendar that I’ve seen and I’ve printed mine out to put in a binder.

See? :) This is a picture I took of last year's planning calendar.

You may not be able to tell from my poor photography skills, but there are boxes for all kinds of planning each week –

1. Your own blog posts

2. Guest blog posts

3. What you plan to send to your lists

4. Promotions

So, guess what I've got for you today? 🙂 The best part? It’s free. You don't even have to sign up for it. Just grab it and go. (Of course, if you do want to sign up to get blog ideas sent to your inbox, you can do that, too.)

Grab it here: FREE 2012 Printable Weekly Calendar

Here's a sample page that I took a screenshot of so you can see how it's laid out:

Here's that link again: FREE 2012 Printable Weekly Calendar

I hope it helps you plan for 2012!

Warmly,

Nicole Dean

PS. Speaking of blogging, be sure to check out my new course Blog CPR: Revive your Lifeless Blog with Fresh Content! I think you'll like it.

0 Comments

  • Holly Ralston-Oyler
    Reply

    This is a great blogging too. Last year I used it off and one. One of my goals for 2012 is to implement it correctly and use it 100% of the time. Thank you for letting me know it is now available.

  • Shan
    Reply

    You give really useful tips. Thanks to your recommendation, I now use RoboForm. It’s brilliant – no more worrying about passwords!

    I discovered your Online Business Marketing Success recordings on iTunes. It’s so good to know that the internet marketing ‘greats’ started where I’m starting from, and that they are willing to share their experiences, favourite tools and their mistakes.

    Thank you
    Shan

  • Laura
    Reply

    Thanks for posting the printable calendar! What a great idea to include what’s going on for the month on the top of the calendar. I actually created a very similar calendar electronically for 2011. However, I didn’t end up using it. I’ve found that I work much better by posting something right where I have to look at it when I’m trying to procrastinate!

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