It’s time to dive into the true organization of your blog planning. You’ll find out quickly that keeping track of everything that needs to be done when running a blog can be overwhelming.
I’ve used a variety of blog scheduling tools both paid and free, so I feel confident in telling you that Google Apps truly provides the best free blog scheduling tools.
In this post, I’ll tell you about my two favorite free blog scheduling tools, why I love them, and how you can use them, too.
Free Blog Scheduling Tool #1 – Google Calendar
With Calendar, I can create more calendars than I would ever use…all free!
Google allows me to share my calendar with collaborators and readers. For example, I could create a View Only calendar to share a timeline of a project or series with my blog readers.
Or, if I have someone working together with me on my blog, I can share a calendar with them and let them add, delete, edit events and tasks.
Watch this video, Using Google Calendar for Your Blog, to see how you can benefit from this amazing app!
Free Blog Scheduling Tool #2 – Google Tasks
Google Tasks helps keep simple lists and tasks organized. It integrates perfectly within Calendar. Plus, like calendar events, you can color code tasks in order to more easily find and follow all the jobs that need to be completed.
Here’s a comprehensive video for you on how to use Google Tasks for your blog or business:
You can see how Calendar and Tasks will keep you on track. While there’s a learning curve for the millions of options within these programs, it really doesn’t take long to get the basics and begin putting them to use for yourself.
Comment below and let me know how you plan to use Calendar and Tasks – to schedule blog posts, to keep track of to-do lists, to manage appointments, or something else?
P.S. If you haven’t started a blog yet but want to, sign up in the form below for my Free 7 day email course, You’re Not too Old to Start a Blog and Live Your Dream.
It’ll teach you all the tech and steps you need to get through to get your blog up and running all with clear direction and my support along the way (as much or as little help for me as you want/need).
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